George W. Bush and Navy Football team

Isn’t sharing fun?!

On Tuesday, the Senate Intelligence committee finally released its long-awaited report on the CIA‘s use of torture on detainees.

It’s a horrific read detailing how the agency subjected detainees, many of whom were only held due to inaccurate information, to inhuman treatment and then repeatedly lied to the White House and congressional officials about the program’s effectiveness.

The report deserves to be shared far and wide—but it’s a 525-page report chock full of bureaucratic language. Boring! To make it more sharable, we’ve compiled a set of memes that totally illustrates some of the report’s most important and eye-catching takeaways. Isn’t sharing fun?! [Weeps into hands.]

Photo via  Marion Doss/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) | Image remixes by Rob Price and Cooper Fleishman

Aaron Sankin

Aaron Sankin

Aaron Sankin is a former Senior Staff Writer at the Daily Dot who covered the intersection of politics, technology, golden retrievers who know how to dunk, organizations adapting to our increasingly connected world, online privacy, the role of dank memes in popular culture, Twitter bots, and that same golden retriever who (as it turns out) is also pretty good at lacrosse. He lives in Seattle, Washington and became a reporter at the Center for Investigative Reporting in 2016.

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