The American suicide rate reached levels not seen since 1941, the year American entered World War Two. Statistics from the NCHS show, provisionally, that 50,000 plus Americans committed suicide in 2022, a figure that is expected to go higher after the numbers are finalized. Men account for nearly 5 times as many suicides as women, which is not a surprise given the assault on manhood that is being executed by the party of fear, hate, and fake hope, the DNC-CCP, America’s number one threat.
The year 2022 saw a record high number of suicides in the United States, according to newly-released data from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).
As reported by Fox News, roughly 50,000 Americans committed suicide last year, with the NCHS noting that the 50,000 figure is most likely provisional and could rise to even greater amounts. The overwhelming majority of suicide victims were men, with men seeing 23.1 suicides for every 100,000, compared to women with just 5.9 for every 100,000. This marked the highest annual total on record since 1941.
In conjunction with the rise in overall suicides, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released its own report documenting a rise in suicides among servicemembers and veterans. Between 2020 and 2021, veterans saw the suicide rate increase by 11.6%, resulting in a total of 6,392 suicides in 2021.