Vaccine Injuries May Disqualify 30% of Pilots

A cardiologist said recently that certain health screening measures that airlines could implement could ground 30% of working American pilots because of COVID-19 vaccine-related heart conditions.

U.S. Freedom Flyers (USFF) founder Joshua Yoder told Vaccine Safety Research Foundation founder Steve Kirsch in an interview last week that his organization has also received hundreds of accounts of pilots flying while actively suffering from vaccine side effects.

Yoder said the most significant issues reported include myocarditis, pericarditis, and chest pains. The pilot activist said the USFF is working to find solutions for injured pilots and is working with unions and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to develop a reporting protocol for pilots to be able to safely discuss their health conditions.

Yoder said that if passengers knew the reality of what is going on with the FAA and the airlines, they “would be livid” and a massive class action lawsuit would already be underway. He added that if the country continues on the current path, “at some point it’s going to end in catastrophe.”

He said that he has discussed pilot medical testing with world renowned cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, who provided him with the “30% loss in manpower” figure.

McCullough joined with other leading medical experts in writing a letter to the FAA and the major airlines last December, urging upgraded health assessments for pilots, including EKGs and cardiac MRIs.

Yoder also discussed the case of Captain Robert Snow, who suffered a cardiac arrest on April 9 just six minutes after landing his commercial aircraft at Dallas-Fort Worth airport. He required three treatments with an automated external defibrillator to be resuscitated.

Snow called on USFF for help, which referred a team of doctors and lawyers to help him. He is now healing at home according to Yoder. He added that American Airlines, the FAA, and the unions are all “trying to create as much distance between themselves and the incident as humanly possible.”

Yoder also discussed the cases of other pilots who have suffered strokes and even one who had a brief mid-flight blackout.