Patricia Todd, who was the first openly gay lawmaker elected to Alabama's legislature, took to social media to vent about Ivey's perceived hypocrisy after the Governor signed an anti-LGBT law.
"Will someone out her for God's sake.I have heard for years that she is gay and moved her girlfriend out of her house when she became Gov".
Speaking of political hacks, previously Ivey said that she believed that Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore was a child molester, but was voting for him anyway, because he was a Republican.
Ivey's GOP gubernatorial rival Scott Dawson cited WHNT's reporting Tuesday and criticized the governor concerning Free2Be.
Ivey, who is up for election this year, branded the claim a "disgusting lie" - and Todd suffered a sustained backlash in the wake of the comments.
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"This has been a challenging situation". "The Alliance's collective commitment, to create a safer, more inclusive community for all, includes removing the threat of shame from being a member of our community, and accepting all who join us".
Ivey said any suggestion that she is gay - which again, we repeat, she says she is not - is indicative of today's broken political climate.
Todd replied, "ask her directly if she has ever had a relationship with a woman", AL.com reported. "I'll catch some flak for it, but I feel a responsibility - not as the "head queer" - to hold people accountable". "So be careful when you start throwing that brick". "We can do better than that lets talk about the issues let's talk about what your gonna do in office let's don't level personal attacks on people".