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CIA Tweets A GIF Marking Its 71st Birthday, Gets Massively Trolled

The simple self-congratulatory GIF showed confetti falling over the years ‘1947 - 2018

 on 18th September 2018 @ 11.00pm
the simple self congratulatory gif showed confetti falling over the years    1947   2018    © press
The simple self-congratulatory GIF showed confetti falling over the years ‘1947 - 2018’

The CIA tweeted a GIF marking its 71st birthday and probably wished they didn't!

The Tweet was initially met with a few sincere replies to the intelligence agency before being engulfed by a wave of trolling.

The simple self-congratulatory GIF showed confetti falling over the years ‘1947 - 2018’ along with the words “celebrating 71 years."

It wasn't long before some classic responses started to roll in.

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RT reports: Some Americans praised the “heroes” of the organization and the “sacrifices” made to ‘keep the US safe’.

A significant proportion of the responses, however, came from users calling the agency out for its questionable behavior over the past 71 years.

One user congratulated the CIA on 71 years of “deception, death and destruction,” while another noted it had been 71 years chock full with “espionage and regime change” abroad.

One user was more straightforward and condemned the more than seven decades of “supporting terrorists” and “killing all sorts of innocent people along the way.”

cia tweets a gif marking its 71st birthday  gets massively trolled © press

Of deception, death and destruction, war crimes and crimes against humanity. ICC needs to dock you in the Hague, you demented Ivy League excuses for human beings.

71 years of illegally overthrowing governments worldwide, supporting terrorists of all stripes, and killing all sorts of innocent people along the way. America....Fuck Yeah.

Some tongue in cheek responses made reference to the organization’s notorious secrecy and omnipotence.

Others had some burning questions they wanted answered.

Like, for example, if there is something the US public still doesn’t know about the 9/11 terror attacks – or if the CIA could use its overthrowing powers to “do something” about the current president in the White House, Donald Trump.

READ MORE: Martin Luther King's Family: 'The Public Needs Reminding The CIA Murdered Him'

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