Joining the bulk of his GOP colleagues who believe telling lies is preferable to the alternatives:
Bingham acknowledged that he made the initial statement and said he thinks East was actually driving between 60 to 70 mph. "I couldn't see the speedometer," Bingham said Friday. "He just mashed the pedal, and it pushed me back in the seat. We were having a good time."
That might be believable if you hadn't also talked about speeding on your motorcycles earlier, where you had your own speedometer to look at. With that context, the only thing we can believe for sure is that you're a liar.