Sarah Palin Whines About Her Privacy in Reality Show (Video)
November 4, 2010
(ChattahBox Political News)–The first episode of Sarah Palin’s Alaskan reality show depicts the former half-term governor ironically whining and complaining about her privacy. Specifically, Palin and her husband Todd tell viewers how their summer was ruined, due to author Joe McGinniss’ renting the unoccupied house just a few feet away from the Palin’s home. “I think it is an intrusion, an invasion of our privacy and I don’t like it,” says Palin. When McGinniss took up residence in Wasilla over the summer to research a book on Sarah Palin, she threw a fit on Facebook, accusing the respected author of “peeping” into her daughter’s bedroom.
Palin is shown sitting on her backyard patio, while she and Todd wonder out loud if McGinniss is spying on them. As she walks away from the patio, she tells Todd that their daughter Piper should be reminded to play on the other side of their home to avoid the prying eyes of their unwelcome neighbor.
“Our behavior has certainly changed this summer because of this new neighbor,” says Palin,” adding “I think it is an intrusion, an invasion of our privacy and I don’t like it.”
In keeping with the reality show format, Todd is shown standing alone by Lake Lucille, complaining that their new neighbor “…is writing a hit piece on my wife.” Todd Palin adds, “I mean life is about being productive but these people want to seek and destroy.”
The unintelligent and divisive Fox News contributor then points to their new 14-foot fence built between the two houses, as a solution to the illegal immigration problem.
“I thought that was a good example, what we just did,” she says. “Others can look at it and say oh this is what we need to do to secure our nation’s border.”