Watch The Water
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Watch the Water is a documentary and Conspiracy Theory that states that the tap water supply is being purposely poisoned with Cobra snake venom and that's what the Covid-19 Pandemic actually comes from. The phrase sees use among those who believe in the theory as a way to signal to others on social media and elsewhere.
The phrase 'watch the water' comes from a Qanon post on 4chan on February 15th, 2018, which simply states the phrase with zero context or explanation given (shown below).
Pop Culture Similarity
The concept of poisoning a liquid to create an adverse effect on the health of people through snakes and snake branding is a major plot point of the much meme'd live-action movie Black Dynamite, which is popular for having great reaction images and an overly convoluted explanation scene which concludes with the realization that 'Anaconda Malt Liquor' is actually a poison pushed by the U.S. Government for the purpose of curtailing Black Americans. The scene in question was posted to YouTube by the channel flappye on November 10th, 2009, and has gained 900,000 views in 12 years (shown below).
On April 11th, 2022, the documentary Watch the Water went live, and people began to react to it online as it picked up steam in conservative circles and started trending outward. The main claims of the documentary are that Covid-19 is actually snake venom poisoning, Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine are being beat down by mainstream news because they are the true cures to the pandemic, and that there is a large media blackout about the topic and multiple attempts to cover it up throughout the years. One of the big pieces of evidence claimed by the documentary and pushed more on social media is that Hydroxychloroquine is shown to be on the list of medication that protects against snake venom poisoning, as well as Ivermectin, as shown in the tweet by Twitter user DennisJ67241101 on April 11th, 2022 that got over 400 likes in four days (shown below).
On the flip side, memes and pushback began to start after the documentary became trending on April 12th, with Twitter user @VoisonMyOpionion sharing a Am I So Out Of Touch? meme of Principal Skinner asking if he's a delusional person who falls for conspiracies before deciding that it's the doctors who are wrong, earning 800 likes in four days (shown below).
 Twitter – Watch The Water
 Twitter – Water Rebuttal
 YouTube – Anaconda Malt Liquor
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