New Evidence Exposes Disturbing Hate Crime Hoax

New Evidence Exposes Disturbing Hate Crime Hoax

( – In July, the Tennessee Department of Health fired vaccine chief Dr. Michelle Fiscus days after she allegedly received a dog muzzle in the mail. She then went on a media blitz claiming Republicans were trying to silence her. New information shows her claims of harassment might not be what they seem.

On August 16, the Tennessee Special Investigations Bureau released the results of an investigation conducted into Fiscus’ claims about the muzzle. The agency found something shocking — evidence that she purchased the item herself. Department of Safety and Homeland Security Special Agent Julia McKee spoke to someone at Amazon who said it looked like the doctor sent the muzzle to herself. Investigators then reportedly traced the purchase back to a credit card in the former official’s name.

Fiscus and her family denied ever purchasing the muzzle. It was also not archived in their recent purchases on Amazon.

After her firing, Fiscus claimed GOP officials were mad because she shared a memo citing state law to argue kids could receive the COVID-19 vaccine and other medical treatments without their parents’ permission. Special Agent Mario Vigil concluded there was no evidence someone sent the item to threaten Fiscus. She took to Twitter to deny the investigators’ conclusion.

It looks like Michelle Fiscus has no plans to admit to sending herself the muzzle, even as evidence piles up to contradict her.

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