Earlier this morning, the people of Hawaii received emergency alerts saying a ballistic missile was headed their way. Now that the threat has been proven to be an accident of some kind, people have decided to make fun of the situation on social media.
— Iolana Kamakeeaina (@Impish_Iolana) January 13, 2018
Would you rather be pissed off for a day or banished into eternity?
Yeah, didn’t think so.
— Shauna Arnold (@LittleHawaii808) January 13, 2018
Lazy? Careless? Either way, it was a screwed up situation.
Citizen runs from missle strike in Hawaii (2018, Colorized) pic.twitter.com/zp9RQ4Grmm
— Alec Sears (@SearsAl) January 13, 2018
And were you running for your life? Prooooobably not, so pipe down.
Hawaii is a shithole pic.twitter.com/DQUfmUAp2j
— DoctorMyEyes (@wixwaxer) January 13, 2018
It’s such a sh*thole that everyone wants to visit there.
Hawaii missile alert people all like pic.twitter.com/LFPdhnk6GM
— Daniel-San, Look-Eye (@dansac) January 13, 2018
They’re probably realizing just how much they f**ked up.
A wrong button? Really? Are we living in the movie Monsters vs Aliens? Did someone just want to order a latte? Shameful! #hawaii #fcc #EMA #HIEMA #HI #Cnn #msnbc #missle #falsealarm #EmergencyAlert pic.twitter.com/MOD5egHFih
— Is_It_Just_Me (@Is_It_Just_Me1) January 13, 2018
Um…ordering a latte and sending out an emergency alert aren’t even remotely similar.
— Michael Blum (@MichaelBlum3) January 13, 2018
Meanwhile, at the Incoming Ballistic Missile Warning Notification Center pic.twitter.com/WTVxJg2dxE
— Alex Fitzpatrick (@AlexJamesFitz) January 13, 2018
You’re so clever.
— Gus Rosendale (@Gus4NY) January 13, 2018
Doubt anyone who lives in Hawaii thinks this is funny.
Thanks for the update, Big Ben. pic.twitter.com/B8FeXHItiP
— playoffs doug (@DouglasText) January 13, 2018
Bring on the wine…or the whiskey…or the bourbon. Hell, bring on the whole mini bar!
Look who was touring the missile defense facility in Hawaii today pic.twitter.com/O06lBItLto
— Fartel Engelbert #FEPB (@fartelengelbert) January 13, 2018
You're firing them, right? pic.twitter.com/hsmy0vXd5F
— Christian (@Risen_Savior_JC) January 13, 2018
Hopefully no one pressed this on purpose.
— Dede ? (@DefSilence) January 13, 2018
Sadly, there were parents having to do this to their children.
— Stef Cutrona (@stefspeaks) January 13, 2018
There is this thing called human error, you know.
— Robert 'Shark' Rhodes (@texlopaka) January 13, 2018
live look at the guy in charge of Hawaii's missile alerts pic.twitter.com/C1VmHUgHOr
— Frederick Douglass (@gettinnoticedmo) January 13, 2018
You sure they had that much fun while doing it?
— WIKIpeteDIA (@NOT_PeteHere) January 13, 2018
You know it.
The Hawaii missile thing…. guys CMON that's what u get for believing everything u see on twitter with no facts to back it. That's the problem with this instant gratification generation #falsealarm.
— LindsayyOnAir (@LindsayyOnAir) January 13, 2018
Um…this was an EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM, that was put in place for situations LIKE a ballistic missile ACTUALLY being a threat. People received text messages, heard sirens and broadcasts came across television and radio stations. How the hell is the believing everything you read on Twitter?
At least know what you’re talking about before you make a dumb comment like that.