US Strategic Command confuses the world with this now deleted tweet

A rogue tweet has come out of the U.S. Strategic Command Twitter account, but it only lasted 30 minutes before it was deleted.

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Published Thu, Apr 1 2021 3:32 AM CDT

It's not often that you see an official U.S. government Twitter page seemingly type out a tweet with their elbows.

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The strange tweet comes from the U.S. Strategic Command Twitter account. It was posted on 7:48 pm, March 28th, and read as follows; ;l;;gmlxzssaw. Confusing right? The tweet was retweeted more than 11,000 times before a follow-up tweet was issued, stating, "Apologies for any confusion. Please disregard this post." Then, the U.S. Strategic Command Twitter account removed the entire tweet.

The tweet was only live for around half an hour, but that was plenty of time for people to screenshot the tweet and provide their own theories to what the U.S. Strategic Command was talking about. People humorously theorized that the U.S. Strategic Command was attempting to communicate with aliens or was revealing a "nuclear launch code", both of which are very unlikely. For more information on this story, check out this link here.

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