I don’t know how the shills are pointing this out.
The problem is that the word “derailment” can mean anything from a train getting stuck, basically, to the situation in Ohio.
The media is adding to it for the freaking BREAKING NEWS headlines, because people associate “derailment” with a “catastrophic accident”.
They are not the same, but they are classified as such, meaning there really are thousands of them.
Context is what matters
Have these Texas and Carolina trains simply derailed and the news is a big headline about it, because of the recent incident that was the Ohio incident?
Or are they literally catastrophic accidents like Ohio?
If it’s the former, they deserve to be called out and shown the stats. That’s not being a fool, that’s keeping your eyes open and holding the media accountable (what did I think we wanted here?)
If it’s the latter, and trains are exploding in massive toxic clouds everywhere, then it SHOULD be news worthy and we should be looking for links to find who is responsible. Because while trains derail all the time, they do NOT explode in toxic clouds all the time.
There is a difference, and calling people who understand it is intellectually dishonest, fraudulent, and homosexual.