Twitter is transforming into a serious source of anxiety for those on edge about America’s current political climate.
In case Donald Trump’s incorrect grammar and constant misspelled words weren’t enough cause for concern, on Thursday morning the White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, tweeted (and deleted) something very cryptic.
Spicer woke up on Thursday, and for some unknown reason composed this bizarre eight-character tweet to share with his 1.36 million followers:
It made no sense.
Was this meant to be a DM? Did Spicer give us a sneak peek at the nuclear coder? Did North West get a hold of Spicer’s phone and give her notorious Twitter fingers a workout?
What were you trying to tell us, Spicer? SPICER?!
Though the tweet was swiftly deleted, screengrabs are forever. As Twitter users further examined the jumble of lowercase letters and numbers the theories began to unfold.
Many believed that in some strange accidental way, Spicer simply tweeted his password. But he would have already be logged in to Twitter so, huh?
Somebody use Sean Spicer’s twitter password and see if he’s really in cahoots with Dippin’ Dots and the whole thing was for press
Ch’ad (@chadlegear) January 26, 2017
Some fear he started to slip up with the nuke codes…
sean spicer is casually tweeting nuclear codes
kira (@briefclaim) January 26, 2017
*Sean Spicer wakes up, checks to-do list*
“Ah number 1, DM the nuclear launch codes to POTUS…. and done…..
OH NO! HOW DO I DELETE?!”
Guy Tweet Haver (@thetweethaver) January 26, 2017
Others just saw it as a cry for help…
It also appears Spitzer may have had sent out a similarly bizarre tweet on Wednesday morning?
The world may never know what Spicer was up to this morning, but the way things have been going for Trump and pals, another Twitter flub is probably on its way.