MSNBC Analyst Complains It’s “Unfortunate” Voters Shape Public Policy

MSNBC Pundit Elise Jordan thinks it’s unfortunate that VOTERS shape public policy.

Uh, what kind of a system does she want instead? A dictatorship where the liberal media chooses instead?

From Lifezette

MSNBC political analyst Elise Jordan complained Wednesday about how “unfortunate” it is that the Republican Party’s ability to craft its tax reform bill with a congressional majority resulted from “how you voted in an election.”

Yes, she really did say that. LifeZette replayed the video clip multiple times.

The House and the Senate reached a deal Wednesday in reconciling their separate bills — a move that brings President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to deliver tax reform closer to fruition. But Jordan, a Time magazine columnist, took issue with the fact that presidential and congressional elections have consequences.

“And I think it’s unfortunate that we are designing — that we are designing public policy in a way that, you know, comes down to how you voted in an election,” Jordan said.

You can watch the video here. 


  1. Terry
  2. Derp Award