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Alabama Gov. Denies Having Affair With Top Female Aide, but Leaked Audio Seems to Suggest Otherwise - http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/03/24/alabama-gov-denies-having-affair-with-top-female-aide-but-leaked-audio-seems-to-suggest-otherwise/?utm_source=TheBlaze.com&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=story&utm_content=alabama-gov-denies-having-affair-with-top-female-aide-but-leaked-audio-seems-to-suggest-otherwise
Alabama gov. booked into jail for campaign finance violations http://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/328187-alabama-gov-booked-into-jail-for-campaign-finance-violations?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest
Robert Bentley: Alabama governor resigns over sex scandal
Horndog Ol’ Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley Had Sex Chats With God, All Is Forgiven-"...A spokesman for the Lord of Hosts was unable to confirm whether Bentley’s request for forgiveness had been granted, noting that the Almighty has been swamped all month with requests for intervention in the NCAA Basketball Tournament." ... Read more at http://wonkette.com/600351/horndog-ol-alabama-gov-robert-bentley-had-sex-chats-with-god-all-is-forgiven#Mm4BmXrgbqpZrHlJ.99
Alabama Gov Allegedly Dropped Some Serious Dough On Burner Phones
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley's (R) campaign committee spent a whopping $1,732.68 on “cell phones and prepaid wireless” at a Best Buy in 2015, according to campaign finance reports acquired by AL.com. The charges lend credence to the publication's Thursday story alleging that the governor used burner phones to communicate with a former top aide with whom he's been accused of having an affair.
Ethics panel finds probable cause Alabama 'Love Gov' Bentley broke law
June 24, 2015 -- Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (R) ordered the removal of four Confederate-era flags from the grounds of the state Capitol Wednesday morning, saying it was simply "the right thing to do." -- The flags were part of a confederate memorial at the Capitol in Montgomery. Two state workers came out Wednesday morning and "with no fanfare quickly and quietly" took down the first of the four, the battle flag, according to AL.com.