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Watch Kristin Cavallari Defend Her Opinion To Not Vaccinate Her Children On Fox & Friends HERE!

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We agree that each parent has the right to choose what they believe is best for their children.

The only thing we're unsure about is what books Kristin Cavallari has been reading about this controversial subject!

She recently went on Fox & Friends and defended her decision to not vaccinate her son, 1 1/2-year-old Camden (and we're assuming her unborn child), because of her fears of autism.

According to her, she's "done a lot of research," and while we don't agree with Kristin, like we mentioned before, it's her choice. However we hope she does a little more research on the topic because we aren't sure the books that she's been reading are very accurate!

Especially when it comes to the fact that there's now a recent measles outbreak in New York, which doctors say was caused by parents not vaccinating their children!

There's been a lot of evidence to prove Kristin's theory wrong over the years! We hope she checks those sources out!

Watch her defend her opinion (above)!

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59 comments to “Watch Kristin Cavallari Defend Her Opinion To Not Vaccinate Her Children On Fox & Friends HERE!”

  1. lisamarie says – reply to this


    this dumb ignorant twit's kids better not give my kid a horrific disease

  2. kristinkisDUMB says – reply to this


    WOW. So she is as dumb as I thought. She obviously has not done ANY research on the subject… shame on her.

  3. 3

    Done lots of research? I mean, really… funny, because of all the actual scientific testing there has yet to be anything that proves a link between vaccinations and autism. Despite what all the holistic healers will tell you, there aren't many medical doctors or pharmacologists or pathologists etc, etc, that support not vaccinating children.

    It's her choice, but I hope her children never contract anything or becomes the carriers of something deadly.

  4. Dr. Remulak says – reply to this


    No one has ever been hurt by a vaccine. It's safe to give a newborn all those vaccines all at once or in a short period of time. If people stop getting vaccinated then those diseases will return. No one makes a dime selling vaccines and increasing the number of vaccines your child has to get doesn't make anyone any money. Look what they do in Europe.

  5. Cassie says – reply to this


    Speaking as a mother of unvaccinated children, and an the wife of an unvaccinated 30 year old husband, people really need to do their research on this subject before calling people bad moms, or ignorant twits. If vaccine injuries don't exist, why does the American gov't have a vaccine injury compensation program? I fully support parents making educated decisions when it comes to this topic. Like she said, if you vaccinate your kids, shouldn't your child be 'safe' from disease? Why are you worried about mine?

  6. Samantha says – reply to this


    Good for her making informed choices.=) the rest of you calling her names had better do your own research. So quick to call her dumb and I bet you guys know NOTHING about this. Oh and Perez..if YOU were so bright..you'd re-think vax'ing your own kid. I know personally MD's, chem teachers, Micro teachers, pathologist, SMART PEOPLE who DONT vaccinate their kids. Are THEY dumb? no..they just READ. Have fun taking your shots and drinking your fluoride.

  7. Samantha says – reply to this


    Re: Cassie – AMEN SISTER!!

  8. Samantha says – reply to this


    Re: Dr. Remulak – You're full of it. MD or not. MY KIDS were hurt by vaccines.

  9. laurajax says – reply to this


    Its funny I never concerned myself before with the whole vaccine debate but a friend of mine asked me, no one person is alike(meaning we can't all eat or drink or really take the same things suchs as some are allergic too strawberries, some aren't, some are allergic to puppies…some are not…so how is it guaranteed that everyone on the planet can take the same exact vaccine..
    My sons allergic to ammoxicillin(ear infection medicine, most kids aren't ) Im allergic to dandelions(most people aren't).
    I just think that doctors and scientists need to come up with a way, or test to give people before just injecting a vaccine into someone who may or may not have a positive reaction.

  10. Samantha says – reply to this


    Re: cheesuschrimbus – Dont worry if her or my kids get a disease your kid will be protected right? HA..you make no sense. Go get your shots and do us a favor and weed yourself out of the gene pool. Eat the GMO and drink the tap water too.

  11. Heather says – reply to this


    NYC has a 90%+ vaccination rate - so a few unvaccinated are to blame for EVERY outbreak that comes along? If you bothered to do your research rather than parrot the party line, you would have discovered there is a **small** uptick in measles incidence every 4-5 yrs, REGARDLESS of vaccination rate.

