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The Tragedy

On Tuesday morning, a cargo ship crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland. The bridge collapsed, sending eight people into the water. Six of them are still missing.

Conspiracy Theories Emerge

Despite the lack of evidence, conspiracy theories quickly spread online. Some questioned the number of camera angles, suggesting it was staged. Others blamed various groups, including DEI, Jewish people, and terrorists.

Why the Multiple Camera Angles?

  • The bridge spanned a major port with live cameras.
  • The accident happened in a densely populated area with people awake at all hours.
  • The loud crash likely alerted people to film the event.

The Internet’s Conspiracy Brain

The internet has fostered a culture of conspiratorial thinking. People are quick to question everything, even in the face of tragedy. This can distract from real issues that need attention, such as infrastructure degradation.

The Problem with Conspiracy Theories

  • They spread misinformation and fear.
  • They undermine trust in authorities and institutions.
  • They can lead to harassment and violence.


The Key Bridge collapse is a reminder of the dangers of conspiracy theories. While skepticism is healthy, it’s important to rely on evidence and critical thinking. The internet’s obsession with conspiracies is a disturbing trend that needs to be addressed.