Ex-NFL Player Jay Cutler Opposes Mask Mandates, May Run for Tennessee School Board
WARNING: JOE BIDEN WANTS TO CRACK DOWN ON CONSERVATIVE NEWS AND CONTENT. Before you read, I want to strongly urge you to sign up for Todd’s free newsletter. It’s your only lifeline to conservative news and commentary. We can no longer rely on social media. Click here to subscribe.
Newsmax: Former NFL player Jay Cutler has signified that he could make a run at a Tennessee school board seat, citing his opposition to mask mandates.
Cutler, who once played for the Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears, mentioned he could run for a spot on the Williamson County Board of Education.
In responding to a tweet that mentions “doctors, parents call for masks in Williamson County Schools ahead of COVID-19 meeting,” Cutler wrote: “Not this parent. Really hope I’m not put in the corner by Twitter in my first 24 hrs.”
After that tweet, Cutler wrote again, asking: “How do you run for school board ? I need this info.”
That tweet was then followed by Cutler adding: “Doing school board research. Looks like a 2024 campaign for me.”
“August of 2024,” he wrote, “I need 100 signatures and a petition from the county. Going to start getting John Hancocks today.”
The former football star had posted on Twitter that he would be filming a commercial for Uber Eats, but due to a conflict over masks, Cutler responded that he lost that endorsement.
“Views aren’t aligned.’ Guess they don’t like future School board members. Frees up my weekend,” he tweeted.