It is a well-known fact that Republican Rep. Paul Broun has many animals in his office.
He hunted all of the animals himself.
They loom over everything he does.
Broun told BuzzFeed that his hunting life started early. “When I was young I would go out quail hunting with my father,” Broun said. “He would shoot ‘em and I would go out into the field and fetch ‘em.” Broun said he learned to shoot from both his mother and father and that hunting was apart of life. “I used to have a shotgun in the car I drove to school every day when I was a kid,” Broun said. “It was just a part of life.” Broun started in politics as a lobbyist for Safari Club International, a pro-hunting, conservation organization. The congressman has hunted all over the world including Alaska, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Botswana.
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