  12. Teresa Andrews says – reply to this


    I would expect nothing less moronic from this brainless twit. Keep your unvaccinated kids away from infants who are too young to get the shots. When I think of all the people who, 60 years ago, died of diseases that are now perfectly preventable, it enrages me.

  13. Sam says – reply to this


    Good for her! We partially vax, but I know quite a few moms who kids have had vaccine injuries! I am not sure about autism, but trying explaining they are harmless to the mom whose 2 year old had to re-learn how to do simple tasks because of the shock his body went into from big pharm posion,

  14. karen says – reply to this


    The definitive study of vaccinations causing autism has been done and no correlation has been found. This isn't a point where you say it's the parents decision because most don't even know what the primary function of a vaccine is or that chlorophyll makes plants green or that rainbows aren't maps to Warwick Davis' pot of gold. Your a bad parent if you don't get your kids vaccinated.

  15. karen says – reply to this


    Re: Samantha – Pink ponies that make gold manure live in Malaysia. You can read this so it must be true.

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    morons interviewing morons.

  17. karen says – reply to this


    Re: Heather – And thanks to vaccinations, whose primary function is to act as a buffer for diseases so they don't spread, the uptick is contained.

  18. Twilight says – reply to this


    Not only has all reputable research debunked the ONE study that linked vaccinations to autism, but the author of the original study that caused all these parents to forego vaccinations was found to have FALSIFIED his data to prove his point. And yes, we are seeing multiple outbreaks of measles due to nonvaccination—and remember, 1 out of every 1000 children will DIE from measles despite the best of medical care. We are also seeing outbreaks of POLIO again, and WHOOPING COUGH again. When the deaths start to pile up, people will realize why our parents and grandparents JUMPED at the chance to save their children's lives by vaccination. We have gotten too many generations away from the REAL horror of the diseases those vaccines protect against. Good luck, Cavallari—hopefully you won't be a classic case of Darwinian selection.

  19. Gloria says – reply to this


    Perez .. i find your pro vaccine rhetoric very offensive .. I was involved in 10 year lawsuit here in Canada, only 2nd one ever filed and I can tell you that the real name for vaccine induced autism is post-vaccinal encephalits and demylenation and that's from the Mayo Clinic themselves … so not exactly a bunch of quacks over there … this mother is smart cause she did her research and just not relying on the "doctor gods" who are bought and paid for my pharmaceutical companies

  20. HFisher says – reply to this


    Have you seen/heard about the measles outbreak in BC (near Vancouver). BRUTAL and very scary.

  21. Sarah says – reply to this


    Re: Cassie – you are an idiot, it isn't our vaccinated children who we are worried about it is the children who are still too young to be vaccinated or the immuno-compromised who can't be vaccinated that we are worried about, I hope you don't breed or leave your house.

  22. justme says – reply to this


    Re: Cassie – yes education is the key, to not vaccinenate is not an educated decision, yes things go wrong, it happens, but to pend not only keep YOUR kids safe but other peoples on the fear of autism just makes you a dumbass. My kids vaccinations had absolutly NOTHING to do with my sons AUTISM. Jenny McCarthy and her pals who base their fears on UNSUBSTANTIATED "reaserch" is bull!!!

  23. Kathy says – reply to this


    except when your kids comes in contact with something and is not vaccinated for it like the measles or chicken pox that's going around now…thanks for that!

  24. alysha says – reply to this


    LOL guys, I havent been vaccinated since my kindergarten shots. I was allergic to the Hep-B one that they give in schools. There is research out there that shows you dont need vaccinations. Gardisal just came out with research of how its not the greatest for you. So all of ya'll can shut up about her making a bad decision. If she did her reserach then that's her decision.

  25. Anonymous says – reply to this


    Re: Cassie
    Herd immunity. Google it.

  26. Dr. Remulak says – reply to this


    Re: Samantha – I was being sarcastic. Sorry about your kids.

  27. Anonymous says – reply to this


    Re: Samantha
    There are exceptions to EVERYTHING. The point is, the VAST majority of people who are vaccinated do not have any adverse effects. The goal is to have the majority of the population vaccinated so that the disease will not wipe out an entire population. Vaccines are not 100% effective (neither is anything in medicine), but they are effective enough to stop the disease in its tracks before millions of people are killed. I'm sorry if your children were effected by the vaccines, but your children are a part of a very, very tiny proportion (<1%) of those vaccinated who do experience adverse effects.

