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Missile false alarm prolonged because Hawaii's governor didn't know his Twitter password

There were a lot of questions after Hawaiians recently were alerted that a ballistic missile was incoming: How did such a message go out in the first place? And why did it take so long for authorities to correct?


On Monday, The Star-Advertiser reported that the error might have been corrected more quickly, except that Gov. Dave Ige had forgotten his Twitter password.

Why didn’t he just have it written on a Post-it and stuck to his monitor like they apparently do at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency?




Brit Hume might have found the stupidest take yet on who’s to blame for the Hawaii false alarm

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