Sarah Palin’s Book Ghostwritten by Associate of White Supremacist McCain
Sarah Palin’s soon-to-be-released book was ghostwritten by Lynn Vincent.
Who’s Lynn Vincent? She’s the co-author of a book with white supremacist blogger Robert Stacy McCain.
Vincent is also a credited author on “Donkey Cons: Sex, Crime, and Corruption in the Democratic Party,” a take-down of the Democrats co-written by conservative author Robert Stacy McCain.
Previous LGF posts about Robert Stacy McCain’s connections to neo-Nazis and white supremacist organizations:
A Response to Stephen Green (With Link)
Robert Stacy McCain’s Angry Departure From the Washington Times
The Other ‘Other McCain’
Audio: Robert Stacy McCain on Alan Colmes Radio Show
UPDATE at 9/29/09 7:22:24 pm:
More details on Lynn Vincent’s involvement in Palin’s book: S.D. ghostwriter mum on Sarah Palin memoir.
One San Diegan knows all the details of Sarah Palin’s soon-to-be released memoir, but don’t ask her about it. She can’t tell.
Lynn Vincent, Palin’s ghostwriter, has signed a non-disclosure agreement. She has been hard at work on the book for the past few months with Palin, the former Alaska governor and John McCain’s running mate.
So quick did their writing progress that the publisher announced yesterday that the 400-page memoir’s release date, originally scheduled for spring, has been moved up to Nov. 17, with an e-book version following on Dec. 26.
After resigning as governor in late July, Palin spent most of August in San Diego working with Vincent on the book, “Going Rogue: An American Life.” Rumors swirled about Palin sightings at Vincent’s condo complex in north San Diego County. Palin reportedly was joined here by her family and top aide, Meghan Stapleton. This month, Palin huddled with her editors in New York.
UPDATE at 9/29/09 7:50:03 pm:
Lynn Vincent and Robert Stacy McCain’s blog: Donkey Cons.
UPDATE at 9/29/09 8:00:39 pm:
A reminder of Robert Stacy McCain’s feelings on the subject of interracial marriage.
“[T]he media now force interracial images into the public mind and a number of perfectly rational people react to these images with an altogether natural revulsion. The white person who does not mind transacting business with a black bank clerk may yet be averse to accepting the clerk as his sister-in-law, and THIS IS NOT RACISM, no matter what Madison Avenue, Hollywood and Washington tell us.”
UPDATE at 9/29/09 8:03:30 pm:
Here’s Lynn Vincent claiming that abortion is Black genocide.
And here’s Lynn Vincent arguing in favor of creationism: Science vs. science.
UPDATE at 9/29/09 8:45:45 pm:
If you’re going out shopping for a ghostwriter, how hard is it to find reputable people without extremist views and associations?
There are thousands of people who could have done this job. Sarah Palin picked one who is an extreme anti-abortion creationist, associated with an open white supremacist.
Bad judgment doesn’t even begin to describe this.