Destabilizing the Jenny McCarthy Public Health Industrial Complex

There are 20 comments on the Jul 11, 2013, The Atlantic story titled Destabilizing the Jenny McCarthy Public Health Industrial Complex. In it, The Atlantic reports that:

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Since: Jan 07

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#1 Jul 11, 2013
McCarthy is going to realize her being an anti vaxxer is a mistake, just like being an Indigo was. Everyone must remember that? Long before her claim about vaccines, she was an Indigo and her child was a 'gifted crystal child'. When everyone thought she was a nut, all her web sites and endorsements disappeared.

Once she realizes how her warped views affects her employment, she'll drop out of the anti vaxxer scene just as she did the Indigo scene.
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#2 Jul 13, 2013
Jenny is a very beautifull woman and very intelligent with a very big heart. She was never against vaccines just precaution as vaccines are causing major neurological diseases in children specially with adjuvants so strong to send immune system in havoc....resulting in all sorts of unknown and previously non existent diseases

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#3 Jul 13, 2013
Her appearance and heart have nothing to do with anything. Obviously you missed what she said on Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live, The Time interview, Frontline along with in 2008 her being awarded The James Randi Educational Foundation's Pigasus Award and Salon and USA Today, as well as in early 2013, the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation dropped their plans to have McCarthy headline their "Bust a Move" charity fundraiser because of criticisms and controversies that surround her and her claims.
The same will happen with The View, unless McCarthy ends her endorsements with anti vaxxers and Wakefield.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#4 Jul 13, 2013
If Brossard Ray’s definition of “very intelligent” is McCarthy, then I dread to think what his definition of normal intelligence would be. Her medical science qualifications are non-existent. I don’t think they award academic qualifications for nude modelling.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#5 Jul 13, 2013
friend wrote:
McCarthy is going to realize her being an anti vaxxer is a mistake, just like being an Indigo was. Everyone must remember that? Long before her claim about vaccines, she was an Indigo and her child was a 'gifted crystal child'. When everyone thought she was a nut, all her web sites and endorsements disappeared.
Once she realizes how her warped views affects her employment, she'll drop out of the anti vaxxer scene just as she did the Indigo scene.
thing is, she used her son in many ways to advance her career.
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http://graneyandthepig.wordpress.com/2010/02/... McCarthy had claimed (despite all evidence to the contrary) that childhood vaccines had caused her young son’s autism.
......Now in a stunning article in Time magazine, it’s revealed that McCarthy’s son NEVER had autism in the first place. It turns out the boy had been misdiagnosed and really has a rare neurological disorder.
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http://hollywoodlife.com/2010/02/26/jenny-mcc... And she is also reversing her initial position that the MMR shots caused Evan’s autism. Jenny now says she wants vaccinations better researched — rather than getting rid of them altogether, as she previously promoted.
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thing is, she owes every parent who either is on the spectrum and or has offspring on the autism spectrum a apology for what she said in the past about autism.
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but since she has NO sense of honour to her, I wont be waiting for her to apologize.

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#6 Jul 13, 2013
That's right, she has used her child not only to advance her career, but also to profit from it. Make no mistake, every thing she endorses, she is paid. And her son, in her own words, was diagnosed with epilepsy but she could hardly make money off of that. She went right over to Dr. Sears who, within a mere unheard of 20 minutes, gave her child an autism diagnosis. In her own words, her sons first seizure happened prior to the MMR vaccine and not near the time of any vaccine; that first seizure he stopped breathing and was deprived of oxygen. And let's not forget, that intelligent McCarthy admitted she ingested her own child's seizure medication, to see what it was like.
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#7 Jul 14, 2013
She is not a doctor...but on her appearances on CNN and other media, she was accompanied by doctors who also claimed that vaccines are causing neurological diseases in a great number of children. She didnt invent that. Now you ugly rats, with the same goal of pushing unsafe vaccines which rates have dropped cannt beat her, you know why? Because you are not successfull.

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#9 Jul 14, 2013
So, in the USA vaccines rates have not dropped and that untrue claim just goes against what you claim McCarthy stands for! And the claim about who is vaccine pushers, no one here has yet to push anything but valid science, not vaccines.
Oh, and thanks for making it obvious appearance is what fuels you to support a quack. All of your name calling and belittling another still doesn't change the facts about McCarthy.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Jul 14, 2013
Ray wrote:
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You are so ugly. I understand your rant and hatred toward Jenny. She is pretty you are not....you want to be her...too bad may be in the next life
you are SOOOOO clueless. you don't know jack stuff about me. beyond what I let folks know about my life.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#11 Jul 14, 2013
Whenever the Canadian anti-vaxxers can't provide real evidence to support their claims, they always resort to insults. I just regard it as evidence that we have won the argument, and that they are just ignorant.
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#14 Jul 15, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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you are SOOOOO clueless. you don't know jack stuff about me. beyond what I let folks know about my life.
I could just imagine you in elementary school: Teacher Teacher...Jenny is beautifull, smart, its not fair its not fair...
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#15 Jul 15, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Whenever the Canadian anti-vaxxers can't provide real evidence to support their claims, they always resort to insults. I just regard it as evidence that we have won the argument, and that they are just ignorant.
Whats your motivation for pushing unsafe vaccines, english drunk...your daily rants...who invited you here...go back queen worshipper

