‘Family Values” Republican Governor Expelled From Church For Sexually Explicit Voicemail


Alabama Governor, Robert Bentley, is a bible-thumping, church-going Republican, who has had a lot of attention lately. Not only attention¬†for being the governor but sexual attention as well, from fellow church goers! In a released sound clip, Bentley is heard speaking with a fellow church member while both of the parties involved are married. As with most tight knit church communities, full of gossip, arguments, and secret resentment, this behavior gaining attention won’t cut it and the parties involved were expelled from their church.

According to Christian Today,

‘In the audio recording, Bentley tells Mason, “I love you. I love to talk to you. Baby, let me tell you what we’re going to have to start doing, we’re going to have to start locking the door. If we are going to do what we did the other day, we are going to have to start locking the door.” ‘

then adds,

‘Bentley denied that he had a “physical affair with Mrs. Mason,” ‘

Bentley is not only a cheater, who has brought shame on himself, his family, and his church; he is a liar, too! It is evident from the audio clip that Bentley and Mason had a physical affair. In the Audio Clip Bentley said things such as, “If we are going to do what we did the other day,” “When I stand behind you, and I put my arms around you,” and “hey, I love that too, putting my hands under you.”

Due to his acts and defying the sanctity of marriage, Bentley was expelled form the church. Christian Today quotes The First Baptist Church of Tuscaloosa’s pastor saying,

‘While church discipline is a church family matter, both Governor Robert Bentley and Mrs. Rebekah Mason are no longer members of First Baptist Church Tuscaloosa. I continue to pray for each of them.’

Bentley has been stripped from his position as Deacon at the church, his wife filed for divorce, and all of the church members, along with the people of Alabama, and now the rest of America, knows what kind of a lying, cheating, slimy being Bentley is. Though no longer a member of the church, Bentley will not resign from his position as governor and we will see how the next election plays out.

Listen to the audio below!

Video courtesy of AL.com via YouTube.

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