A rheumatologist told Kelly the mNRA booster was to blame and that she wasn’t the only one.
Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly was having an annual medical check up when she tested positive for ‘an autoimmune issue’ for the first time.
When she asked the ‘best rheumatologist in New York’ if the diagnosis was related to the COVID mRNA booster three weeks before testing positive for COVID the reply was, ‘yes, yes’. According to Kelly the rheumatologist said that she was ‘not the only one she’d seen that with.’
‘I regret getting the vaccine even though I’m a 52-year-old woman because I don’t think I needed it,’ said Kelly.
Kelly, whose sister died ‘suddenly and unexpectedly’ of a heart attack last year at age 58 recently announced that she will interview former President Donald Trump next week on her popular YouTube channel.
Former professor of evolutionary biology Bret Weinstein explained how the mRNA platform leads to risk of autoimmune disease. While the Spike Protein was a problem, the more fundamental issue was ‘there was no targetting’ of the mRNA, ‘which means they can land on any cell.’
‘Every time you attempt to vaccinate somebody with that technology [ie. mRNA], you are inviting an autoimmune attack on the tissue that happens to pick up the nano particle.’
Megyn Kelly talks about regretting getting the Covid vaccine after developing an auto immune disease after getting the jabs. pic.twitter.com/SO96yBc26X
— Erin Elizabeth Health Nut News 🙌 (@unhealthytruth) September 7, 2023
If you’re wondering why the mRNA shots cause autoimmune disease as described by Megyn Kelly, here’s my recent exchange with @michaelshermer
Also “myocarditis” is inflammation of the heart. The mechanism linking it to mRNA shots is likely the same autoimmune attack on heart cells https://t.co/r69XbEwUGi
— Bret Weinstein (@BretWeinstein) September 7, 2023