No, we're not indirectly responsible for you believing things that are too good to be true, or otherwise obviously outrageous.
The internet is full of nonsense, and it'd be a nearly impossible task to keep up with the silliness that people post as fast as they are able. It's not our job to think for you, either, and help you discern reality from fiction and imagination. What help we offer we do so willingly, and gladly. That desire to help dries up rather quickly though when it's suggested that we are, in any way, shape, or form, responsible for your own inability to browse the internet intelligently.