Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey Denies Being Closeted Lesbian

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey Denies Being Closeted Lesbian

Rep. Todd, herself an out lesbian, took to Facebook and Twitter yesterday calling for someone to "out" the Republican governor.

The Ivey campaign is vigorously denying the accusation.

In this case, Todd made her comment on Twitter and Facebook but has since either removed or protected those posts.

"The Ivey Administration has betrayed Alabama values, by giving almost $1 million dollars, taxpayer dollars to Free2Be, an activist organization that promotes transgenderism and alternative lifestyles to Alabama children", Dawson said.

Tweeted Todd: "Will someone out her for God's sake...."

"It's an identity issue", she said.

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey Denies Being Closeted Lesbian

Ivey, 73, is single and has been divorced twice. "This bill is not about discrimination, but instead protects the ability of religious agencies to place vulnerable children in a permanent home", she said in a statement. "In 2013, Alabama was notified that at least 10 percent of the grant dollars given to the state under the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) must be given to agencies that provide services to underserved populations", the release said. The outspoken Todd might be remembered by LGBT Alabamans for her attempt to revise the state's archaic sex ed guidelines that include lessons on homosexuality being socially unacceptable.

"It isn't often that presidents follow through on their promises; yet, President Trump is proving time and again that he isn't like most presidents", said Ivey.

Former legislator Patricia Todd's tweet went out at 7:33 p.m. Tuesday and quickly spread across the state.

"We live in a great state and we want to change the conversation". "It's mind boggling. And these are the people that call themselves Christians".

In a Tuesday news conference, evangelist and Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Dawson said Ivey "betrays our values" with the grants to Free2Be.

"The views espoused by Free2Be, nor the extension of a grant to the program, do not represent Governor Ivey's personal views and simply represent a requirement and demand from the federal government", the statement from Ivey's office read.

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