Jenny McCarthy asked a simple question on Twitter, and the answer she got was that a lot of people really don't like her.
Jenny, not fooling anyone. (via)
The next time Jenny McCarthy asks a question on Twitter along with #JennyAsks, it should probably be "yes" or "no." Because a few days ago she attempted to create a dialogue about dating with her 1.13 million Twitter followers and things got out of hand pretty quickly. That's because when you spend years going out of your way to be the face of a controversial movement, especially one involving children and disease, it tends to make people the kind of angry that lingers for a while.
It started out innocently enough a few days ago with this tweet:
What is the most important personality trait you look for in a mate? Reply using #JennyAsks— Jenny McCarthy (@JennyMcCarthy) March 13, 2014
What immediately followed was a barrage of responses that hasn't let up from people who think Jenny is putting millions of children's lives at risk and would like her to stop peddling bullshit about the connection between vaccines and autism.