Tennessee County Considers Adding Pfizer Lobbyist To School Board That Sets COVID Policy For Kids

Tennessee County Considers Adding Pfizer Lobbyist To School Board That Sets COVID Policy For Kids


A Tennessee county embroiled in arguments over whether to mask kids is considering adding a Pfizer lobbyist to its school board.

Williamson County School Board Member Brad Fiscus first announced that he was stepping down from his position in August following months of advocating for anti-science mask mandates for schoolchildren. Fiscus blamed his resignation on his family’s decision to relocate after his wife Michelle Fiscus, Tennessee’s former top vaccine official, was fired for promoting a memo on a state law that reportedly allowed kids to get vaccinated without their parents’ consent. She was later ridiculed for demanding a government investigation into a dog muzzle she ordered to her office and claimed was sent as a threat.

Up until last week, 10 candidates were vying to

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