Terrifying Video of Plane Crash in Hawaii Raises Troubling Questions (VIDEO)

Adriana Velez OMG

plane crashA month ago there was a tragic plane crash in Hawaii with a surprising twist. Of the 9 people on that plane, only one person died: Loretta Fuddy, the state health official who released President Obama’s birth certificate during that whole birther controversy in 2011. Now a passenger's video showing the plane crash in Hawaii has surfaced, with survivors clinging to the plane’s wings in the water -- and deepens the mystery. Officials say the crash was caused by engine failure. Why was Loretta Fuddy the only one to die?

I mean, isn’t that INTERESTING? Of all the people on that plane, one person doesn’t make it. And it just happens to be the person who debunked the wacko conspiracy theory that Obama isn’t a U.S. citizen. It’s like, there’s a counter-conspiracy at play here. I’m sure plenty of people were disappointed and angry when that birth certificate was released. You know the kookiest of the kooks still think it was a fake. But maybe others knew it was real but were so invested in the birther movement that they were desperate to keep the conspiracy alive… at any cost!

I know it sounds crazy, but so does the idea of spending all your time and energy trying to convince the world that Barack Obama wasn’t born in the U.S. Folks were frothing at the mouth on live TV, for crying out loud. If pitchforks and torches were allowed in TV studios you would have seen them in their hands.

Which brings us to this video. Why would you film a plane crash? Shouldn’t you be doing something else, like trying to survive? Or helping others? I guess just like Fuddy provided evidence that Obama was born in the U.S., this video proves that she really did die, just in case that was in question as well. It all just gives me the heebie geebies.

Hey, I'm not trying to spark another conspiracy theory, but the unfortunate fact is you KNOW some people will. I mean forget any reasonable explanation, surely this has to means something, right?

Seriously, though, I’m sad for Fuddy and her loved ones. I think conspiracy theories -- like the ones surround the shootings at Sandy Hook and the events of 9/11 -- minimize the real tragedies of real people. Now with this video footage of the plane crash I’m just bracing myself for the people who want to turn it into something that it’s not.

Do you think people will start hatching conspiracy theories based on this story?


Image via ABC News

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