First up: draw your own conclusions on Jenny McCarthy's critical reasoning abilities from this insane article she wrote. The best bit:
The day I found out I was an adult Indigo will stay with me forever. I was walking hand in hand with my son down a Los Angeles street when this women approached me and said, “You’re an Indigo and your son is a Crystal.” I immediately replied, “Yes!” and the woman smiled at me and walked away. I stood there for a moment, because I had no idea what the heck an Indigo and Crystal was, but I seemed so sure of it when I had blurted out “Yes!” After doing some of my own research on the word Indigo, I realized not only was I an early Indigo but my son was in fact a Crystal child. From that point on things in my life started to make sense.
I don't think I need to rehash the things she's said - they've been documented and dismantled, and the evidence against her is overwhelming - but I'd like to point to a controversial site that estimates the number of diseases and deaths caused by her anti-vaccine campaign in America. It's called, appropriately enough, the Jenny McCartney Body Count.
Although the site's authors agree that not all of these deaths are directly attributable to her, specifically, I think the site is still a useful reminder of the cost of giving the insane an unopposed microphone for too long.