Federal Agents Tweet Then Delete Horrific Message

(JustPatriots.com)- Okay, so maybe “horrific” isn’t the right word…but when you think that this insane tweet was made by the official United States Strategic Command account, it kind of is horrific in a way.

On Sunday evening, a tweet from the @Stratcom account drew widespread ridicule and amazement from Twitter users because it was completely unintelligible.

It simply read, “;l;;gmlxzssaw.”

Is that one of those words Joe Biden makes up during his speeches?

It’s not wildly dissimilar to the “trunalimunumaprzure” that came out of Biden’s mouth during a speech in November.

But, back to the tweet.

The tweet was published at 19:48 by the official Strategic Command account, quickly amassing over 11,000 retweets and several hundred comments. But half an hour later, somebody from the department seemed to have noticed what happened and deleted it.

An apology tweet was then published.

“Apologies for any confusion. Please disregard the post,” the account said.

The internet was abuzz with theories about what happened, with some speculating that they had accidentally tweeted out the nuclear codes, others speculating that it was a cat walking over the keyboard, and some even asking if it was a code from Q.

The chances are it was just a mistake…but it’s hard to not see the irony in the Strategic Command account being not so strategic on an official government Twitter account.

President Donald Trump has famously fallen victim to Twitter typos, with his most famous tweet perhaps being “Covfefe.”

In 2017, only a few months on the job, the president tweeted out the message, “Despite the constant negative press covfefe” to his 31 million followers.

It stayed online for hours, only being deleted at 6 am the following morning.

To this day, there are a million conspiracy theories wondering what covfefe means, but many speculate that it’s just a Trumpism for coffee.