When is injecting medicine bad & injecting poison good?

When is injecting medicine bad & injecting poison good? When your name is Jenny McCarthy and you don’t understand basic science.

After all sorts of nutty claims like vaccines cause autism, she cured her son of autism, her son is an Indigo child, now Ms. McCarthy reveals this little gem:

“I love Botox, I absolutely love it,” she said. “I get it minimally, so I can still move my face. But I really do think it’s a savior.”

Phil Plait sums up her position nicely here:

I see. So injecting kids with scientifically-proven medicine that can save their lives and the lives of countless others is bad because of a fantasy-driven belief that it causes autism, but injecting a lethal pathogen — in fact, the most lethal protein known — into your face to help ease the globally threatening scourge of crow’s feet is just fine and dandy.

Got it.

It’s things like this that illustrate why we must Stop Jenny McCarthy.

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