“YOU DID THIS” Golden Globe Winning Actress Blames False Hawaii Missile Alert on Trump

An incoming missile alert plunged residents of Hawaii into panic on Saturday morning before it was declared to be false.

The warning went out to television and radio as well as cell phones, Ige added. Mobile phone users received a message saying: “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill.”

Hawaii Gov. David Ige told that human error caused the alert to go out.

“It was a mistake made during a standard procedure at the change over of a shift, and an employee pushed the wrong button,” he said.
Golden Globe Winning Actress Blames False Hawaii Missile Alert On Trump

Officials cancelled the alert, sent out by Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, nearly 40 minutes after it was issued in a scramble of confusion over why it was released — and why it took so long to rescind. Outrage was immediately expressed by state officials and among people who live in what is normally a famously tranquil part of the Pacific, as well as tourists swept up in the panic.

In December, the state tested its nuclear warning siren for the first time since the end of the Cold War.
President Donald Trump was briefed on the situation but has yet to comment. But that didn’t stop Golden Globe-winning actress Jamie Lee Curtis from lashing out at the president.

While the majority of America attributes the colossal mistake to human error, Curtis blames the president.

She tweeted:
This Hawaii missle scare is on YOU Mr. Trump. The real FEAR that mothers & fathers & children felt is on YOU. It is on YOUR ARROGANCE. HUBRIS. NARCISSISM. RAGE. EGO. IMMATURITY and your UNSTABLE IDIOCY. Shame on your hate filled self. YOU DID THIS!

The president was golfing at the time of the incident but was briefed on the situation, according to the White House, which called the matter a “state exercise.”

“The President has been briefed on the state of Hawaii’s emergency management exercise. This was purely a state exercise,” White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Walters said in a statement.