It rains hydrocarbons, not crude oil.
Hydrocarbons do not mean that any living organisms had to have been present for their formation. Fossil fuels of oil and coal do mean that organisms have to have been present for the formation of those specific types of hydrocarbons. The simple hydrocarbons are just the building blocks for the complex hydrocarbons necessary for life -- which can, under the right conditions, lead to fossil-fuel hydrocarbons.
It's simple organic chemistry.
Then again, natural atmospheric methane that gets interred in the deep crust / upper mantle, can be formed into a petroleum form without any organisms necessary. Just basic, natural hydrocarbons and pressures above 20 thousand atmospheres (294,000 psi), with temperatures exceeding 1,200°C (2,192°F).
You do not need organisms to have hydrocarbons. Life requires hydrocarbons, but hydrocarbons do not require life.
Fossil fuels were created from organics -- oil and natural gas from animal decay, coal from plant decay.
So after reading one paragraph written by some conspiracy lunatic about how evil we geologists and other scientists (and probably governments, I imagine) tricking people (for some reason) into making them believe that dinosaurs created oil, then sit down and take a nap.
Incidentally, none us say that dinosaurs had anything to do with it. Our oil and coal is hundreds of millions of years older than the dinosaurs. Our oil is from single-celled organisms and plankton-type creatures, very small little guys who died, sank to the bottom of a water area, were covered by sediments, and now gas up your car.
Put down the crazy juice and think for yourself for just a few seconds.