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Cardiologist Says 30% of Vaxxed Pilots Would Fail Health Screenings, Immediately Be Grounded

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One thing I have taken notice of over the last year are all the vaccine related injuries in sports.

Staggering numbers of athletes have suffered mysterious heart attacks, myocarditis, and even death after receiving the Covid-19 therapeutic shot.

Sports was one area where vaccines were required, but there is another sector in which they were required: the airline travel industry—including pilots.

We are now seeing similar reports of vaccine related injuries among airline pilots…

Dr. Peter McCullough claims that roughly 1/3rd of airline pilots would not clear the physical examination test required for flight due to effects from the Covid-19 shot.

He isn’t in the interview below, but Kirsch and Yoder discuss Dr.McCulloughs claims:

American Greatness had more on the story:

“He [McCullough] said that if every vaccinated pilot were to be screened, there would be somewhere around a 30 percent loss in manpower,” Yoder told Kirsch.

McCullough, along with Idaho pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole, Robert Kennedy Jr, Lt. Col Teresa Long M.D., Lt. Col. Peter Chambers D.O. and other experts signed letter to the Federal Aviation Administration and the major airlines on Dec. 15, 2021, urging them to flag all vaccinated pilots, and administer EKGs, D-dimer tests, troponin tests, and cardiac MRIs to assess their health.


Lifesite News continues:

The USFF formed last fall to help employees in the transportation industry oppose the federal laws surrounding vaccinations.

“I’m afraid if we keep going down this path, at some point it’s going to end in catastrophe,” he said.

“If passengers actually knew what was going on at the airlines and the FAA, they would be livid, and everyone would be jumping on a class action suit against all of them,” he said.

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