Governor Who ‘Could Not’ Support Trump Over Sexual Comments Resigns Over Sex Scandal

Governor Who ‘Could Not’ Support Trump Over Sexual Comments Resigns Over Sex Scandal

Former Alabama Governor, Robert Bentley, resigned in disgrace Monday after a sordid extramarital affair with a staff member came to light. Audio footage has been released incriminating former Governor Bentley beyond a shadow of a doubt of not only adultery, but also of using state funds to try and cover-up the affair.

The incriminating audio on the next page is of former governor Bentley talking in great detail about his mistress’s breasts and how it felt to reach his arms around her and ‘pull her in real close’ from behind.

Those don’t really sound like the words of a man who claimed to be shocked, outraged, and morally appalled by President Trump’s secretly recorded offhand remarks back in 2005.

The recent resignation of former Alabama Governor, Robert Bentley, has been generating much controversy.

“If we’re going to do what we did the other day we’re going to have to start locking the door.”

The audio and quote above is indeed from a talk with his mistress but it also goes on to reveal his calculated strategy to intentionally dope the media, and the American people to further his own personal agenda.

Bentley went as far as to remove his support from Trump and publicly berate him numerous times for not having common decency and his family in order.

“Bentley withdrew his support for Trump after previously saying he would vote for him. The governor said Trump was not his first choice.

“I endorsed Gov. John Kasich for president, because I felt like he was the most qualified and the best person to lead our nation,” Bentley said in a statement. “I certainly won’t vote for Hillary Clinton, but I cannot and will not vote for Donald Trump.”

In a video, Trump apologized for his remarks saying he was wrong and had said foolish things, but words and actions are not the same thing. He called the comments a distraction and pointed to the behavior of Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton.

“I’d never withdraw,” Trump said in an interview with The Washington Post.

Trump’s Alabama campaign chairman, Perry Hooper, Jr., said Saturday that he respectfully disagreed.

“The statements that Mr. Trump said in 2005 we’re inappropriate and Mr. Trump apologized. But Mr. Trump knows today that our country is a stake,” Hooper said.”

This is highly interesting in context that at this very same exact time, former Governor Bentley was engaged in an extramarital affair, his wife was compiling evidence against him for being unfaithful and preparing to leave him, and watchdogs were beginning to quietly investigate rumors of political corruption and the use of state funds for personal use, bribery to cover up his affair.

Here is the ‘sex tape’ he recorded that got him busted:

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