Proof that elephants, the symbol of the Republican Party, have a natural distaste for RINOs
Inside Edition has the video of Sen. Jeff Flake being charged by a herd of wild elephants in Mozambique while ostensibly investigating the poaching of elephants for their prized ivory tusks. The trip took the delegation and their spouses to Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Flake’s former hangout, Namibia. Flake, who found a House niche of opposing wasteful spending, is partnering with Delaware Democrat Sen. Chris Coons on a bill that would provide taxpayer dollars to analyze the impact of poaching and recommend ways to halt the practice. Senate Bill 2385 is a companion piece of legislation to the Global Anti-Poaching Act being pushed by the lobbyists of the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Flake has spent considerable time in Africa. In the early 1990’s Jeff Flake worked as a Washington lobbyist for Rossing Uranium — one of the world’s largest suppliers of the nuclear fuel. He was registered as a foreign agent representing the company which operates a mine in Namibia. Flake earned between $5,000 and $7,000 per month opening doors in the nation’s capital and promoting the firm with financial ties to Iran. Now Obama has inconceivably concocted a nuclear deal with Iran that imperils the free world
Last July, Flake was the sole Republican invited by Obama to accompany him and an entourage of mostly Black Congressional Caucus members to Kenya.
Regarding the angry, stampeding elephants, Flake said, “It was pure terror. They started charging it wasn’t just one, it was several of them. We had to turn the jeep around really quickly and get out of there.”
His description of the anger sounds strikingly similar to the reception he and his mentor John McCain received from elected state delegates at the annual Statutory Meeting of the State Committee of the Arizona Republican Party.