How official looking.

Courtesy of CBS News

Federal officials are warning that cards purporting to exempt people from having to wear face masks when in public are phony. The cards, emblazoned with an eagle logo but replete with misspellings, state that holders are shielded from mandates requiring masks be worn in public, a step recommended by health experts as a vital defense against the coronavirus.

“Wearing a face mask poses a mental and/or physical risk to me. Under the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), I am not required to disclose my condition to you,” states the card, which misspells “poses” and incorrectly names the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The card also claims that businesses or groups that enforce requirements to wear a mask could be reported to the Freedom to Breathe Agency, the outfit selling the cards. One version includes the logo of the Justice Department and lists a phone number to report ADA violations.

The cards are not tied to any government entity, according to Matthew Martin, the U.S. attorney for the Middle District of North Carolina. A box of roughly 500 of the cards had been selling online for about $50.

“Do not be fooled by the chicanery and misappropriation of the DOJ eagle,” he stated Friday in a news release. “These cards do not carry the force of law. The ‘Freedom to Breathe Agency,’ or ‘FTBA,’ is not a government agency.”

They literally created their own fake government agency in order to get out of wearing a mask.

Who does that?