Jimmy Kimmel’s Son Inherits Dad’s Hole in Heart


After making fun of children with vaccine injury by equating it to saying that pancakes make you gay, Jimmy Kimmel is making headlines again. Only this time, he’s not shamelessly mocking sick kids. No, the manpon salesman-turned-TV show host is now demanding sympathy for his own sick kid while making a pitch for Obamacare. So Autism Investigated will now make its own political point out of Jimmy’s son’s plight.

You see, Jimmy Kimmel’s son – apart from being Jimmy Kimmel’s son – had quite a big problem to deal with. He was born with a condition in which a hole is present inside the heart. Oh, the irony…

When Kimmel defended vaccinations, he made it very clear that his basis for doing so was his faith in doctors – whom he banned vaccine skeptics from ever seeing. That faith was probably further solidified after his son’s apparently successful heart operation.

The problem is that when it comes to vaccines, doctors come out of medical school dumber than they were when they went in. This is in large part due to the fact that they and the drug companies cannot be sued for any vaccine injury, thanks to the same federal government that systematically lies about vaccine risks.

Is it really so crazy to avoid the one medical procedure that doctors cannot be held accountable for? Would Jimmy schedule any doctor’s visit for his kid if the doctor cannot legally be held accountable for any subsequent harm suffered by his child?

Presumably, his son already got a CDC-recommended routine vaccination on his date of birth. Now he’s just gotta take the rest of the shots for the team.

Grab him n’ stab him, Jimmy!!

(PS: As Jimmy Kimmel said of his vaccine defense, Autism Investigated will not apologize for this post.)

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4 Thoughts on “Jimmy Kimmel’s Son Inherits Dad’s Hole in Heart

  1. Hans Litten on May 3, 2017 at 4:35 pm said:


    Merck’s vaccines powered ahead to start the year, helping the drug giant offset other areas of weakness on the way to slight growth overall.
    Led by HPV vaccine franchise Gardasil and pneumococcal shot Pneumovax 23, Merck’s vaccine sales grew 21% in the first quarter to $1.5 billion.
    Gardasil was the standout performer for the period, increasing sales 41% to $532 million and handily surpassing analyst estimates of $361 million, according to Barclays.
    A handful of factors played in the significant beat, the drugmaker reported, including the timing of CDC purchasing, strong demand and increased prices.
    The company is enjoying higher than 90% market share around the world with its vaccine, and nearly 100% of share in the U.S., Merck’s president of global human health, Adam Schechter, told analysts on a conference call.
    Speaking with analysts on Tuesday, Schechter said Gardasil benefited from about $45 million in CDC purchases and $50 million in European sales that would have previously been recorded by the company’s former JV with Sanofi. That partnership ended in 2016.

  2. Hans Litten on May 3, 2017 at 9:22 pm said:


    “Vaccination at its core is neither a safe nor an effective method of disease prevention”

    It is often stated that vaccination rarely leads to serious adverse events. Unfortunately, this statement is not supported by science.
    A recent study done in Ontario, Canada, established that vaccination actually leads to an emergency room visit for 1 in 168 children following their 12-month vaccination appointment and for 1 in 730 children following their 18-month vaccination appointment.
    When the risk of an adverse event requiring an ER visit after well-baby vaccinations is demonstrably so high, vaccination must remain a choice for parents,
    who may understandably be unwilling to assume this immediate risk in order to protect their children from diseases that are generally considered mild or that their children may never be exposed to.

    My opinion is that the wonderful Tetyana Obukhanych, PhD is being generous here (I hold no such Phd)

  3. Tris on May 5, 2017 at 2:47 am said:

    I really feel for the guy and hope for all the best for his kid but I did some digging and found that a couple of studies have seen congenital heart disease in babies born to mothers who vaccinated while pregnant… Took me about 10-15 minutes of investigation to find the connection in real credible studies.

    • Lucretia on May 5, 2017 at 3:40 pm said:


      “I really feel for the guy”

      Don’t feel bad for that piece of trash, just feel bad for his kid. Jimmy Kimmel is a sack of filth and he is a lying scumbag. He doesn’t care about anyone but himself and his own family. He is a sociopath. I would bet the farm that Mr. Kimmel and his wife and his children are fully unvaccinated. Just like most Dr.s who are in the know. He like so many others will never practice what they preach. People should not be allowed to publicly advocate for vaccinations unless they are willing to provide their own vaccination status.

      We parents will never stop pounding this issue until we get justice for our genetically susceptible brain damaged children. They will not ruin peoples lives and think they are going to just walk away. I can handle if my child was collateral damage for the greater good, what I cannot handle is being lied to about it and denied my day to express our testimony in a court of law, with a jury of our peers.

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