A reporter is in a corridor in a public school and is trying to ask a question of a man who is running to be a senator in these Untied States of America.
Before I continue, may I offer a brief definition of a “public school” as “an institution of learning that is financed by taxpayer dollars.”
Private security guards for the candidate HANDCUFF THE REPORTER, drag him down the hall and detain him for 25 minutes.
Before I continue, may I offer a brief definition of a “private security guard” as a “goon who is hired by a Senate campaign for money to be a goon.”
This actually happened. The candidate was Joe Miller, who is running for Senate in Alaska. The reporter was Tony Hopfinger, who edits the website Alaska Dispatch. It happened as Hopfinger tried to ask Miller questions at Central Middle School in Anchorage on Sunday.
This is NOT acceptable.