During the interview, Evans questioned if people should be seeking advice from their GPs.
“Now, I don’t know how much training GPs have done in virology or immunisation or whatever that is, and that’s a question I would love to hear,” he stated.
“People need to do their own research on this too,” Kyle Sandilands responded.
Evans went on to discuss a disproved theory that vaccines caused behavioural changes in children.
“I’ve met so many mothers and their children and they tell me, ‘Hey Pete, my boy or girl was a healthy, functioning beautiful child – and they’re still a beautiful child – but something happened when they got a shot one day’,” he said.
“And within two hours, 12 hours, 24, 48 hours, that little boy or girl completely changed their behaviour. And certainly changed their nature.”
There is no evidence that vaccines can cause behavioural changes in children, and the supposed link…