Democrats Blame Trump For Clinton Act, Public’s Terrified Reaction “No Time” Claimed

Tulsi Gabbard, a Hawaiian politician, voiced disappointment that President Donald Trump didn’t make a statement on the fake message before the scare was over. Though it only lasted 10 minutes, at least this is a rational, if somewhat silly, thing to complain about in this situation.

On Saturday, a simple message sent Hawaii into a frenzy of chaos, confusion, and fear, and went a long way towards undermining the social order of the small island state.  That message was simply this: Emergency Alert – BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.  That message was sent to over a million people across the island, who assumed that they were under attack from the deranged North Korean dictator and that they had minutes to live.

Obviously, Hawaii is still there, and there’s a reason that our news isn’t inundated with articles about how Hawaii was destroyed during President Donald Trump’s presidency.  Instead, the mainstream media has seized on the story to blame President Trump for the fact that the Emergency Management Agency in Hawaii sent out a mistaken (or fake) message warning residents and visitors of an impending missile threat.  In doing so, they’ve completely …

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