Dem Senator Al Franken doesn't like the question asked by conservative journalist Jason Matera, so he does what gangsters do. He roughs the journalist up. Franken has a history of physical assault.
Franken was "elected" in a Minnesota Senate race decided by 312 votes. On election day, 1099 felons voted, obviously not of their own inspiration, with 177 of them actually later convicted of voter fraud and 66 awaiting trial as of last August.
Obviously, all of the felons voted Democrat (felons are one of the Dems most reliable constituencies), so Franken won his election by fraud.
Franken gave the Dems the 60th vote in the Senate, without which Obamacare would not have passed.
I repeat: the deciding vote on Obamacare was cast by a "senator" who was not actually elected by his constituents, but obtained his seat by documented voter fraud.
Overt voter fraud that radically changes our nation's healthcare. Presidential and State Department lies about Benghazi to mislead the public before an election. Justice Department intimidation of journalists who won't cooperate in the Obama pre-election media campaign. IRS intimidation and interference to cripple the President's political opponents in the run-up to an election.
I wouldn't have asked this question a few years ago-- it's a dangerous question-- but it's unavoidable now.
To what extent is our government, as currently constituted, legitimate?