Apparently it's a sensitive topic.
Jason Mattera asked Harry Reid "how did you become so rich working in government," and the senator's bodyguard then seemingly threw the intrepid reporter against a wall as reported by Matt Fox for the Daily Surge: "with a net worth as high as $6.7 million -- and living arrangements that include permanent accommodations at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, D.C. -- Mattera believes taxpayers deserve answers about how Senator Reid made all his earnings while living on a government salary."
It's funny because FBI Director James Comey this week on 60 Minutes says "Americans should continue to question authority," and he "encourages Americans to remain 'deeply skeptical' of the government" as reported by Ginger Adams Otis for the Daily News: "'you cannot trust people in power,' he added."
If Director Comey actually believes what he says, then perhaps he should send some special agents over to Senator Reid's office to explain the First Amendment and arrest his bodyguard for an apparent assault.
Further reading that may be of interest: