“I’d be bored without doing it. I’d say that’s probably one of my, one of the decision factors…”
MADISON, Wis. – Ron Johnson, who has outright said he hasn’t been “particularly successful” in the Senate, just admitted that one of the “factors” in deciding to run for re-election and break his two term pledge is because he’d “be bored without doing it.”
“Wisconsinites deserve a senator who is working to serve our state, not stave off their boredom,” said Democratic Party of Wisconsin Senate Communications Advisor Philip Shulman.
- Admitting he did not read the infrastructure bill before voting against it
- Championing efforts to repeal protections for pre-existing conditions and spike health care costs
- Voting for the GOP tax bill that rewarded companies that outsource jobs
- Fighting “as hard as he could” against a bill cracking down on China