Hizbullah’s Name Pops Up on Pentagon TVs
American journalists on Tuesday published tweets and videos on social media about a pop-up window screen that showed on televisions in the pentagon press offices displaying “Hizbullah.”
Pentagon correspondent, Carla Babb, published a photo she has taken of her TV screen at the Pentagon.
“So this just popped up on my TV screen as I was watching CNN...happened on at least two other screens at the Pentagon. Is this a Pentagon issue or CNN issue? Did Hizbullah just successfully hack into something?” she tweeted under the photo.
Another tweet came from a reporter for the US army, Haley Britzky. Under a photo of her screen she wrote: “From the TV in the Pentagon bullpen. Literally not now, Hizbullah.”
Shortly after she wrote: “It was up just momentarily, and things are back to normal now! TVs were on the news.”
Lara Seligman, Pentagon Correspondent for Foreign Policy, tweeted under a photo of her TV displaying “Hizbullah”: “What just happened to the tv in the pentagon press bullpen?”
So this just popped up on my TV screen as I was watching @CNN ...happened on at least two other screens at the Pentagon. @ChiefPentSpox —is this a Pentagon issue or CNN issue? Did Hezbollah just successfully hack into something? #breakingnews pic.twitter.com/TlUv6I6xug— Carla Babb (@CarlaBabbVOA) October 7, 2019
UMMMMM what just happened to the tv in the pentagon press bullpen? pic.twitter.com/fTRcQ4fwjC— Lara Seligman (@laraseligman) October 7, 2019