Earlier today, we told you about a Pennsylvania legislator who accused her primary opponent of pretending to be bisexual in order to get votes from the large LGBT community in her Philadelphia district.
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At a fundraiser a week ago, state Rep. Babette Josephs (D) told supporters that they couldn't trust her opponent, Gregg Kravitz, not to cheat at the polls. He had lied before, she said.
"I outed him as a straight person," she said, "and now he goes around telling people, quote, 'I swing both ways.'"
Reached this afternoon by TPM, however, she backed off a little from her claims.
"I don't even care, because a person's sexuality has nothing to do with any of this," Josephs said.
She may have thought better of it since Kravitz has accused her of "sending a damaging message" to the LGBT community, especially young people, by mocking his sexuality (which he maintains is sincere).