We have our opening scene for “War Games II: Twittergeddon”:
When Hawaii pushed out a ballistic missile alert earlier this month, Gov. David Ige knew within two minutes it was a false alarm. But he couldn’t hop on Twitter and tell everybody — because he didn’t know his password.
“I have to confess that I don’t know my Twitter account login and passwords,” Ige told reporters Monday after giving his State of the State address. “I will be putting that on my phone.”
Imagine Ige’s embarrassment after finding out his password was “ImTheGovernor.”
The state’s emergency response system has been replaced by the WOPR so nobody needs to worry about it happening again.