Governor took 15 minutes to announce missile alert was false
HONOLULU — The Hawaii National Guard’s top commander said Friday he told Gov. David Ige that a missile alert was a false alarm two minutes after it went out statewide. But the governor didn’t tell the public until 15 minutes later.
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More proof this incompetent fool should not be in office. Ige can’t make decisions on a timely basis. He is a procrastinator whether the issue is TMT or notifying the public of a false alarm. He should not be governor.
Retire immediately. Hey, who is our Lt Governor anyway? Can you name him without resort to Google? No cheating, now. Hint: has the “right” kind of name. “Governor Tsutsui”!! Doesn’t roll off the tongue as well though. Oh well, I guess we’re stuck with the other “right name” guy, even if he is slow-brained.
The foolish demo rats that elected this dip stick are just as responsible for Ige’s failed administration as Ige. Now the fools will vote for Ige’s Chinese boy Chin to continue the demo rat’s destruction of families, businesses, jobs and the safety and well being of the residents of Hawaii. Can the jackasses!
Ige *MUST RESIGN*. No “retirement”, no “severance” pay. Not a penny more of tax payer $$$ for this idiot.
Other duties to attend to.
Other than the severe mistake that the State of Hawaii just endured.
I got a Perry Como CD in my office I’ve been dying to hear.
I like that he blames his spokeswoman. You’re the Governor!!