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Megyn Kelly’s Vaccine Regret

  • Megyn Kelly, on her podcast “The Megyn Kelly Show” on September 7, expressed regret over getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Despite being 52, she felt it was unnecessary for her.

“I do regret getting the vaccine — even though I’m a 52-year-old woman — because I don’t think I needed it,” she explained. “I think I would’ve been fine.”

Possible Link to Autoimmune Disorder

  • After vaccination, Kelly believed she developed an autoimmune disorder. She recounted contracting COVID multiple times prior to vaccination. However, post-vaccination, she tested positive for an autoimmune issue.
  • Consulting with her rheumatologist, she questioned if there was a connection between the vaccine booster, contracting COVID shortly after, and her autoimmune diagnosis.

“I asked her [rheumatologist], ‘Do you think this could have to do with the fact that I got the damn booster and then got COVID within three weeks?’” Kelly recalled. “And she said, ‘Yes.’ I wasn’t the only one she’d seen with it.”

  • The doctor affirmed seeing other similar cases.

Claims on Vaccine Side Effects in Children

  • Kelly has voiced concerns about the vaccine’s impact on children. In October 2022, she tweeted allegations that the COVID vaccine caused myocarditis, leading to deaths among children.
  • She warned parents to be cautious, especially with teenage boys, hinting at the vaccine’s potential dangers.
  • Earlier, Kelly had shared with Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report that she once viewed the vaccine as a “miracle.” However, she later expressed dissatisfaction with what she perceived as hidden information about the vaccine’s risks compared to its benefits.


  1. The world has gotten awfully cruel. It’s obvious that some people shouldn’t get vaccinations for covid for different medical reasons. However, these folks may, through no fault of their own, be singled out to lose their job, be refused an organ transplant, or just be generally CANCELED. Ain’t life grand?

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