While investigators continue to probe the reasons for an Amtrak crash in Philadelphia that killed seven people and injured 200 more, conspiracy nuts have figured it all out!
What appears to the untrained eye to be an accident caused by excessive speed on the track is actually much more sinister, suggests the nut/scam artist who made the video below.
Here is his airtight case for some vague, unnamed conspiracy:
There's a "33" on the train, "and if that's not a Satanic Saturn number, I don't know what is."
There's a star on the train
A House committee cut Amtrak funding the day after the crash
Our infrastructure is crumbling
Firemen in a rescue video are wearing yellow hats. "When was the last time I saw a fireman wearing a yellow hat?"
He asks, "Is this a false flag?"
He asks, "Were there really any people on the train?"
Add it all up and what do you have?
Evidence of mental illness. An instant, unspecified conspiracy!
Being a conspiracy nut sounds like a fun job. And a sad, lonely existence.
Watch the video below. Some of his language is a bit "salty," but that's a small price to pay for the truth.
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