Dean Cain calls it ‘ridiculous’ that he had to wear a mask

Dean Cain lashed out at critics on Twitter, who lashed out after the actor said he found it absurd that he had to wear a face mask on flights to and from Canada.

“Thought it was absolutely ridiculous that I had to wear a mask on the plane – when I was flying to/from Canada,” Cain said tweeted.

Some on social media pounced on the actor’s remark, but Cain fired back.

“Rolling laughter at replies to this tweet,” Cain wrote.

“If only you thought of others”, someone tweeted in response to Cain’s first mask-related post.

“If you would only think for yourself,” Cain tweeted In response.

“So cloth masks are your kryptonite? I didn’t think you were that weak,” someone else wrote to Cain — the actor starred role in the 1990s TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

The actor replied“I couldn’t imagine you being that stupid.”

“You should wear a mask even without a pandemic,” someone said wrote in response to Cain’s mask tweet.

“Pot meets kettle”, Cain answered.

“Maybe you shouldn’t go to Canada then. Your country, your choice. Why do you hate it so much that people make decisions for themselves, Dean?” someone wrote.

“‘Hate’ is your word. I said ‘ridiculous’. Also, the mandate expires in 4 days because “science”, Cain answered. “Now do you see what I mean? #lemming.”

Another commenter responded to Cain’s post by Write“Thank you for making the other passengers a little safer, even if you were forced to.

“How exactly did I make them safer?” Cain answered.

“Thank you for protecting the immunocompromised, it’s such a small inconvenience to do on behalf of those around us,” someone else tweeted.

Cain answered“Well, the science changes in 4 days, so…”

The Canadian government is dropping its mask requirement for air travel from October 1, despite the Public Health Agency of Canada noted that “all travelers are strongly advised to wear good quality and well-fitting masks during their travels”. Dean Cain calls it ‘ridiculous’ that he had to wear a mask

Laura Coffey

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