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There are no real hate crimes


Legal InsurrectionTennessee’s now-former vaccine chief Michelle Fiscus claims she ran afoul of Republican state officials by urging teens as young as 14 to get vaccinated without parental consent.

In the brouhaha leading up to her eventual firing for “poor interpersonal communication skills, ineffective management and attempting to steer state money to a nonprofit she founded,” Fiscus claimed to have received a dog muzzle from Amazon.

She claims to have taken it as a message that she shut up about vaccinations. It has now been revealed by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security who investigated the incident that Fiscus sent the muzzle to herself via a secondary Amazon account using her personal American Express card.

All alleged hate crimes are to be assumed fake until proven otherwise. Unless terrorism... wait, no, not unless terrorism anymore.

"Unless the attacker is named Mohammed" is probably still a valid rule.

This entry was published Wed Aug 25 23:42:49 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-08-25 23:42:49.0. [Tweet]

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