McGinniss calls a mom who is protecting her family's privacy as 'hysterical' and compares it to Nazi Germany stormtrooper tactics.
Matt Lauer says it's scary that people who listen to Fox News and what they think McGinniss is doing IS creepy. I've got news for the playboy Lauer; ANY mother would think it was creepy for a man who has a daughter, who is also writing a book about Palin and her family, moves into a house that is 15 feet away from the subject of his book.
Lauer, whom I assume does not think any behavior is sleazy, what with him oogling at the pretty girls at the Olympics while he was supposed to be reporting on the competition,, says to McGinniss, 'I'm happy to hear you're not there to observe them."
What, there are no hotels in Wasilla where he could, as he claims he is there to do, ask people who have known the Palins for 40 years, about them. He had to do it 15 feet away from their house with a deck that gives him a picture perfect view of the bedrooms in the Palin House?
Lauer says that the Palins will now not "be behaving naturally."
Would any parent react naturally to a creepy old man living next door who may or may not be peeking at them?
McGinnis tells the swinger of the Today show, that he "Didn't tell anyone he was moving next door." I wouldn't either, if you know what I mean.
When Lauer asked him what he thought of mothers who said they thought what he was doing was 'creepy', he said:
"If I lived here and did something creepy, if I did what Sarah Palin is suggesting that I moved here because I had some desire to do, that would be creepy."
No, Joe, you're not creepy, not at all.
McGinniss then took it one step further, and said this about a mother protecting her children:
"What I've learned from that...is very informative and I think is probably a lesson for the American people of the power Palin has to incite hated and her willingness and readiness to do it. She has pushed a button and unleashed the hounds of hell...And that's the same kind of tactic, and I'm not calling her a Nazi, but that's the same kind of tactic that the Nazi troopers used in Germany in the 30s. And I don't think there is any place for it in America."
So, now mothers who do not want creepy old men to observe her children, are being compared to Nazi's.
Wonder what McGinniss thinks about what Helen Thomas said about Jewish people. Does he think SHE'S a Nazi?
I guess you will have to wait for McGinniss' book to come out to see how many pictures he has in the book of Sarah Palin and her kids.
What parent wouldn't protect their family's privacy with at least a 14 foot fence?
If I were Sarah Palin, the fence would be 50 feet high!
Watch the interview. Because to me, it appears that Lauer doesn't have a problem with anyone looking at girls, even when it is inappropriate.