You’d think that after Jussie Smollett in 2019 and Bubba Wallace in 2020 that the ol’ ‘Fake Noose’ fad would be done with…. and you’d be wrong. It’s 2021 and we’ve moved on to ‘mailing muzzles’? Stop the planet, it’s time to get off. Michelle Fiscus, the FORMER Tennessee Director of immunization programs can now join the illustrious club of disgraced public figures who attempted to rescue their floundering careers by faking a ‘hate crime’ against them. The State’s leading COVID Fear Monger, Fiscus has publicly claimed that someone anonymously sent a muzzle to her as a ‘message’.
“Someone wanted to send a message to tell her to stop talking, they thought it would be a threat to her,” Brad Fiscus told the Tennessean.
Maybe The COVID Fear Monger Lost The Return Slip
Here’s the story: an investigation mounted by the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security, which she allegedly requested, has revealed that Fiscus, who claimed to everyone up to and including CNN’s Anderson Cooper that the muzzle was sent to her anonymously to her office in the Nashville Capitol complex, seems to have sent it herself… since they traced the purchase via Amazon to her own credit card.
Regarding the muzzle: I ASKED Homeland Security to investigate the origin. Just provided a redacted HS report by Axios Nashville. Report says a second account was made under my name from a phone in WA? Waiting on unredacted report. Hold tight. No, I didn't send it to myself.
— Michelle Fiscus MD,FAAP (@drfixus) August 16, 2021
Why Would Someone Want To “Muzzle” Fiscus
Michelle Fiscus ran afoul of the Tennessee government when like so many on the left she preferred to make an end-run around parents and counseled physicians and public schools in a memo to push COVID19 vaccinations for minors without parental consent under a “mature minor doctrine” that “allows physicians to decide whether minors have the “capacity to consent to vaccination themselves,” per CNN.
According to Axios, “Fiscus, who denied sending herself the muzzle in a Monday tweet, has characterized her firing as a political move driven by Republican state officials after she shared a memo citing state law about whether adolescents can seek medical care, including a COVID vaccine, without their parents’ permission.”
Of course, the former Director blames Republicans and “the politicization of vaccinations” for her termination which was “without cause”, when much like the muzzle in the mail, she has no one to blame but herself.