Breaking news today is taking place as exploration recovery crews have located a ‘debris field’ at the floor of the sunken Titanic as they searched frantically for the missing submersible. The United States Coast Guard reported that the debris was found by using deep-sea robotics, one of the few ways that a search and rescue type of mission could be done at a depth that deep. As news broke of the missing debris, a man who claims to be a friend of one of the passengers was on Sky News speaking out, stating how the debris could be from the landing frame or rear cover of the tourist Titan sub ran by U.S.-based OceanGate Expeditions.
Reuters reported that exerts will review the information and debris in hopes to determine if it’s part of the missing Titanic sub that contained several very wealthy people and one man’s son – all likely to have perished as experts suggested today is when the oxygen supply predictably ran out.
The video below is harrowing because this man says he’s a friend of one of the passengers and he’s likely realizing he just lost a friend to the sea.
That sub is a metaphor for the White House, sinking just as fast as the Biden regime sinks America
— drastic215 (@drastic215x) June 22, 2023
The missing Titan sub was about 22-feet long and had a homemade look to it, despite big companies helping along the way. The CEO, Stockton Rush, received criticism when videos surfaced that he controlled the sub with a video Logic Tech game controller and rumors suggested the sub was bolted shut from the outside, meaning no one could open it from the inside without the help of someone from the outside.
The CEO faced more backlash when he suggested he did not want to hire a group of 50-year-old white men because they would not spark inspiration. The CEO was criticized as being ‘woke’ and using a ‘diversty’ hire approach to his business, but it’s not very clear who or why he hired the people he hired. The OceanGate hiring process may remain at mystery as the CEO remains missing in the Titan sub in the ocean.
However, CEO Stockton Rush did make several comments about his hiring process and the lack of 50-year-old white guys. He said, as previously reported, “When I started the business, one of the things you’ll find, there are other sub operators out there, but they typically have gentlemen who are ex-military sub-mariners, and they — you’ll see a whole bunch of 50-year-old white guys…”
Stockton Rush said he wanted a younger team who could lead to inspiration, but it seems like inspiration and experience don’t go hand-in-hand considering the sad results of the missing Titanic sub. OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush further said: “I wanted our team to be younger, to be inspirational. And I’m not going to inspire a 16-year-old to go pursue marine technology, but a 25-year-old who’s a sub pilot or a platform operator, one of our techs, can be inspirational. So we’ve really tried to get very intelligent, motivated, younger individuals involved because we’re doing things that are completely new.”
As of now, the remains of Stockton Rush and his crew may be lost at sea forever and that may inspire people to hire based on experience, not youth or inspiration levels.
WATCH this video to see how they were doing before oxygen ran out:
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