Web site targets minor celebrity Jenny McCarthy for falsely linking autism to vaccines
Jenny McCarthy (biography HERE), who first gained fame by posing nude in Playboy magazine, has become almost as well known for claiming that childhood vaccines can cause autism as for any of her “talents” as a performer.
And now McCarthy is the object of infamy and contempt on THIS WEB SITE:
In June 2007, Jenny McCarthy began promoting anti-vaccination rhetoric. Because of her celebrity status she has appeared on several television shows and has published multiple books advising parents not to vaccinate their children. This has led to an increase in the number of vaccine preventable illnesses as well as an increase in the number of vaccine preventable deaths.
Jenny McCarthy has a body count attached to her name. This website will publish the total number of vaccine preventable illnesses and vaccine preventable deaths that have happened in the United States since June 2007 when she began publicly speaking out against vaccines.
Is Jenny McCarthy directly responsible for every vaccine preventable illness and every vaccine preventable death listed here? No. However, as the unofficial spokesperson for the United States anti-vaccination movement she may be indirectly responsible for at least some of these illnesses and deaths and even one vaccine preventable illness or vaccine preventable death is too many.