Mock-NSA PSA tells public how to track "dangerous spy" Santa

Posted by: Jennifer Cefai (3 years, 9 months ago)

With all the controversy over the controversial surveillance activities of the National Security Agency (NSA) over the past year, it's hard to even imagine a bright side to the situation. Fear not, because a YouTube comedian has found a way to make fun of the mysterious spy agency. Dartanion London has released a fake NSA public service announcement that warns the American public of a "dangerous foreign spy" becoming more and more active as Christmas approaches. This shadowy figure has deluded the agency with his ability to "slip in and out of any home with a chimney" and the alarming amount of body doubles he seems to have. In fact, "Santana" is so "off the grid" that the NSA has been forced to check every cellphone in the US just in case - although they haven't found anything, our friendly agent assures us that they'll "keep trying!" Most importantly, the NSA are very concerned that "Santana" has gotten ahold of a lot of their data, which includes lists of "who's been naughty, who's been nice, and who's been saying the word nachos."

Help the NSA by saying "Codename Santana" into your smartphone or typing it into your browser if you spot this mysterious figure - because they'll be watching you for it, in any case!

Watch the hilarious video here.

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