Back in September, the White House was awfully fond of promoting Obamacare with images from the “Adorable Care Act,” a Twitter account created by a former Obama campaign staffer.

Sad Panda was swiftly countered by more realistic photos from Obamacare’s wild kingdom. And some Adorable Care Act pics, like the lab mouse on a swing, turned out to be more prescient than intended. Under Obamacare, we are all lab mice now.

But would you look at that? The Adorable Care Act’s last fuzzy-wuzzy animal tweet was on October 9, little more than a week after HealthCare.gov’s humiliating launch.

On October 15, @AdorableCareAct complained that a font conversion website was — what’s the word? — glitchy.

https://twitter.com/AdorableCareAct/status/390292759325597697

Really? That’s the troubled website on your mind? Deflect like there’s no tomorrow!

The account’s most recent tweet, on October 19, was an HHS.gov propaganda retweet.

Since then? Silence. Screamingly loud, oh-so-telling silence.

But wait … was @AdorableCareAct more influential than anyone suspected?

Dude!