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She wants to blame something on what happened to her child, but there is not one tiny bit of real medical evidence that her child’s diagnosis has anything to do with vaccines.
She’s inventing misinformation using whatever fame she has (which is too much) as the bully pulpit to push dangerous ideas that can eventually harm children.
Editor’s note – this article was originally published in April 2014.
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– there was widespread condemnation of her hiring from scientists, journalists, and yours truly because of her loud and annoying antivaccine rhetoric. In her column of 12 April 2014, she wrote: I am not “anti-vaccine.” This is not a change in my stance nor is it a new position that I have recently adopted. Does Jenny even know what constitutes critical thinking? Instead, her vaccine opinions are constructed from a few minutes of Googling, without any indication of critical thinking skills to understand and analyze the quality of anything that shows up in a Google search.
Clearly, no one of any note supported her being hired on the View, except for websites like the Age of Pushing Nonsense To Harm Children. If you didn’t know, Jenny also had a newspaper column at the Chicago Sun-Times, where, I suppose, she could comment on anything she likes. For years, I have repeatedly stated that I am, in fact, “pro-vaccine” and for years I have been wrongly branded as “anti-vaccine.”Blatantly inaccurate blog posts about my position have been accepted as truth by the public at large as well as media outlets (legitimate and otherwise), who have taken those false stories and repeatedly turned them into headlines. What happened to asking questions because every child is different? This sounds like the ranting of any number of conspiracy pushers who say “I’ve been misunderstood,” yet when one looks into it, there’s no misunderstanding. I don’t mean to be picky, but it’s not going to take me much work to refute this “I am not anti-vaccine” claim. Because the internet really doesn’t forget anything. Mc Carthy: The University of Google is where I got my degree from. A real critical thinker (and she chose to accuse bloggers of not being critical thinkers) looks at the evidence, using it to lead to a conclusion based on the amount and quality of said evidence.