Gen. Flynn calls Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse “a black swan event”

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Gen. Flynn calls Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse “a black swan event”

The container ship that crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26 unleashed the black swan event that many have been anticipating, according to Gen. Michael Flynn.

On X, Flynn expressed his belief that the bridge’s collapse substantiates what some have been warning would soon take place over the past several months.

“This is a BLACK SWAN event,” Flynn wrote in all caps on his social media page.

“Black swans normally come out of the world of finance (not military). The standard operating procedures for all U.S. ports, harbors and bays that transit commerce and military activities are supposed to maintain an incredible level of discipline, rigor and awareness for these very type events to not occur (ever!), yet here we are.”

Flynn went on in his social media rant to call on investigators to look at all of the harbor masters who oversee transit points such as the one in Baltimore where the container ship apparently went adrift and crashed right into the strategic Key Bridge, as it is also called.

“There are harbor masters for every single one of these transit points in America that are in charge of assuring the safety of navigation … start there.”

(Related: The Wuhan coronavirus [COVID-19] “pandemic” was another black swan event that, in time, still has the potential to collapse just about everything.)

Container ship’s power went out moments before sailing into bridge support

Flynn also shared video footage showing that in the moments leading up to its impact with one of the Key Bridge’s piles, the Dali container ship bearing a Singaporean flag suffered a power outage.

“Worth watching,” Flynn wrote about the below video clip. “To [sic] many things went wrong all at once.”

Alex Jones of Infowars also commented on the incident, stating that he believes it appears “deliberate” and that a “cyber-attack is probable.”

“WW3 has already started,” Jones further stated ominously.

Andrew Tate wrote that he believes the ship running into the pylon is simply the precursor to a black swan event that he described as “imminent.”

“Foreign agents of the USA attack digital infrastructures,” Tate wrote. “Nothing is safe.”

Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley is insistent that there is no indication of terrorism related to the incident. Bill DelBagno, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Baltimore field office, said much the same that there is no evidence of terrorism being involved.

Gov. Wes Moore did confirm that the container ship lost power for some unknown reason in the moments before impact.

“When the power comes back on there is a massive amount of machinery to restart before the main engine can be restarted,” one commenter wrote, claiming to be a retired senior engineering officer who knows how these things work.

“I’m baffled by the loss of power. Usual procedure is to run extra generators, steering gear pumps, etc. while on standby to prevent a situation like this from occurring.”

Another former surface warfare officer in the Navy wrote that losing propulsion and steering in a channel “is a worst-case scenario and there are oftentimes just seconds available to recover.”

“The U.S. Navy, in fact, puts extra redundant engineering equipment online with a ‘run it until it breaks’ mindset during restricted maneuvering in channels like this to avoid a collision or grounding – it is THAT important.”