I'll Be Sure To File That Report Just As Soon As I Fix My Glasses
Mao Tse-tung once said politics is war without bloodshed.
Unless you're Greg Gianforte.
The Montana Republican candidate for Congress literally body slammed a reporter who asked him about health care.
Ben Jacobs of The Guardian says he's okay after "going to get my elbow checked out." But in these times, it seems like journalists are increasingly being targeted for doing their First Amendment jobs.
Last week, a Congressional Quarterly reporter was pinned against a wall by FCC security guards for trying to ask a Commissioner a question.
Earlier this month, a Public News Service West Virginia reporter was arrested when he asked HHS Secretary Tom Price about health care.