What if they weren't failures, but a plan?
Exactly what GhostHorse said. Many times when something bad happens where government is involved, some people jump to the conspirary conclusion, because it's hard for some people to accept that some people in government can be that inept or incompetent.Never ascribe to malice that which can be explained by incompetence. Come on folks, push back from the conspiracy bar.
That's not to say that conspiracies never happen however, but in the few real ones the motives are usually either money or to cover up some previous misdeed. For example, many many years ago, there was an accident at a military base where a relative of mine worked. It turned out someone in the chain of command authorized a contractor to do some work, and the contractor paid that person under the table to get the contract. The officer thought that he wouldn't get caught but he didn't count on an accident and subsequent investigation. The contractor did sub standard work to save money. By sub standard I mean not according to specifications of the contract. The contractor thought that the work actually done would've been good enough, or at least that was the excuse when caught. Now in this case there was obviously no conspiracy or intent to cause an accident, but there really was a conspiracy involving money. What's that old saying, follow the money?
In this particular case the evidence was sufficient to actually draw a conclusion in court.
I'm unable to view the video on my computer. Is Dana Loesch implying a conspiracy, or incompetence?