After failing to contain Wikileaks' humiliating revelations or extradite its creator Julian Assange, the U.S. government has resorted to counter-embarrassing the controversial website.
"Let's just see how they like it," said Leon Panetta, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, at a press conference Friday.
He took time going over some of his favorite revelations from documents hacked from Wikileaks servers.
"Apparently, Assange's credit is so bad," said Panetta, "that he needed his mother to cosign for a used '05 Chevy Cobalt."
He went on to show that Assange had been rejected by the Universities of Pheonix and DeVry.
"That's got to hurt," said Panetta.
All in all, the C.I.A. released over 3,000 Wikileaks documents, including memos, emails and bank records.
With thousands of hackers
around the world on Assange's side, experts fear this could be sparking an "Embarrassment Race" the U.S. couldn't hope to win.
"With all the shit we pull around the globe," said Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, "we don't want to start this pissing contest."