  28. Anonymous says – reply to this


    Re: Samantha
    Plus, how do you know that it was the vaccines that caused harm to your children and not anything else? You cannot conclude that vaccines hurt your children without talking to your doctor about any other possible explanations for why this happened.

  29. Susie says – reply to this


    Her kids, her decision. I also believe it is the right choice based on our experience with 4 kids. 1 has autism and 1 has has seizures. I wish I could turn back time and pick that choice for all of my kids. What doesn't make sense is all of the parents that bash when their kids are supposed to be "protected" Why do you care of other peoples choices when your kids are "covered"?

  30. Agnes says – reply to this


    Re: Susie
    You should watch this video. It explains everyone's fears.

  31. Agnes says – reply to this

  32. Agnes says – reply to this


    Re: Agnes – It's not letting me post the video. Search into YouTube "how herd immunity works".

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    They're her children and it's her choice. It's a pretty stupid choice, but still. Let's see how she'll feel about it if one of her children becomes sick (those chances are much bigger now, and also bigger than one of her children having autism while still being vaccinated).

  34. Nicole says – reply to this


    Everyone should, in fact, be worried about your unvaccinated children due to something called herd immunity. Previously when the percentage of vaccinated children was much higher, we did not see these diseases in the few children that were unvaccinated due to protection by the rest of the immune population. Your kids being unvaccinated puts a lot of other people at risk, including children who are too young to be vaccinated or those who are immunocompromised. And as an MD who has seen firsthand the devastating effects that whooping cough, measles and even disseminated chicken pox can have on these young children, we should be a lot more concerned about the resurgence of these diseases.

  35. DawnC says – reply to this


    Re: Dr. Remulak – All drugs come with a risk. To say that there is none is a bold faced lie. My baby and I were both injured by vaccines in 2007. He suffered from cellulitis, fever, seizures, and encephalitis (all listed as side effects to the 3 vaccines he was given). He suffered extensive damage to his central nervous system. I suffered from hearing loss from a Rubella vaccine and almost died to due the vaccine causing dangerously high blood pressure. Again, hearing loss was listed as a side effect to this shot and so was a warning about an increase in blood pressure. FYI - Autism was listed as a side effect to a DTAP shot called Tripedia. When the public got wind of it, it was taken off, but google it and you'll find it on many websites that took a snapshot of it. Vaccines do not prevent disease. They cause it. I just wish I knew that before my family went through our nightmare. Parents - fight to preserve your right not to vaccinate (they are not mandatory for school and never have been ) before the drug companies and paid pharma whores take your right to choose away…..that is their intent. Money is the root of all evil.

  36. alise says – reply to this


    WOW! Those that believe there is no link between vaccines and autism are fooling themselves. I have personally watched children in my family and in close friends family, go from being healthy, to comming to a complete hault, in their developement. And this was just weeks after numerous vaccinations given. I think its YOU perez that haven't done the research.

  37. the matrix says – reply to this


    Once nearly eradicated diseases like polio,and measles are coming back because of this type of stupidity.

  38. Terry says – reply to this


    You people are so stupid and ignorant! Wake up! Do some reading of your own. Kristen did. Oh because someone went to college to be a doctor he is GOD right? Do the research and read the research that HAS been done. There are children everywhere that are vaccine injured. These parents had walking talking functioning children and then when shot up with these chemicals including arsenic, aborted fetal tissue, monkey intestines, aluminum the LIST goes on they were GONE! So a word of advice to all the parents whose children are fully vaccinated shot up with this garbage…if these vaccines are so effective and work so great WHY and HOW are my unvaccinated children a harm to yours? My children who are 7 and 5 and have NEVER been on an antibiotic ever have never had anything more than a common cold?! Answer that you sheep…keep drinking the pharmaceutical companies kool-aid. Read the numbers of sick children as in autistic children that rose with the outrageous vaccine schedule that also is through the roof!

