SHOCK VIDEO: CHILDREN PLACED IN STORM DRAINS During Hawaii Ballistic Missile Warning
As TGP’s Kristinn Taylor reported, the government of Hawaii scared the populace with a text message to cellphone users alerting them to an incoming ballistic missile. The alert was reportedly repeated on television broadcasts. It turned out to be be bogus.
Hawaii has been on edge this year over North Korea’s threats to nuke the United States that have been backed up by missile and nuclear bomb tests.
Hawaiian residents were panicking!
It took 40 minutes to send out a second alert informing residents that it was a false alarm.
It took nearly 40 minutes for residents of Hawaii to receive a second alert informing them that a ballistic missile was not incoming.
— Trey Yingst (@TreyYingst) January 13, 2018
Video from Hawaii shows young children being placed into storm drains after the false incoming ballistic missile alert was sent to resident.
Additional VIDEO since main source deleted earlier footage:
— We The People (@WTPMagazine) January 14, 2018
The Gateway Pundit spoke with an individual who is currently in Hawaii on vacation. The man, along with his wife was rushed into ballrooms of the hotel for ‘safety’.
Editor’s correction: The witness was put into the hotel’s ballroom.