Robert Bentley

Family Values

Well, I love you, I do. And ah, you know I just — I worry sometimes I love so you much. I worry about loving you so much.

Let me kiss your ear. Oh shoot. Let me kiss that left ear, OK? Can I whisper something in that sweet ear?

Hey, I love you. I love touching you. I do. Hey, I do, I do love putting my hands (inaudible) and just pulling you in real tight. I do, I do, I do enjoy that.

But, baby, let me tell you what we’re gonna have to do, we’re gon’ have to start locking the door. If we’re gonna do what we did the other day we’re gonna have to start locking the door.

You know what, it is kinda scary. Somebody open that door? Mmm.

You’d kiss me? I love that. You know I do love that. You know what? When I stand behind you and I put my arms around you, and I put my hands on your breasts, and I put my hands on you and pull you in real close. Hey, I love that, too.

– Family values Republican Governor of Alabama, Robert Bentley, 2016, in conversations with his mistress

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