U.S. Rep. Tom Marino goes on the record to defend his record to fight drug abuse.
Thank you so much for doing this, Mr. Marino. Did his opponents, 60 Minutes, and The Washington Post, really do a “hatchet job on him” or did they simply shed some light on the issue. I am glad he did at least admit to accepting pharmaceutical campaign contributions of approximately $134,000 toward his 2016 election campaign.
If he thinks people believe him when he says that those contributions in “no way” influence how he votes, think again!
Hopefully, the voters will remember this in 2018 and Mr. Marino will be looking for a new job and not in politics.