Beck to Publisher: Call Off Palin 'Stalker' or I'll Boycott
Random House should get Joe McGinniss out of house next door
By Caroline Miller, Newser Staff | Suggested by Kenja
Posted May 26, 2010 12:42 PM CDT
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(Newser) – Glenn Beck feels Sarah Palin's pain about new next-door neighbor/biographer Joe McGinniss, and he's making use of some of his not inconsiderable clout to make him go away. Beck thinks McGinniss' move is creepy, and tantamount to stalking—she calls it "a nightmare"—the better to work on his unauthorized book. Beck wants Random House to call McGinniss off, Mediaite reports. "If you don’t get control of your authors I will never mention a Random House book ever again," he said yesterday on his show.

"And I don’t know if you’ve noticed this," he added, to twist the knife a bit, "but I tend to sell books, not just my books, but books from other publishers." Click here for Palin's response to McGinniss' arrival.

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Jul 19, 2010 3:35 PM CDT
If anyone ever pulled my car over and tried to ask me about my hopey changy, they would get my foot up their tea bagger ass!
May 28, 2010 1:37 PM CDT
This is easy. Mr. McGinniss graciously agrees to move out. The owner rents to the other interested party, the National Enquirer! We all laugh at the utter stupidity of the clown circus on FOX.
May 28, 2010 12:41 PM CDT
oh no Glenn is going to boycott, what will the publisher do? I will take 2 when is it due out?