CIA ‘live tweeted’ details of bin Laden raid on anniversary
To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, the CIA is tweeting it as if it were happening today.
“To mark the 5th anniversary of the Usama Bin Laden operation in Abbottabad we will tweet the raid as if it were happening today,” the CIA tweeted at about 1 p.m. on Sunday.
The CIA tweeted that bin Laden’s death “marked significant victory in US-led campaign to disrupt, dismantle, & defeat al-Qa’ida.”
At 1:25 p.m. the organization had an update, and again at 1:51, detailing what happened on the day 5 years ago.
There’s even mention of one of the helicopters crashing upon landing.
Not to mention the obligatory picture of the POTUS watching the events unfold.
They then go on to mention how the CIA had tracked him down and how successful they were.
People took to Twitter to question why the CIA was live-tweeting the event that happened five years ago.