Marine activists and many others are calling for a stop to offshore wind farms while they are investigating the idea that they might be killing marine life. According to Fox News, a host of whales and other marine life began to wash up on New York and New Jersey shores in recent weeks. Seafreeze fisheries liaison Meghan Lapp spoke with Fox News. It said that the Biden Administration’s ambition to have more wind farms built offshore has potentially caused many forms of marine life to become endangered. Lapp said the following on Friday on Tucker Carlson Tonight: [tweet_embed]January 18, 2023[/tweet_embed] “I can’t authoritatively say that all off the whales that are washing up are because of offshore wind farms. But what I can tell you is that the seven whales that washed up off New Jersey in the past month have all washed up during intense geotechnical surveying of wind farm leases off of New Jersey.” She continued by saying: [tweet_embed]January 18, 2023[/tweet_embed] “On the East Coast, there has been an unusual mortality event for humpback whales from 2016 until now.” and “The only thing that has changed in the ocean in that time is the fact there have been offshore wind surveys occurring from 2015 until now. Now, magically there are a bunch of humpback whales dying.” Rep. Jeff Van Drew, R-N.J., called for an investigation to determine if there is a relationship between the windfarms and the death of marine life in the area. He also demanded that the construction of new wind farms be stopped until an investigation can be concluded into the possible links between marine life and wind farms. Lapp said the following: “The only thing that changed in the ocean is the surveying activities that have been going on for offshore wind farms, which are essentially carpet bombing the ocean floor with intense sound.” She added the following: “They need to take a very hard look at this. We know that intense sound can cause bleeding in the eardrums of whales and lesions in their ears. Now all of a sudden, you have offshore wind farm surveys, and you see them stranded on the beaches.” Lapp has previously spoken about the dangers of wind farms on a Tucker Carlson original program titled “Blown Away: The People vs. Wind Power.” On that program, Lapp discussed how dangerous wind power could be to marine life and the other issues that it might pose to the people who live nearby to those wind farms.