Ignoring them is exactly what they want.Well, they've got free speech. Like we've got free rights to ignore the lying sacks of shit.
No, very likely not.
The conservative mantra: privatize the gains, socialize the losses.No, very likely not.
However, irrespective of specific blame, the Trump rollbacks very much represent an ethos in government and particularly right wing politics to favour low regulation systems that optimise profit ahead of safety, and this sort of accident is the result. These end up costing substantial sums which are borne instead by the state and individual citizens. Therefore, I don't think this lets Trump off the hook: he pursued policies that encouraged endangerment of American citizens, and these sorts of policies need to be considered in the wider frame of this crash.