Jenny McCarthy, what an asshole.
So Jenny McCarthy’s been on my shit list for awhile now, but I guess I haven’t considered her relevant enough to bother with in the past. Ooh burn, I’m sure she’s feeling that one.
Anyway. Jenny McCarthy is one of those outspoken
morons “advocates” who thinks that her son is autistic because of the vaccinations he received as a child. You know, one of the people responsible for spreading the good word about the totally bogus and phony link between vaccinations and autism, which has been debunked time and time again. You can also click here to see a fun and interactive map of recent outbreaks of vaccine preventable illnesses around the world.
This morning, I read an interview with her that crawled right under my skin, so let’s have a look and see what’s happened.
Jenny McCarthy’s son Evan almost got her in trouble with the cops — but she doesn’t seem to mind.
The departing “View” co-host shared the story about her 12-year-old son, whom she called a “rule follower,” on her Sirius radio show “Dirty Sexy Funny,” according to ABC News.
“We’re driving in the car and of course I text and drive,” she said on the radio program. “He called the police on me and said, ‘My mom is texting and driving right now.’ True story.”
“Of course I text and drive.”
I can’t, you guys. She’s an asshole and a moron and I hate how smug she sounds. Here you go, here’s a horrifying worst-case scenario about texting and driving:
If that shit happened to me because Jenny McCarthy was sexting Donnie Wahlberg I would haunt the goddamn shit out of her for the rest of her life on earth. Amityville style.
The radio host said she responded by throwing his phone out the car window.
He called the cops on her while she was breaking the law, and her response was to THROW HIS PHONE OUT THE CAR WINDOW! This poor kid, I can’t even imagine what his home life must be like getting parented by her.
But that wasn’t the only time Evan called the police about his famous mom. When she once sneaked out of the house to smoke a cigarette, he became anxious when couldn’t find her, and so called for help.
“He called 911 and said, ‘I am alone in the house. My mom abandoned me,'” McCarthy said. “I go back in the house and it’s 911 and they’re like, ‘Your child just called. Is there an emergency?’ I’m like, ‘What? No! Everything is fine.'”
I mean, I just wonder what’s going on in that household if this kid’s go to reaction is that his mother has “abandoned” him. Also, I love how she laughing this off like it’s totally a normal thing. Your son was so scared he felt like he needed to call the police about it, and you’re laughing about it for talk show fodder. Disgusting.
This isn’t the first time the 41-year-old has shared stories about her son with an audience. She recently talked about her son getting bullied at summer camp on “The View.”