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Megyn Kelly’s Vaccine Regret: A Personal Journey Amidst Public Health Debates


Megyn Kelly, the well-known journalist and podcast host, recently made waves by expressing her regret over getting the COVID-19 vaccine and booster shot. At age 52, Kelly has never held back her thoughts on the vaccine, especially concerning mandates for children. However, her personal decision to get vaccinated took an unexpected turn after a recent health revelation.

Kelly shared that a regular health check-up indicated the presence of an autoimmune issue, which she couldn’t help but link to her recent COVID vaccination and booster. Discussing her health concern, she commented, “I think I would have been fine. I’ve gotten COVID many times and it was well past when the vaccine was doing what it was supposed to be doing.” After seeking advice from a top rheumatologist in New York, Kelly felt more convinced about the possible connection between her autoimmune flare-up and the vaccine booster.

The question of vaccine safety, especially for children, isn’t new territory for Kelly. She has previously taken to social media to express her concerns, especially highlighting issues like myocarditis in young vaccine recipients. Kelly’s strong-worded tweet last year cautioned parents, emphasizing the need for transparency and genuine concern for children’s health. She notably critiqued the CDC for its recommendations, urging parents to be vigilant.

While the former Fox News host had initially viewed the vaccine in a positive light, government actions and concerns about potential health implications gradually made her wary. Expressing her skepticism, Kelly questioned, “Why is it being buried? Why can’t we talk about it?”

She further emphasized the need for a transparent and open conversation, saying, “You can’t trust the American health services; they have only one mission, which is to push their vaccines on us.”

On the national front, the conversation on vaccines and boosters continues. President Joe Biden recently indicated the potential need for a newer vaccine, suggesting that everyone might be encouraged to get it irrespective of their previous vaccinations.

As the narrative around the COVID vaccine unfolds, stories like Megyn Kelly’s highlight the importance of personal health decisions while underscoring the broader conversation about governmental roles in public health.

Alexandra Russel
Alexandra Russel
Highly respected journalist and political commentator with over a decade of experience in the industry. Alex was born and raised in Florida, where she developed a passion for writing at a young age, leading her to pursue a degree in journalism from the University of Florida. After graduation, she worked as a political reporter for several local and national publications before being appointed as the chief editor at Conservative Fix.

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