Bethenny Frankel 'sick of being preached' over vaccine comments

Bethenny Frankel ‘sick of being preached’ over vaccine comments

Bethenny Frankel gave a big f–k you to those who criticized her for questioning whether the COVID-19 vaccine contributed to her ongoing health issues.

“You know what’s best? Everyone is an expert in everything. Like, ‘Don’t talk about the vaccine when you’re talking about what happened with your health,'” the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum said in an Instagram video on Monday.

Frankel, 52, noted that since the pandemic began in March 2020, it’s become the new normal to start “feeling sick and not knowing what’s going on because our bodies are upside down. “.

“I can’t say the v-word,” she continued. “Like, what the fuck? Jesus, I’ll talk about anything I want. I’m going through a medical journey and I’m sharing and collecting data, and we’re allowed to have conversations. C is like politics now.

” Kiss my ass. Anyone who has a problem with me sharing, speaking, learning and expressing, I’m not spreading any kind of propaganda, and we’re not fucking babies. We understand what a vaccine is.

The Skinnygirl founder compared getting a shot to taking a morning after pill or smoking pot, two decisions people “make” for themselves.

“I would like to know what happened, and then we can make informed decisions,” she concluded. “Jesus Christ. People are so boring and crazy. …Shut the fuck up. I’m so sick of being preached to.

“Shut the fuck up. I’m so sick of being preached to,” she said.

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“Shut the fuck up. I’m so sick of being preached to,” she said.

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In the video’s caption, Frankel explained that she’s currently battling “some sort of autoimmune issue” or something “histamine related” with “chronically dangerously low” blood pressure.

“It affects my energy, my balance, the way I manage sleep and it requires IVs and intense hydration,” she wrote. “My body doesn’t retain water, so I need a lot of salt to stay hydrated. When I say I’m a thirsty bitch, I’m not kidding.

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Frankel also mentioned his near-death experience in 2018 and how his health issues played a part in it.
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The Bravolebrity alum suffered a life-threatening allergic reaction to fish in 2018 that knocked her unconscious, forcing her now-fiancé, Paul Bernon, to call 911 and stick a Benadryl pill down her throat.

She explained in Monday’s post that she was “close to death” at the time with a blood pressure of 60/40.

“It seems that COVID has had serious effects [sic] on many areas of our health. There was a mention of the V-word in this discussion that got the occasional negative person terrified of an actual discussion,” she wrote.

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Frankel stressed that everyone’s health journey is their own, so it shouldn’t be seen as a “political” issue.

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Frankel stressed that everyone’s health journey is their own, so it shouldn’t be seen as a “political” issue.

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Frankel doubled down on the fact that “health cannot be political” even though “our society has entered an era based on fear, judgment and intimidation.”

“We are adults, but we are much better off if we are educated adults who can put on our big girl/guy underwear and have a conversation without someone muzzling us. Damn that. This is our journey,” she wrote.

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Thousands of fans commented on Frankel’s video, and many seemed to agree with her.
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The “ReWives” podcast host has never been one to hold back her takes and often gets mixed reviews, but in this case, many of her fans agreed with her.

“Completely agree with all of this…Keep advocating for open and REAL discussions🙌❤️,” one user wrote.

” I said that ! When did it become a crime to ask questions and be a little skeptical when things get… weird! someone else intervened.

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