USDA tariff tracking tool deletes Wakanda as a free trade partner after it was added in error

If you are trying to understand what is going on in our country, I am here to tell you that I agree with you.

Wakanda, T’challa’s house is currently one of the main trends on social media, and all this is due to the fact that the fictitious country is listed as a partner in the United States free trade agreement on the ‘Agricultural Tariff Tracker, which is managed by the Foreign Agricultural Service of the United States Department of Agriculture.

According to NBC News, the USDA used Wakanda while they were testing the system behind the tracker, and forgot to remove it.

Mike Illenberg, a spokesperson for the USDA, said, “For the past few weeks, personnel from the Foreign Agricultural Service that manages the Tariff Tracker have used test files to ensure that the system is working properly. The information about Wakanda should have been removed after the tests and has now been removed. “

The error was first noticed on Wednesday morning by Francis Tseng, when he was researching how the tariffs of trade agreements were affecting food distribution and hunger in different countries. He said, “I definitely did a double take. I googled Wakanda to make sure it was a fiction, and I didn’t remember badly. I mean, I couldn’t believe it. “

Wakanda is listed as a US free trade partner on the USDA website ??

– Francis Tseng (@frnsys) December 18, 2019

However, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Peru are still on the list, especially since they are real places.

Find out what people had to say about the error on Twitter:

Now come on, I know the GOP is crazy about impeachment but it’s a step too far. Hatin ‘on Wakanda.

Where will I get my vibranium now?

– ????Caudle???? @MFF (@Caudlewag) December 19, 2019

What if America had been selling Vibranium for years and now we only know about it because of the film on the black panther. Wake up Wakanda is real

– Spicy sweet potato latte (@DymNoDozen) December 19, 2019

The U.S. government has officially listed the fictitious Wakanda from Disneys Marvel Universe as a trading partner. With Trump as president, maybe we could already be in a fictional trade war with them, which could get out of control in a fictional war and become ugly fictional.

– Secret agent number six (@DesignationSix) December 19, 2019

The team and I are trying to get to Wakanda for vibranium and essential oils before they are removed from the trade list.

– Randall Woodfin (@randallwoodfin) December 19, 2019

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