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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Rep. Mary Bentley's website now supports gay rights

Posted By on Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 8:00 AM

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Republican State Rep. Mary Bentley of Perryville isn't a friendly sort (remember when she tried to throw her weight around to run off wildlife officers with a complaint about wildlife baiting in the national forest by her husband)?

So I'm guessing she won't be happy to find out that someone has apparently taken over the registration of her website (still listed on her Twitter account).

You are redirected to the Human Rights Campaign page shown above, which happens to feature a video by equal rights crusaders Tippi McCullough and Barbara Mariani of Little Rock. Bentley is an outspoken legislative foe of anything that smacks of equal treatment of gay people.

Unclear at this moment if this is a hack or a case of someone picking up an expired url registration. (The latter appears to be the case says our tech wizard.)

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