Elitist prick.

Via Mediaite:

MSNBC host Chris Matthews had tough words for Sens. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Rand Paul (R-KY) who pointedly questioned Sec. Hillary Clinton today regarding her role in the September 11, 2012, attack on an American consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Matthews called Johnson a “pissant” due to his harsh line of questioning and said that Johnson is only in the Senate due to a low turnout election in 2010. “He doesn’t represent anybody,” Matthews scoffed. He suggested that he thinks off-year and midterm elections should be abolished, forcing all lawmakers to run on a national ticket. […]

“That was kind of a pissant performance by this guy from Wisconsin,” Matthews opined after playing the clip of their exchange. “I don’t know how these guys get over the wall into American politics.”

“I think they won in a very low turnout election in Wisconsin,” Matthews added. He said he believes that all elections should be national elections to ensure that senators like Ron Johnson face an electorate that is not “weird” and “warped.”

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