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February 28, 2022
FEMA Guidelines: In Event of Nuclear Armageddon, Wear a Mask and Social Distance (UPDATED)
UPDATE: Whoops. According to Reuters, the change was made around November 11, 2020. While that was 4 days after Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 election, the change was still made during the previous administration. We regret the error.
If you follow the political science, you know it's safe to take your mask off prior to Joe Biden's SOTU. NBC News reports the Biden admin "suggested" to CDC that they update their guidelines pre-speech. The House physician went from mandating masks AND negative tests for the SOTU to saying "never mind." Even NY Governor Kathy Hochul is dropping school mask mandates... the day after Biden's speech. But it looks like no one told FEMA the political science changed. In the event of nukes falling from the sky, they want you masked up and six feet apart.
LIbsofTikTok made the discovery. When the website gets changed, these are the screen captures:
In case of a nuclear explosion, FEMA warns to try to keep 6 ft social distance and wear a mask for covid. You can’t make this up pic.twitter.com/LfxFX1dZoS
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) February 27, 2022
Worst-case scenario. A nuke goes off or you have sufficient warning that a nuke is about to go off because if the nuke already went off, you'd be dead (and most likely marked as a COVID death). If you made it to the bomb shelter, FEMA says the most important thing for you to do is make sure you are wearing a mask (if you're not with people from your household) and stay six feet away from everyone.
Let's say you were injured in the middle of nuclear armageddon. Call 911 and let them know you are having an emergency but not until after you let them know if you think you have COVID. Also, make sure you put a mask on before help arrives.
Then there is this bit that needs to be read verbatim: "Many people may already feel fear and anxiety about the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). The threat of a nuclear explosion can add additional stress."
One might be inclined to believe these guidelines were updated at the start of the pandemic. And not as a result of the word "nuke" entering the global discourse due to the crisis in Ukraine.
Looks like this page was just updated 2 days ago... pic.twitter.com/ovXy7t8fMz
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) February 28, 2022
Someone employed by our federal government updated "what to do in the event of a nuclear attack" on Friday to include virtue signaling about the coronavirus. I suppose there is a chance that FEMA was infiltrated by a BASED IT guy who made the changes knowing we would pick up on them and mock accordingly. The most likely reason is that someone saw the word "nuke" in the news, and never got the memo that the political science surrounding COVID changed. There is someone being paid with your tax dollars who believes in the event of a nuclear attack, you should worry about catching COVID.
Our government is run by nincompoops.
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