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#16 Jul 15, 2013
Mae no mistake that pointing out the facts of McCarthy having no evidence to bac up her claims (just as Brossard, Canada has no evidence) is not the same as pushing vaccines. No has yet said get vaccinated. Hello.
Most people don't base science on beauty. It seems to explain much with what motivates anti vaxxers.
ric99

Market Rasen, UK

#18 Jul 15, 2013
Winnipeg dummy, Brossard Ray and Jenny McCarthy must all be members of the "We don't believe in Scientific Evidence Society". The trouble is that they don't even know the meaning of the word science.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#19 Jul 15, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Winnipeg dummy, Brossard Ray and Jenny McCarthy must all be members of the "We don't believe in Scientific Evidence Society". The trouble is that they don't even know the meaning of the word science.
they are the type NOT to accept the fact that autism is genetic. and has been popping up for thousands of years.
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they can not accept that having a child with it is NOT the end of the world. that it actually is a good thing. especially if the child has the parent's form of autism, like the high functioning form of it.
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and ray can not accept the fact that I am 52 years old. must think I'm it's age of 15.
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#20 Jul 15, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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they are the type NOT to accept the fact that autism is genetic. and has been popping up for thousands of years.
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they can not accept that having a child with it is NOT the end of the world. that it actually is a good thing. especially if the child has the parent's form of autism, like the high functioning form of it.
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and ray can not accept the fact that I am 52 years old. must think I'm it's age of 15.
You are an imbecile in pure form of it worse for someone so aged. Autism is a good thing. Try telling that to the parents who have placed their kids in the government centers. You are lowest form of life for saying and thinking that autism is a blessing. It is not genetic it never was. After billions spents in genetic research no clue no understanding of how autism happens and why and where is the biological process. The only thing holding solid is kids regression and losing life abilities after vaccination. So take off your thick ugly glasses may be you see the world with a better vision.
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#21 Jul 15, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Winnipeg dummy, Brossard Ray and Jenny McCarthy must all be members of the "We don't believe in Scientific Evidence Society". The trouble is that they don't even know the meaning of the word science.
Trying saying what you write in your funny accent..LOL

drink up hooligan, thats the only thing you good for...a toilet bowl
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#23 Jul 15, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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they are the type NOT to accept the fact that autism is genetic. and has been popping up for thousands of years.
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they can not accept that having a child with it is NOT the end of the world. that it actually is a good thing. especially if the child has the parent's form of autism, like the high functioning form of it.
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and ray can not accept the fact that I am 52 years old. must think I'm it's age of 15.
Is that your real name...since here its name of wild pig...dont worry people like that meat here

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#24 Jul 15, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Winnipeg dummy, Brossard Ray and Jenny McCarthy must all be members of the "We don't believe in Scientific Evidence Society". The trouble is that they don't even know the meaning of the word science.
looks like ray can not accept the fact that I come from a long line of folks with High Functioning Autism. that I also have it. meaning I have personal experience being on the ASD. as well as my daughter been born with it too. and it assumes that I do not do any research. it also assumes that I do not talk to medical personnel.
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/04/... The new research shows that children with autism have -- in addition to these rare events -- an excess of duplicated DNA including more common variants not exclusively found in children with autism, but are found at elevated levels compared to typically developing children.
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http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/healt... Scientists have identified a genetic pattern common to people with autism that is linked to the way messages are sent in the brain.
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http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/2632... A collaborative formed by Autism Speaks, the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, has found full genome sequencing examining the entire DNA code of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their family members to provide the definitive look at the wide ranging genetic variations associated with ASD.
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http://www.peds.ufl.edu/divisions/genetics/pr... The prevailing theory for autism is that it is a polygenic or multi-factorial genetic disorder.

Since: Jan 07

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#26 Jul 15, 2013
Same old boring anti vaxxer predictable replies. Instead of evidence to back up his claims, he resorts to attacking others in a vulgar manner. He still cannot change the facts even with his attacks, one day that may sink in.

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