Celebs pounce on fake Hawaii missile alert to nuke POTUS: ‘This Hawaii missile scare is on YOU Mr. Trump’

The false emergency alert warning of an incoming ballistic missile in Hawaii turned out to be caused by human error, but Hollywood celebrities found it gave them a great excuse to bash President Trump.

Not that the president had anything to do with the false alarm that sparked confusion, panic and terror for nearly 40 minutes on Saturday.

“It was a mistake made during a standard procedure at the change over of a shift, and an employee pushed the wrong button,” Hawaii Gov. David Ige told CNN.

Well, as Hawaii officials delve deeper into the cause and response to the false alarm, over in liberal Hollywood, actor Jim Carrey decided the incident was “a real psychic warning” of where Trump is taking the world.

Twitter users called out Carrey’s hypocrisy.

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But Carrey was not alone, as actress Jamie Lee Curtis also unloaded in an explosive rant on Twitter.

The ridiculous rant was met with much-deserved backlash on Twitter as well.

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Actor Sean Astin joined the finger-pointing with his own drama-filled tweet.

Will they ever learn?


Frieda Powers


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