Updated: Sen. Jeff Flake on Meet The Press: Green Acre’s Dog Boarding, Austin & Logan Flake & The Sociopathic Business Model™
Updated: May 8, 2016, Arizona Senator Jeff Flake was Chuck Todd’s Meet The Press discussing Trump and the Republican party.
@JeffFlake saw you on MTP, you’re going to talk yourself out of your job.
— MadeNCalifornia (@Senoj91602) May 8, 2016
It’s certainly inconsistent & contradictory for a politician, like Jeff Flake, not to promote when he’s on a national news program like Meet The Press. Maybe he didn’t want to give Arizona viewers the chance to question his ethics, don’t worry, people still did anyway.
June 22, 2015
— Diana Romanos (@romdia) June 20, 2015
The Flakes, Austin and Logan, were indicted and each faced 21 felony and seven misdemeanor animal cruelty charges for killing 23 dogs in their care at Green Acre Dog Boarding in June of 2014. Today the Flakes announced they’re seeking $8 million in damages from Maricopa County on claims that Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his agency “constructed a conspiracy” to indict them and harm their reputations. Yep let that sink in, the victimizers of abuse (who killed family pets) have now turned their abuse not only the victim’s families but also the taxpayers of Maricopa County.
98% of grand jury federal indictments end in either a criminal trial or plead out, so the idea that this case was dismissed, is suspect, at best.
— jaynecurtis (@jaynecurtis31) June 19, 2015
Authorities said the dogs died from overheating and suffocation caused by sweltering conditionsin a cramped 9-by-12 room they were kept in overnight. At the time, the Flakes, who live in Utah, were running the facility while the owners, Logan Flake’s parents, Jesse Todd and MaLeisa Hughes, were out of town. Austin Flake is the son of U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona.
Austin & Logan Flake harmed their reputations when their own negative truth they’d rather remain hidden was exposed hurting their image and costing them profits. The Flake’s lack of accountability while placing blame on others and creating hopelessness in the victim’s families are tactics right out of The Sociopathic Business Model™. The Flakes claim that Austin’s father’s political affiliation was the reason for the investigation and not the fact they were responsible for killing people’s pets which is inconsistent & contradictory to getting the charges dismissed and then turning around and suing basically taxpayers (who will have to foot the bill). Austin’s father’s political affiliaction could certainly explain how all the animal cruelty charges were dismissed in relation to the Green Acre Dog Boarding case, to the outrage of the pet owners and community.
Attorneys for the Flakes say they filed a notice of claim, or a precursor to a lawsuit, with Maricopa County on Thursday. According to the document, the Flakes suffered “indescribable mental anguish and distress, and irreparable injury to their good names and reputations and future prospects” as a result of the Green Acre Dog Boarding investigation.
You’re kidding me, right? They suffered “indescribable mental anguish and distress?” Well that’s certainly insulting and demeaning to the real victims and their families. The Flakes should count their blessings (or Daddy’s influence) that they’re not in jail first animal cruelty/ business negligence and now for a second time for defrauding Maricopa County taxpayers with a frivolous lawsuit designed to place blame without taking any accountability. Please boycott any business Austin & Logan Flake, Jesse Todd and MaLeisa Hughes own (or will own-changing a business name to distance from past unethical and or illegal behavior is common) and DEMAND U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, who just today returned money from a White Supremacist who influenced Charleston suspect, remove himself from office. These unethical people have cost the Arizona taxpayers enough!
But maybe there will be justice:
— Justice 4 Charlotte (@nyj4charlotte) June 15, 2015
— Justice 4 Charlotte (@nyj4charlotte) June 22, 2015
— Valerie (@TheGilbert23Mom) June 22, 2015