Megyn Kelly regrets receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, stating on Wednesday’s episode of her talk program that she would have been better off without it.
Kelly told her guest, writer David Zweig, that she was pleased her children hadn’t been vaccinated amid the intense pressure to do so during the pandemic.
“I thank God I didn’t stick them with that vaccine,” she said. “I’m sorry I did to myself. … I regret getting the vaccine.”
“I don’t think I needed it,” Kelly said. “I think I would have been fine. I’d got COVID many times, and I — it was well past when the vaccine was doing what it was supposed to be doing.”
However, there is an additional, more important cause for her change of heart.
She said that after being immunized and receiving a booster shot, followed by contracting COVID, Kelly began experiencing an autoimmune disorder.
“And then, for the first time, I tested positive for an autoimmune issue at my annual physical,” she told Zweig. “And I went to the best rheumatologist in New York, and I asked her, ‘Do you think this could have to do with the fact that I got the damn booster and then got COVID within three weeks?’
“And she said yes. Yes. I wasn’t the only one she’d seen that with.”
Kelly was dismissive of COVID vaccine concerns two years ago.
“Am getting the [Johnson & Johnson] vaccine this wknd,” she said in a social media post on April 28, 2021. “Have zero qualms bc have spent a life immersed in a media obsessed with fear mongering that is often irresponsible and untrue. Do what your doctor tells you to do and ignore everyone else.”
Was just chatting w a friend in Mississippi. When the J&J pause happened (he’d gotten J&J), people were worried for him, multiple vaccine skeptics in his life said “told you so” and his recently converted sister reversed course and decided not to get vaxxed. Take a bow, FDA!
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) April 28, 2021
Now, at the age of 52, this formerly healthy and well-known media figure believes she may have irreparably altered her future by placing her trust in authority figures who are motivated solely by power and avarice.
She is certainly not alone. Currently, many Americans share the same misgivings.
Last year, Kelly announced that her 58-year-old sister Suzanne Crossley, who she described as being in “very good health,” had perished suddenly of a heart attack.
Megyn Kelly and her family have endured a tremendously tragic burden.
She has now come forward to share her story and her regrets, serving as a beacon of light to warn others about the potential perils of unquestioning obedience to so-called experts.