Check out what the FBI sent out on its official Twitter account on Christmas Eve:
— FBI (@FBI) December 24, 2016
That’s right. Complete with “Lucida Calligraphy” font and everything…
@FBI we need to have the “Lucida Calligraphy” talk.
— Rachael Sullivan (@rachaelsullivan) December 24, 2016
The 90s called, and they want their lame MS Paint drawn snowman holiday graphic back.
@FBI Go home FBI, you’re drunk…
— Simon Palmer (@SimonJohnPalmer) December 25, 2016
You know that time when an agency who takes itself seriously enough to open a 360,000-sq-ft biometrics facility with a database that contains 90% non-criminals (i.e., probably you and your family) can’t even be bothered to get a nice stock photo or find a guy who knows Photoshop for their obligatory nondescript winter “holiday” greeting?
— Laya Maheshwari (@lazygarfield) December 24, 2016
All those millions of emails you have access to and this is the best Christmas image macro you could find @FBI
— Advent Calvindar (@HyperGlavin) December 24, 2016
Is this how far a government agency has to take it in 2016 to be non-offensive at Christmas, or…? It’s just insulting. In fact, not saying anything would’ve been better.
@FBI arrest yourselves for this card
— Josh (@shatterfront) December 24, 2016
— Padraic Heneghan (@heneghanp) December 24, 2016
It’s like the agency was trying to underwhelm us all to the point we feel artistically violated. People couldn’t stop making fun of this.
— Simon Maloy (@SimonMaloy) December 24, 2016
— Ashley Dye (@ashleycdye) December 24, 2016
— jerry christmas (@turrds) December 24, 2016
— Haver (@HaverOfOpinions) December 24, 2016
Others were concerned the terrible graphic as proof the FBI had its Twitter account hacked.
@FBI I think you’ve been hacked
— elan gale (@theyearofelan) December 24, 2016
While still others are unclear what it is the FBI even does anymore…
But it could’ve meant so much more…
Why didn’t you just open the camera on my phone and say that to my face. Would have meant more.
— Reasonable Tom (@anonbene) December 24, 2016
Then again, the CIA’s holiday greeting on Twitter wasn’t all that much better.
— CIA (@CIA) December 23, 2016
At least the NSA didn’t go there.
— NSA/CSS (@NSAGov) December 23, 2016
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