A post on TIME’s website now includes a note that the story was updated Feb. 13, but there’s no explanation as to what was changed or why.

Still, that’s more that can be said for the tweet from last Thursday promoting the post about Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, a Muslim-American who explained to an interviewer with POPSUGAR that she’d been detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for two hours without explanation.

Yes, TIME’s original tweet, which is 100 percent wrong and has been retweeted more than 300 times, is still up, and it still blames President Trump’s travel ban for Muhammed’s disheartening experience.

That would be when President Obama was still running the show, correct?

Admittedly, the roll-out of Trump’s travel ban was both a mess and a public relations nightmare that invited protests and press conferences by political foes at airports across the country … not to mention a legal battle that could reach the Supreme Court.

But one thing Trump’s executive order was most definitely not was in effect last December, when Muhammad was detained — a pertinent detail missing from the interview but clarified in a tweet four days later.

Presumably that tidbit about “the December incident” is responsible for the stealth update to TIME’s piece two days later. There’s no retraction or apology in the stealth rewrite posted online, but might there be a chance of the fake news tweet coming down, or will it be there for retweeting forever?