  39. Anonymous says – reply to this


    Re: Terry
    Someone that went to college and medical school to become a doctor knows WAY more about the biological and chemical processes of how vaccines work than Cavallari ever will. You are also making a correlation-causation fallacy. What people don't realize is that the symptoms of autism do not occur until about 2 or 3 years old, when the first vaccinations are given. The former doctor who did the study and "found" that vaccines cause autism lost his license due to unethical and questionable practices. Also, he did the study for profit reasons. Every real scientific study that has examined the issue of vaccination and autism has found that vaccines do not cause autism. Please read sources from scientific medical journals instead of sources that claim that vaccines are "scams". Do you realize that the sources you are reading have their own agenda, and are most likely trying to convince you of something untrue for selfish reasons?!? Please do some REAL research and look at articles from PubMed, the American Journal of Medicine, the National Institutes of Health, and the New England Journal of Medicine. These are people who know how to do REAL science, and not fall blind to dangerous conspiracies. Until you are educated in public health and the sciences, and can understand the science behind vaccines and how they work, you have no basis for criticizing anyone who has an advanced degree in medicine.

  40. Anonymous says – reply to this


    Re: the matrix
    Unfortunately, it may have to take a few million people to get sick and die from these diseases for these "anti-vaxxers" to realize that they're wrong. It's so sad.

  41. Sarah says – reply to this


    Re: alise – why are you so stupid? They have nothing to do with each other- HOWEVER chidden start to show symptoms around the same time as they get vaccines - doesn't mean they are caused by it. Even if it did I would rather have a child with autism than a child dead from measles.

  42. Anonymous says – reply to this


    Re: Terry
    Also, you clearly know nothing about why the contents that you mentioned are in the vaccines. Most of those chemicals provide ways that help the immunization process along and prevent the deadened form of the virus from replicating. Also, you probably eat/are exposed to 1000x more of those same chemicals every day. The amount of ingredients in those vaccines are literally microscopic amounts, which will cause absolutely no harm to you at those quantities. The reason why many toxins are considered poisonous is due to the QUANTITY of exposure. If you're only exposed to the minuscule amounts of any chemical that's considered to be dangerous, you have no worry because your body filters out those and many other naturally occurring chemicals very quickly. Also, those who experience adverse effects from vaccines are part of a 1/100,000,000 proportion. Compare that 1/1000 people will die from measles (which is re-emerging in outbreaks thanks to the anti-vaccine movement). You would honestly rather have more people die and become seriously harmed by the diseases the vaccines are trying to prevent?!? People's priorities are completely messed up. Even if vaccines were to cause autism (WHICH THEY DO NOT), I would still rather have my child vaccinated than risk them being paralyzed by polio or die from whooping cough, measles, mumps, etc.

  43. Becca says – reply to this


    She's smart and I agree with her. Maybe none of you other people on here bashing her have never seen the bad side effects of the vaccines . I have worked in the medical field for 25 years and I would not vaccinate my children now a days.There are too many vaccinations now at too young of an age.

  44. Anonymous says – reply to this


    Re: Becca
    Have you considered the bad effects of the diseases that they are trying to prevent? They are just as bad. I'm sorry that you had to witness children experiencing bad effects. Medicine is not perfect, but the data that are available state that the benefits to vaccination far outweigh the risks. This situation must be viewed in terms of the whole population, not just individual cases. Before vaccines, millions of people died from diseases like smallpox, measles, mumps, polio, etc. But now, thanks to vaccination, we rarely ever see these diseases occur in developed countries. There are people in third world countries who are still experiencing the devastation that these diseases cause, and are actually desperate for a vaccine to arrive in their countries. I feel that the reason why so many people are angry about vaccines here is that they haven't witnessed or considered the devastation that these diseases caused before vaccination was around. Millions of lives have been saved thanks to vaccination. What matters is the number of people who aren't being affected and aren't being killed by the diseases.

  45. sug says – reply to this


    love her

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    She shouldn't have to be forced onto a podium. She mentioned it when asked and that should be it. It's ridiculous to think unvaxed kids made a measles outbreak lmao.. usually it's the vaxed kids spreading it around. Yes you ARE contagious when you get vaccinated

  47. 47

    To Anonymous… have you considered the diseases you asked her…. I implore you have YOU considered the diseases… take them one by one. Chicken pox. It is extremely rare to die from it.. it's not uncommon to have a negative reaction to a vax. Measles.. Polio… all same as chicken pox.. .01% chance of having long term harm and most will think they have the flu not polio. The only Polio cases are from the oral vaccines they pushed on third world countries. If you actually research the diseases it is so rare to have any harm from them. Whooping cough onlyaffects children under 3months. Vaccination takes several boosters and so pointless for the child to even get the shot. about 1 in a billion will die from whooping cough and all under 3months. OR you can get 5 shots… to avoid a little cough which has 0% chance of harming an adult.

