There is a serious problem going on in our country that is insanely scary.
I'm not talking about the mess we've been going through over the last two years. I'm also not talking about any political turmoil that we're going through either.
And what is wild is that nobody is even talking about it. Most people don't even know about it.
So enough already...what am I even talking about?
Last year, there was a 40% increase in deaths among 18-49-year-olds in the United States. And the thing is...apparently the government doesn't know why.
Some of these death were related to the ongoing problem that we have with the "you-know-what", but that only accounts for a small percentage of the deaths.
The surge differed greatly from state to state, with the most dramatic increase in young-to-middle age deaths in the South, Midwest, and the West Coast, while the northeastern states generally saw much milder spikes. Public health authorities in several states with some of the largest increases are examining the issue.
Texas saw the 18 to 49 age mortality jump 61 percent, the second-highest increase in the country. Of that, less than 58 percent was attributed to ["you-know-what"].
“Our Center of Health Statistics is looking at the data,” said Chris Van Deusen, the head of Media Relations at the Texas Department of State Health Services, via email. “We’ll get back with you.”
Florida, which saw an increase of 51 percent, 48 percent of that attributed to ["you-know-what"], is also probing the matter.
So then what is this from? What's causing these excess deaths?
Well, I think there are a few things that contributed to this. First, murder rates have gone up in liberal cities. Second, the deaths from the "sharp thing" that Democrats are pushing may be a factor. But then, I also wonder is suicide rates have gone up in these areas as well.
This data is not finalized and they should be releasing more information soon.