Twitter users were able to slam the 41 year-old for not believing in vaccinating children, with many branding her the "Anti-Vaccination Queen."
Jenny McCarthy has felt the wrath of Twitter after being heavily criticised for not vaccinating her children.
On Thursday (March 13th) the 41 year-old asked her Twitter followers what he/she "looked for in a mate," but the response wasn't exactly what she imagined.
Many users of the site saw this as an opportunity to attack McCarthy on her vaccination views, with the majority saying they would want someone who isn't against it.
"What is the most important personality trait you look for in a mate? Reply using #JennyAsks," 'The View' co-host asked.
"Somebody who gets that refusing vaccines because of 'toxins' and then shilling for e-cigs makes you a pathetic hypocrite #JennyAsks, one person wrote, with another adding, "Someone who doesn't get ppl killed by making irresponsible claims. #vaccinate."
Even though it is quite a serious issue, many followers also replied in a hilarious way when criticising the "Anti-Vaccination Queen."
"#JennyAsks Are you upset because you were given a vaccine that suppresses talent?" one man jokingly posted, with another sharing, "While I do love getting diseases that were eradicated in the last century, I would say vaccinated is a trait I look for #JennyAsks."
McCarthy has been against vaccinated children ever since her son was diagnosed with the condition in 2005 at age 2. She believed getting the vaccination has caused her child to suffer from the condition.
However, Jenny isn't the only celebrity who has these views, former star of MTV's 'The Hills' Kristin Cavallari recently publically admitted to not giving her 18 month-old son a vaccine.
The 27 year-old, who is currently pregnant with her second-child, said she and husband Jay Cutler "decided not to vaccinate," because she has "read too many books about autism."
McCarthy and her son Evan