US Nuclear Command’s Twitter account taken over by a toddler, tweets gibberish
WASHINGTON – A tweet posted on the official handle of the US Nuclear Command’s account had stirred a storm on social media after encryption-like code was posted which many linked to different conspiracies, after intense investigation it was revealed that the Command’s Twitter manager who works from home, left his computer for a moment which was taken over by his child.
The Twitter account of the United States’ most powerful nuclear weapons force didn’t post any nuclear launch code but it’s just a rogue child who unknowingly tweets gibberish from the nuclear command’s account.
The tweet stated ‘l;;gmlxzssaw’ was liked and retweeted thousands of times in few minutes before it gets deleted by the authority.
The agency then cleared the air. It all started when the US Strategic Command’s Twitter manager who works from home, left his computer for a moment. Following which the young child took control in the dad’s absence and started playing with the keyboard and unknowingly posted the ‘coded’ tweet.
It further refuted all hacking rumors, ‘absolutely nothing nefarious occurred, i.e. no hacking of our Twitter account.’ the statement added.
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