Jenny McCarthy Has Powers

October 16, 2008 / Posted by:

Jenny McCarthy’s son was diagnosed with autism and she believes the MMR vaccine was the cause. She even wrote five books on the subject. Well, thanks to the grace of God and the banishment of evil bread foods, her autistic son is no longer autistic. Jenny says that she put her son on a strict no-wheat, no-dairy diet and his autism eventually disappeared! Or something like that. Before you give her the side-eye, read what she tells UsWeekly:

“I made a deal with God. I said, ‘You fix my boy, you show me the way and I’ll teach the world how I did it.‘”

 God listened to her and replied, “No bread. No milk. No problem.” Jenny listened and that was that! I made up that last part by the way.

Jenny recalls the moment she started to believe that her son was “recovered.” It was while he was watching an episode of Spongebob. She said, “I heard Evan laugh…I jumped on the bed and started screaming. When he finally hugged me, I prayed, ‘Please God don’t let this be the only time.'”

She will continue to be an advocate for autism awareness. Jenny said that she recently tried to speak to John McCain about it, because he’s spoken about autism and vaccines before. Jenny said, “McCain had come out and said he thinks there’s enough evidence between vaccines and autism, so I got on a helicopter [to meet him for] an on-camera interview. By the time I got there, the campaign manager said, ‘He’s ahead in the polls, and this is too controversial, and he doesn’t want to go one way or the next.‘”

I’m sure Jenny replied with, “THAT’S BULLSHIT!

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