Some are wondering just how close Santa is to the NSA.
Santa in talks with NSA to help him compile his list for nice and naughty people.
— Devansh (@s_devansh) December 24, 2013
I bet Obama used the NSA to tap into Santa's communications to learn what he's getting for Christmas #naughtylistObama
— Will Sagraves (@YaBoyWillard) December 24, 2013
Wondering if Santa and the NSA ever exchange naughty info.
— CurmudgeonlyYours (@BobGoble) December 24, 2013
He knows if you been bad or good; so be good for goodness sakes. Santa or the NSA?
— Rufus Putnum (@RufusPutnum) December 24, 2013
Santa – NSA Employee of the year. "He sees you when you're sleeping. He knows when you're awake"
— Foghorn Leghorn, PhD (@APMcKeownTX) December 24, 2013
Others think NORAD, which has traditionally tracked Santa, will be taking a back seat to the NSA this year.
Is the NSA tracking Santa Claus?
— Matty Boutwell™ (@MattyinMaine) December 24, 2013
If the NORAD Santa tracking website is slow I'm sure the NSA could tell you where he is.
— Adam Sabados (@AdamSab) December 24, 2013
Sorry, kids. The NSA has hacked NORAD's Santa Tracker: pic.twitter.com/dxCadzGWeU
— Joe Kovac Jr. (@joekovacjr) December 24, 2013
It's more believable that instead of NORAD tracking Santa, the NSA is pinging his cell phone.
— Andrew Gatto (@AndrewGatto) December 24, 2013
To the leaders of Germany and Brazil, it's NORAD, not the NSA, that's going to be tracking Santa throughout your countries, so don't worry!
— Joseph Curl (@josephcurl) December 24, 2013
Kids! You can track Santa's travels while he delivers presents throughout the world! Visit http://t.co/TGXlOZYOwG to check in on him.
— Brian Borstein (@bribo11) December 24, 2013