A recording of the robocall, that has managed to get Dennis Fusaro charged by a Maryland prosecutor, has emerged.
Fusaro was the 2014 campaign manager of Democratic County Council candidate Patrick Armstrong's opponent, Republican Councilman Michael Anthony Peroutka.
Armstrong is the one mentioned in the tape as "coming out of the closest" in support of the "bathroom bill" for transgenders.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Christopher Kachouroff, attorney for Fusaro dubbed the message as"political satire."
Fusaro faces up to 2 years in jail if convicted.
(SEE: Dennis Fusaro Charged by Maryland Prosecutor for Transgender Robocall Effort)