The CIA has admitted to something that’s long been rumored to exist but for which there’s never been any actual real-world visual confirmation. No, not “Recovery Summer,” but rather the legendary Area 51:
CIA officially acknowledges Area 51, long a fixation for conspiracy theorists, in documents. http://t.co/uV4xDT0LMI
— CNN (@CNN) August 16, 2013
— Oklahoma Co. Sheriff (@OkCountySheriff) August 16, 2013
Actor Adam Baldwin snarked that Area 51 is a “false flag,” but tweeters reminded those who might not remember that Baldwin has been there:
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) August 16, 2013
- Who. They. REALLY. Are --> Arlington Public Schools Comms. Dir. ACCIDENTALLY sends email crapping on The Daily Caller TO writer at The Daily Caller
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Baldwin was informed of a dirty little secret about Area 51:
@AdamBaldwin It's where we take all the rodeo clowns.
— J.J. Brädt (@Diddley_Squat) August 16, 2013
Get the full story in the upcoming film, “Sensitivity Training of the First Kind.”
Others joined the Area 51 discussion:
Area 51 exists. Now somebody needs to turn an Iowa cornfield into a baseball park. #IfYouBuildIt
— ESPN (@espn) August 16, 2013
Aliens are such hipsters, they are planning to stop going to Area 51 now that everybody knows about it.
— HAL 9000 (@HAL9000_) August 16, 2013
Even Walmart got in on the fun:
Area 51 exists! New Walmart location? pic.twitter.com/uLcN9ovgB5
— Walmart (@Walmart) August 16, 2013
The CIA’s acknowledgement of the existence of Area 51 is an encouraging sign that the truth about the NSA could also be made public—in a matter of time:
CIA admits Area 51 exists. So if you want to know for sure if the government is spying on us, just wait about 50 years.
— CC:Indecision (@indecision) August 16, 2013