Actress and #MeToo activist Alyssa Milano attempted to show just how safe she was being by wearing a face mask to protect her from coronavirus. So she wore a crocheted mask that has giant holes.
Milano attempted to virtue-signal about how she was being safe and wearing a face mask. The internet was more than willing to point out the major flaw in the resistance crusader's knitted face mask.
"Show me your masks! Masks keep people safe and healthy. Show me yours! Ready? Go! #WearAMask," Milano tweeted on Saturday. She included a photo of her family and her mask.
Milano claims that there is a white-colored carbon filter underneath the crocheted mask. There is debate as to whether or not carbon filters are effective against COVID-19.
Never-the-less, the internet mercilessly mocked the actress for her knitted face mask.
Hate to see it.