Someone at the Washington State Department of Health’s social media department had some extra time on their hands and decided to come up with this winner of a graphic. Did you know that wearing a mask makes you a superhero?
Keeping people safe, one mask at a time. pic.twitter.com/bVChen1YM6
— WA Dept. of Health (@WADeptHealth) January 14, 2022
Disney’s pretty lawsuit-happy … let’s hope they go for a take-down order.
You are so full of shit.
— The Artist Formerly Known As @#$ (@corrcomm) January 15, 2022
Did you know that unless it's an N95 then it really is nothing more than a costume?
— Mordes Pinder (@MordesPinder) January 14, 2022
CNN’s medical adviser and others are coming right out and admitting it now; cloth masks are nothing more than facial decoration when it comes to preventing the spread of the Omicron variant.
A state employee got paid around $30 an hour to come up with this shit. Trust me, I am a state employee.
— DavinWatkins (@DavinWatkins3) January 15, 2022
Looks like it took 10 minutes.
Show us the science that says wearing cloth over our face works.
— Jessica Smith (@Jessicanw66) January 14, 2022
WA Dept. of Propaganda. 🙄 Gross. These are examples of FICTIONAL people with fictional advanced tech suits/masks that provide air, not dirty fabric which doesn't block COVID. Join us in reality, propagandists.
— Jane ن 🇺🇲⚾ (@TheLadyJane) January 15, 2022
If I were you guys I'd take this down pretty quick, it shows the sheer stupidity of the people who work in your department. Especially those who have been brainwashed. You guys don't really give out any useful information anymore, it's all biased with the narrative.
— Chris (@Articwelder) January 15, 2022
Oh shut up. They don’t work.
— Nathan Hurst (@Nathan_hrst) January 15, 2022
We’re not listening to you anymore
— Cindy (@Cindy39792248) January 14, 2022
— Fluid and Penrahku (@BrianRenninger6) January 15, 2022
You're no doubt aware that superheroes are fictional characters, and talking to people like middle-school kids is the wrong way to establish your credibility.
— RINO Watch 4 WA Elections (@Visegrip5) January 15, 2022
Aiming propaganda at children is abuse.
— Liberals Are Destroying WA (@libsinWA) January 15, 2022
Propaganda is strong with this one pic.twitter.com/gdsVwJrv9T
— nagolympian (@Nagolympian) January 15, 2022
It can go the other way too pic.twitter.com/1Ur5kjrN97
— G.I. Jon (@Grumpy18B) January 15, 2022
— Geo FPV 🇺🇸 (@GeoFPV) January 15, 2022
— Muckraker Studio (@MuckrakerStudi0) January 14, 2022
This is definitely going to convince people. Well done.
— Hollaria Briden, Esq. (@HollyBriden) January 15, 2022
Are they aiming for 11-year-olds on Twitter?
‘NOT OK!!’: Dr. Sanjay Gupta holds a CNN town hall with Big Bird to promote COVID vaccinations for children https://t.co/Ugxvw37KMv
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 9, 2021