posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 11:01 AM
The FBI sent out a weird tweet yesterday.
I couldn't help but think it was some kind of code, so I started playing around with it and to my surprise it actually transcribed in to something.
If we just take the numbers in the post they are 11/1/1955 629 44. When using their corresponding letters that spells out
A A A S E E F B I D D
1 1 1 19 5 5 6 2 9 4 4
Does this mean All Available Agents See FBI Deputy Director?
K A S E E F B I D D
11 1 19 5 5 6 2 9 4 4
But who is KA?
The first scenario would surely correspond with the rumors that all available agents are being called in: truepundit.com...
Anyway I just thought this was interesting.....
I'd like to address some of the biggest objections and give you my take on it.
1) The code is too easy
I agree that the code would be ridiculously easy, but this could also be away to easily get a message out while keeping it out of the press. I mean
what reputable news outlet is going to report on something like this?
Plus I also think the FBI is trying to get messages out to the public, an easy substitution code is practically guaranteed to be broken but still keep
it out of the press as long as it's not confirmed by the FBI themselves.
2) They wouldn't use a twitter, they'd get the message out using their internal protocol.
Maybe they'd use twitter for two reasons: 1) Two make the message public and easily accessible. This way undercover agents or agents who are hard to
contact can easily see the message without having to make actual contact. 2) Perhaps they thought their internal protocol was compromised and
therefore needed something something that was not.
Who knows...I just can't help but think that a weird twee that literally spells out the words SEE FBI in the middle of is too much to be just a
coincidence with everything that's going on right now.
edit on 4-11-2016 by stdscf12 because: add info