What The CIA Twitter Account Really Means To Say

The CIA admitted Thursday it hacked computers used by a Senate committee investigating the CIA.

On Thursday, the CIA said an internal investigation had found that the agency had improperly accessed computers used by the Senate Intelligence Committee while the committee was preparing a report … on the CIA.

At the time, the Senate Intelligence Committee was investigating the CIA’s detention and interrogation program, now defunct. A CIA spokesman said in a statement that the agency’s inspector general “concluded that CIA officers had acted inappropriately by gaining access to the computers,” the New York Times reported. CIA Director John Brennan apologized to the committee’s ranking members, Senators Dianne Feinstein and Saxby Chambliss, it said.

The Twitter account doesn’t look so warm and fuzzy now. What would it look like if the account tweeted in light of today’s news?

What the CIA means to say:

We collect, analyze, evaluate and disseminate intelligence to help us keep tabs on what the Senate is saying about us.

What the CIA means to say:

“We have an obligation as intelligence professionals to look inside Senate computers.”

What the CIA means to say:

“The CIA is enjoying a new breed of advantages enabled by advancing technology.” #SENATEHACK

What the CIA means to say:

“CIA is a learning organization, one that makes a deliberate effort to learn from the past, adapt to the times, and hack into computers.”

What the CIA means to say:

Former CIA Director #Helm said: “Gadgets cannot divine man’s intentions.” But we think they can.

What the CIA means to say:

Yes, we do know your password, if you serve on the Senate Intelligence Committee. #sorrynotsorry #twitterversary

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