That inexplicable event is the far left and far right pundits becoming forever fused together by the romance of all of the mystery of 9/11 into ideological Siamese twins who have nothing but disdain for "conspiracy theories".
That fusion was quite the miraculous event, never having occurred before, but yet that event is still denied to this very day.
I will let an able, aged gentleman explain it to those who still entertain explanations, a gentleman who wrote the detailed article:
An Open Letter to Terry Allen, Noam Chomsky, Alexander Cockburn, David Corn, Chris Hayes, George Monbiot, Matthew Rothschild, and Matt Taibbi.(Do You Really Believe In Miracles?). Meanwhile, the government continues to prove each day that conspiracy theories are true enough to put people in prison for life, or in some cases conspiracy theories are true enough to put people to death, based upon the federal criminal laws against any criminal conspiracy.
According to several left-leaning critics of the 9/11 Truth Movement, some of its central claims, especially about the destruction of the World Trade Center, show its members to be scientifically challenged. In the opinion of some of these critics, moreover, claims made by members of this movement are sometimes unscientific in the strongest possible sense, implying an acceptance of magic and miracles.
After documenting this charge in Part I of this essay, I show in Part II that the exact opposite is the case: that the official account of the destruction of the World Trade Center implies miracles (I give nine examples), and that the 9/11 Truth Movement, in developing an alternative hypothesis, has done so in line with the assumption that the laws of nature did not take a holiday on 9/11. In Part III, I ask these left-leaning critics some questions evoked by the fact that it is they, not members of the 9/11 Truth Movement, who have endorsed a conspiracy theory replete with miracle stories as well as other absurdities.
A recent Dredd Blog post illustrated that point:
The government projects more conspiracy theories than any other single entity.(Election Conspiracy Theory Confirmed). Oh those twin far lefties and twin far righties, gotta luv 'em when they get along so well, eh?
Of course their conspiracy theories are the "good conspiracy theories" not the bad conspiracy theories the media talks about when citizens of the United States suspect a criminal conspiracy.
In federal courts, one of the most popular charges is a conspiracy theory, that is, a criminal charge that the conspirators conspired to do thus and such.
The President called for "unity" today. Any resulting fusion based on fear or "groupspeak", mentioned in this post upthread, is not American unity, because that type of unity allows for different religions as well as tolerance for differing ideas.