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Kristin Cavallari Is a Woman of Science, Won’t Vaccinate Her Kids

Kristin Cavallari and her husband, Jay Cutler, have come out as vaccine truthers aka idiots. In an interview on the Fox Business channel (via ThinkProgress) on Thursday, Cavallari said “F**k you, science!,” and told host Lisa Kennedy Montgomery that she won’t be vaccinating her second kid, yet to be birthed, and has not vaccinated her first kid for fear that it will induce autism.

When Montgomery tried to present her with facts, Cavallari told the host that she’s “read too many books about autism” and cited that 1 in 88 boys are diagnosed with autism today. Well, that settles it then. This woman has read books! Books don’t lie, bro. Then to combine that with a random statistic? Science should just give up now.

Cavallari then went to the go-to talking point that contemporary vaccines have higher levels of mercury than those in the past which makes them dangerous. A claim that has been refuted by scientists. You know, those guys in white coats who perform controlled tests and studies. Not to be confused with those guys in white coats who should probably haul her ass to a psyche ward.

She went on to say that one anti-vaccine organization whose members refuse to vaccinate their children had zero cases of autism. Naturally, this means the theory has been proven. Case closed.

So if her kids end up with measles, mumps or whooping cough, feel free to tell them it’s because their parents were legally retarded.

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Vito Alexander Pavlovic
Vito Alexander Pavlovic
6 years ago

The Supreme Court said that vaccines were “unavoidably unsafe”, what does that tell most logical thinking people, stay far, far away from vaccines. The vaccine court has paid out billions for vaccine injuries, we are the most vaccinated nation in the world and are the sickest as a result. If anything happens to your child after vaccination, the doctors say it wasn’t the vaccines. Today 1 in 50 boys has autism, 1 in 6 children have some type of chronic mental disability, and the Cutlers don’t want their children to be that statistic, they did their homework as good parents… Read more »

The Blemish
6 years ago

Oh god. Not this again. The Supreme Court has said nothing like that. Also, an unavoidably unsafe product is actually a product whose benefits outweigh the risks.

Of course doctors say it wasn’t the vaccines because, guess what, it wasn’t the vaccines.

SenorPlaid
SenorPlaid
6 years ago

“Kristin Cavallari and her husband, Jay Cutler, have come out as vaccine truthers aka idiots.”

Exactly.

shadus
shadus
6 years ago

Would be nice if she had looked up and realized the cause in the increase is the fact the diagnosis criteria for autism has expanded quite a bit since the 1980s. As an adult who was diagnosed with Asperger’s in my late 20s I find it refreshing that many more children are receiving the help they need nowadays. However denying the a child basic vaccination because of a myth is just wrong. Plus many of us are capable of living normalish lives especially the future generations that are showing such promise with the current programs( which they clearly can afford).

bobalouski
bobalouski
6 years ago

Darwinism will catch up with these Hollywood idiots like her and Jenny McCarthy. Their spawn will die out from previously eradicated childhood diseases and the planet will be rid of their kind. Too bad for the kids, though.

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