Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Mullin: my term limits pledge didn't matter because "my life experience changed"

Congressman Markwayne Mullin, now running for U.S. Senate after Jim Inhofe announced his retirement, famously broke - a term limits pledge in 2018 when he ran for his fourth term in the U.S. House (he's now finishing up his fifth).

Reporter Reese Gorman of The Frontier caught up with Mullin at a recent event, and asked a good question:

Mullin has had four years to come up with an answer for why he broke his word. "My life experience changed" is apparently the best he's got. Such a lame excuse, and very confidance building for his future commitments.

Some of the reactions to this clip were spot on:

Remember this answer any time you hear Mullin give his word, or pledge, or say he'll do any thing. His life experience might change afterwards, so don't count on him keeping with it.


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