  48. 48

    Mario, I highly recommend Dr Sears book. It is not anti vaccine but it will enlighten you about the dangers of some getting vaccinated though I do appreciate you not being a dck to mothers who research do right by their families

  49. fafa says – reply to this


    i've been hurt by avaccine, and sadly i'm not the only one ! idid the vaccine for th b hepatis i was 18 and 3month later i got an inflamation in my left eye ! the doctor send me into hospital for an exam, and they found out i got miltiple sclerosis, the same year and after, a lot of people got infected to, redult of that fucking vaccine, today i keep living with, and it's getting worst, i can't walk anymore and i'm so tired that i can't do the thing i want to, but i thanks the LORD (ASWT) i got kids before it get worst ! butit hurts to see your kids growing and not be able to follow them in life like i want to, they not vaccine and i'm against that shit ! before people were stronger than us and didn't need those vaccine to live !!!

  50. sarah says – reply to this


    Re: fafa – it's horrible that it happened but the vaccine had nothing to do with it, you were going to develop it anyways

  51. Pete says – reply to this


    Please do your research, vaccines are scam :

  52. Danny says – reply to this


    Re: CassieRe: karen – and you're an idiot! Vaccines are filled with aborted fetal tissue, mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, MSG, animal tissue, and a lot more I can't spell. The CDC website lists autism as one of the side effects of several of the 49 doses now required for infants. The US pays out millions every year to vaccine damaged children, after passing a law that says if a vaccine hurts or kills your kid you are NOT ALLOWED to sue the pharmaceutical company (even if the vaccine came from a verified "bad batch" of vaccines). You "sheeple" are incredibly naive and uneducated about what the government is doing to our population while lining the pockets of politicians who own stock in the billion-dollar a year industry. The whole medical establishment is a money-making joke, that lost all moral responsibility to do no harm long ago when the medical schools got into bed with big pharma. I am not vaccinated, my kids are not vaccinated and both my parents are doctors. They knew better than to trust a chemical drug in the 70s with little to no information out there. What's you're excuse today? Perez, shame on you for your ignorance and this ugly article that supports a corrupt system. The only answer is to make vaccines without poisons, which exist, but would not make the companies billions if they were required to use quality ingredients. We should all join forces and require a safer vaccine instead of this vaccine war nonsense.

  53. fafa says – reply to this


    Re: sarah – you're wrong ! it's not genetic so if i didn't had that shot, then i will still be fine, i'm not the only one who got it like that, i even met a doctor who told me that he never took it, won't take it, not even his children, he doesn't want to hear anything about it ! and when you work in medical, they ask you to do it, but that vaccine is not safe ! be careful with this shit ! you lose your health, you lose too much !

  54. @v@ says – reply to this


    The latest NYC outbreak included people who had received an MMR dose according to 'Slate.'

  55. 55

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  56. Responder says – reply to this


    Re: lisamarie – Well if you're so sure that your vaccines work (assuming that's why you're getting your kids vaccinated) then you won't have to worry about it. Unless you have your doubts, of course.

  57. savannah says – reply to this


    Re: Cassie

    Perhaps you should do some research…vaccine injury isn't uncommon. In fact, the US Government even has a webpage that lists vaccine injuries, payouts, compensation, and terrible side effects. You sound more ignorant every time I read over your post to respond. Do you REALLY think vaccine companies don't profit off of vaccines that are distributed? Mercola is a multi billion dollar company. To add, he lists of heavy metals and neurotoxins that are in each vaccine are set for an average American MAN…not an infant.

  58. Brighid says – reply to this


    I respect Kristen for defending her decision. However as someone who works in the field of autism, I wonder how many scientific, peer reviewed sources to build her knowledge of the subject. In regards to autism being caused by vaccines, there was one research article written and since it was published it has been disproven and the author is now in jail for falsifying his data. What are her sources?

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    Re: Samantha
    For someone so concerned with "health and safety" you're quite a nasty person. I never said anything bad about her, but I did mock the "research" factor and I said I hope her kids never contract anything and didn't mention anything about her kids infecting other children. But of course the cult needs to get overly vicious. You're a brute. And while I question the "research" of the people who point the finger at vaccinations in the case of autism, I would never ask anyone to abstain from having children for having those views. Hopefully you don't pass down your all-or-nothing holistic holier-than-thou bullshit to your kids, should you have any.