Jenny McCarthy Responds To Report She Claimed Son Never Had Autism

Sat, January 4, 2014 11:16am EST by 73 Comments
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mabei

Posted at 2:33 AM on November 2, 2014  

Her son has epilepsy can we not allow her to express her thought without attacking her?

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mabei

Posted at 2:32 AM on November 2, 2014  

Let me add, if her son is autistic let he woman SPEAK.

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Posted at 11:13 PM on April 17, 2014  

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Fur dude

Posted at 3:03 PM on January 14, 2014  

Why can’t she just deal with the fact that her child is not perfect, unlike everything elese in her life. She has made such a big deal out of this, deal with it, and be a real Mom. Quit blaming everyone else. Stuff happens to celebrities too….you are no exception. Who is the farther of this boy? Move on Jenny!!!

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Jonah

Posted at 1:09 AM on January 7, 2014  

Vaccines do not cause autism. Jenny McCarthy should be in jail and not on the View.

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LFA

Posted at 4:26 AM on January 7, 2014  

Hear, hear.

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salem

Posted at 8:17 PM on January 25, 2014  

it is a liar and uses gets of walhberg to made her ad.
she has no talent she’s quite redone and not naturally beautiful

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Girl

Posted at 11:12 AM on January 28, 2014  

You’re right. Vaccines don’t cause autism – the mercury content in the vaccines are a neurotoxin which causes autism.

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Matthew

Posted at 6:55 PM on January 28, 2014  

Denmark has never had mercury in their vaccines, and their autism rate is the same as ours–how do you explain that? Their autism rate has increased at the same rate as ours–why? Are you aware that the neural structures that lead to autism are in the embryo before birth? Go ahead, ask me for my sources. :)

Scientists working on autism models based on ACTUAL science are making headway. Mike Merzenich has successfully created and reversed the condition in rats in 2003, and has been working on a therapy based on the acoustic model. Why isn’t such a breakthrough in the news? Because the news is full of Jenny McCarthy’s baseless blather, and you’re eating it up.

 
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Suman

Posted at 12:06 AM on April 9, 2014  

Do you have at least a BS in biology? If you don’t then shut up

 
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Greg

Posted at 9:21 PM on January 6, 2014  

Science has proven her wrong. End of conversation.

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mssoonermagic

Posted at 10:22 PM on January 6, 2014  

No they haven’t. The govt. pays millions every year in vaccine injury.

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ataribaby

Posted at 10:46 PM on January 6, 2014  

Litigation is not science. I’m thinking you don’t know what you’re talking about, but a very, very small percentage of people do get harmed by vaccines. That is an established government service that pays all attorney fees regardless of outcome, and the suits include illness that may be caused by rare vaccination shortages. And sometimes it makes more sense to settle than fight. The number of people injured by vaccination in infinitesimal in many ways, especially compared the the lives saved and sickness prevented.

 
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Julienne

Posted at 3:17 PM on January 6, 2014  

Could you bee any more sycophantic over her? My goodness – I doubt that Time misrepresented what she said but the point is moot anyway. I don’t find her despicable because her son has autism – no, I understand that one as my husband is an Aspy and I teach children with varying degrees of autism. However, she claimed her son was ‘vaccine-injured’ and let the charge to claim vaccines caused autism. Something that has been clearly refuted but we are already seeing the results of this bull. We have children with whooping cough, hepatitis, measles and so many other diseases that had been essentially eradicated before this nonsense. Why anyone listens to anything she says is beyond me!

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ataribaby

Posted at 2:19 PM on January 6, 2014  

Okay, so let me get this straight: you posted a claim from another article, without fact-checking, and now you want to tell everyone that it’s unfortunate that she has to deal with this story? So basically, let’s just skip over the part where sites like yours, that regurgitate news stories from other sites without even googling, are part of the problem?

And even now, you can’t even go to the Wikipedia article, read that McCarthy’s son was thought to have been misdiagnosed for years now by doctors, but McCarthy steadfastly insists the kids has autism anyway?

And furthermore, McCarthy thrust her son into the limelight, not the press. And she’s been directly responsible for infants, the weak, and the aged getting sick because of her anti-vaccation claims. Please, take this incident as a wakeup call. Make it a project to learn about critical thinking and about science. Strive to be a respectable writer.

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Sarah Jones Geer

Posted at 1:54 PM on January 6, 2014  

It’s “sad to see her having to set the record straight”? Give me a break. The only sad thing here is that this woman has been given a platform to spew lies about vaccines and harm tens of thousands of children across the country.

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Esme

Posted at 12:17 PM on January 6, 2014  

She’s a straight out liar about her son’s condition. She’s hurt tons of people with her antivaccination lies and fear-mongering. As much as I hate it for her son, SHE thrust him in the spotlight with her attention- and fame-whoring. SHE did it.

She continues to lie–don’t support her lies. Don’t support bad reasoning by supporting her.

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salem

Posted at 8:21 PM on January 25, 2014  

yes it’ true

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MPoss

Posted at 2:25 PM on June 30, 2014  

Agree. Jenny McCarthy was a bad choice – she used her son as a sounding board against immunization, claiming he had a learning disorder due to being immunized – then changes her story- all for her own publicity and exposure. Karma always comes back and bites you in the #@*%

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Sara

Posted at 11:42 AM on January 6, 2014  

Considering how many lives and families she has damaged pushing her baseless misinformation about vaccines, I have a hard time feeling sorry for her that her “privacy was invaded.” And it was not the report that “unfairly thrust her son into the public eye.” She did that herself

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David Dee Neely

Posted at 10:59 AM on January 6, 2014  

Maybe if she hadn’t been lying all this time and pushing anti-vaccination nonsense people would be so quick on her stories about her sons illness. She does a great amount of public disservice pushing retracted studies, pseudoscientific medicines as a supposed cure and leading people to avoid valid treatment for their children’s diseases.

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