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During a Thursday press conference, one of the most obscure of Lindsey Graham's six primary challengers decided to troll the two-term Republican senator from South Carolina about his sexuality, calling Graham "ambiguously gay." "It's about time that South Carolina [says] hey, we're tired of the ambiguously gay senator from South Carolina," said Dave Feliciano, an Iraq war vet who quit his job as a police officer to run for office.
The press conference followed an event where the primary candidates signed a pledge promising to support each other if any of them make it as far as the runoff election.
I'm sure hundreds of 'em are gonna be jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge -- but I ain't available." The Daily Beast reached out to Feliciano for clarification about his "ambiguously gay" statement. It means that he says he's not [gay], but based on public perception and internet searches, it appears that he is. "If you go to my website, I have a whole spot on there about what I think about homosexuals.He was all laughs, calling it "a way to push my platform." The phrase, he said, "means -- have you ever watched the old SNL skit, The Ambiguously Gay Duo? I don't know one way or the other."Feliciano claimed that his comment is "a sentiment that I share [with] most of South Carolina…But all of those politicians are afraid to say it, because they care more about being a politician than telling the truth." He also denied the accusations of homophobia which immediately followed his remarks. I have some dear friends that I cherish, and I've actually put this to them and said, 'hey, what do you guys think [about Senator Graham]?' And they said, 'man, that guy's gay!' The other candidates got all scared and stuff and they were running to their press people, because they don't really know gay people. " Feliciano laughed that he would "absolutely not" be surprised if it ever surfaced that Senator Graham was involved with gay prostitutes. How many scandals have we heard of these guys running around?
I mean, it's just bound to come out -- if he's gay! I just thought it was funny." On Feliciano's website, he says that he does not think the Federal government should play a role in regulating marriage.The candidate's website goes on to to explain that Feliciano believes "to some, not all, homosexuality is not a choice.There are some who were born legitimately desiring the same sex.Then there are others who are recruited into that lifestyle(My gay friends know exactly what I am talking about……).