'It’s Going to End in Catastrophe': Airline Pilot Fears for Colleagues' Safety, Says US Pilots Are Unable to Talk About Jab-Related Health ProblemsJoshua Yoder is an airline pilot and co-founder of the U.S. Freedom Flyers (USFF), an advocacy group formed to help transportation industry employees maintain their medical autonomy and oppose federal vax statutes.
As noted by the website American Greatness, Yoder recently disclosed in an interview with Vaccine Safety Research Foundation founder Steve Kirsch that the USFF has already received hundreds of reports of pilots experiencing chest pain and other adverse side effects of COVID shots while flying planes.
Of course, people experiencing chest pain caused by jab-related pericarditis or myocarditis (heart inflammation) is concerning enough. But to know that men and women are experiencing these issues while flying commercial aircrafts is deeply worrisome, Yoder says. Plus, many of these airline pilots are reluctant to speak out about their health problems because they fear losing their jobs.
“I’m afraid if we keep going down this path,” he said in his interview with Kirsch, “at some point, it’s going to end in catastrophe.”
Vaxxed Pilots Should Be 'Medically Flagged,' Experts Warn, and Not Allowed to Fly If They Fail Heart Function Tests out of Fear of Suffering Medical Emergency, Losing Control of Aircraft Mid-FlightIn his interview, Yoder also shared what well-known Texan cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough said to him in a prior conversation: “if every vaccinated pilot were to be screened, there would be somewhere around a 30 percent loss in manpower” due to new jab-related cardiac issues.
- “Medically flagging all vaccinated pilots”
- Medically de-certifying and grounding any and all pilots who fail heart health screening tests, including EKGs, D-dimer tests, troponin tests, and cardiac MRIs, or “who otherwise show symptoms indicative of possible blood-clotting issues or myocarditis,” including chest pain, shortness of breath, and decreased exercise tolerance
In their letter, Dr. McCullough and colleagues also contend that the FAA, by allowing newly jabbed pilots to fly without appropriate medical clearance following their vaccinations, is “putting both pilots and the general public at risk of death and/or serious injury.”