Central Intelligence Agency’s Valentines Day Tweet Has Creeped Out Netizens

Is this a Valentine’s Day coup?

With love in the air on the Valentine’s Day weekend, the Central Intelligence Agency decided to add an aura of mystery to the mix. The United States counter-intelligence body posted a cryptic message for its Twitter followers to decipher.

 

Twitter tried their hand at cracking the code. Others were just there to troll the CIA.

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The answer was oddly supposed to be romantic but ended up just plain creepy.

 

Some amateur code-crackers even solved the puzzle.

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Not The Valentine’s Day Note People Wanted

Netizens unwrapped how creepy the message really is given the CIA’s actual role as a stalker. This love affair is one sided for a reason.

https://twitter.com/DamnCoffee/status/1360978944657403904

 

Bringing up bitter truths didn’t end there.

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The Valentine’s Day note had Netizens bringing up grievances towards the agency’s unsolicited advances.

https://twitter.com/hereforfewdays/status/1361117020209639426

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Other expected something less generic, given how the CIA is that admirer you can’t shake off, commonly called stalkers.

 

Kidnapping is better than meeting a Shakespearean end.

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Overall rather then feeling the love, the tweet actually had people at odds. So, that holiday message was a bust.

https://twitter.com/DukeSomeguy/status/1361008445114241024

 

 

Hijacked Holiday?

Even US Senator Ilhan Omar denounced the Valentine’s Day coup…. we mean cue note.

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That’s not all the counter-intelligence body even shared a edition on its ‘Humans of CIA‘ series on Instagram featuring a series of couples the fell in love as Langley. (So, is this a cover story or what?)

 

Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be the first holiday the CIA hijacked. They even have a devoted ‘Operation Santa Claus’. Is that enough to avoid the next PR crisis?

 

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This year around Christmas they posted another game. (sure this isn’t a series of diversions?)


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Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.

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