20-Year-Old Jumps From Vacation Cruise in Front of Family

In the United States, the contemporary political climate is one of polarization. Americans find themselves three years into Joe Bidens first term as president and face an election in November 2024. Generally, since 2021 an overwhelming feeling of uncertainty and misdirection in the national climate. President Biden has often appeared weak and incoherent, and in a recent poll only 26% of American’s had faith in his cognitive stamina. What’s more: Biden is increasingly unpopular- and his “green” energy agenda- which has taken a decidedly progressive stance- may be backfiring.

In New Jersey, mass protests along the states southern coastline have been occurring since early 2023, as concerned Garden state residents continue to question the ongoing deaths of whales and dolphins along the shoreline. Dozens have washed up on the beaches of the northeastern state since the Murphy administration approved a massive offshore wind project led by the Danish company Orsted. In order to install the windmills (which will be located mere miles from many of the states iconic shore towns and summer tourist traps), sonar mapping is required to locate the ocean floor. This has caused whales and dolphins, who rely on sonar for navigation and eating, to go deaf and blind and eventually they starve. In truth, individuals across the political spectrum regardless of affiliation are awakening to the hypocrisy of the left.

In another sickening but unrelated development (although this story does involve aquatics), a 20 year old individual jumped off a cruise ship in front of his family while on vacation. The individual was intoxicated, and after a brief argument with his father at 3 o clock in the morning, jumped overboard in front of him and his brother. The body of the individual has not been recovered. This unimaginable, traumatic and harrowing incident is a reminder of the fragility of life and the dangers of substance abuse which result in impaired decision making and mental function.