During a discussion on 'The Chris Matthews Show' about privacy in the U.S., in light of the role security cameras played in Boston this past week, newswoman Lesley Stahl recently suggested that Americans are going to have start wearing burqas, which cover everything except the eyes.
"Can we go back to what Bob [Woodward] had mentioned about privacy?" said Stahl. "Because, yes, we have something brilliant happened here, but it happened because the tools that they are using are the tools that deprive us of any kind of anonymity in our own lives. We will never be able to go anywhere."
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"We're all going to end up wearing burqas. I’m telling you, we are," added Stahl.