UFO Sighting Over Los Angeles Triggers Aliens Taking Over Earth Party On Twitter

Posted: Nov 8 2015, 2:20am CST | by , Updated: Nov 8 2015, 2:21am CST, in News | Also on the Geek Mind

UFO Sighting over Los Angeles Triggers Aliens Taking Over Earth Party on Twitter
A Trident Ii, Or D-5 Missile, Is Launched From An Ohio-Class Submarine In This Undated File Photo. Credit: Getty Images

Twitter shows how welcoming we humans are towards aliens.

A couple hours ago residents of Los Angeles and other west coast cities have flooded the web with smartphone videos and photos of an UFO sighting on the night sky. Instead of being afraid and crawling under a chair, people started a #AliensTakingOverEarthParty on Twitter. This is the current number one trending hashtag in the United States.

The bright moving light seen on the sky has already been identified by officials. The Navy conducted a test of the Trident II missile from the USS Kentucky, an Ohio class submarine. The test has been scheduled and part of ongoing evaluation tests. The rocket was not armed. The public is not informed about these rocket tests ahead of the launch, because that is classified.

The official explanation has not stopped Twitter users to celebrate an Aliens Taking Over Earth Party. Why would we let aliens take over earth? Hollywood has demonstrated in several movies how to beat aliens. By the way these sci-fi movies like Independence Day and Battle Los Angeles are secret educational movies the government sponsors to prepare citizens to fight against aliens - just kidding.

As with all top trending hashtags, the #AliensTakingOverEarthParty is attracting meme creators. The hashtag gets associated with everything from Trump to One Direction.

Even celebrities are freaking out about the UFO sighting. Kendall Jenner tweeted: "Khloe and I are freaking out right now over this UFO situation."

Watch below a video that shows the UFO flying over Los Angeles.

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