Doctors & Lawyers Send Letter Of Concern To FAA About Pilots Who’ve Had The COVID Vaccine
Nicole S. Murphy, The Pulse, January 7, 2022
A group of lawyers and doctors have sent a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), along with the Department of Transportation, the Department of Justice and different airlines outlining concerns around pilots that have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
The letter points out that according to FAA regulations pilots are not to take drugs that have been FDA approved for less than 12 months. It also legally informs these authorities that pilots have in fact been seriously injured or died after receiving the vaccine.
In one case agricultural pilot Cody Flint doesn’t even remember landing his plane after he blacked out while flying three days after receiving the COVID vaccine. He was eager to be vaccinated on Feb 1, 2021, but when he got the shot he remembers experiencing an extreme headache that moved down his neck.
Flint thought what he was experiencing were just normal side effects that would go away, but when he went to work on Feb. 3 while flying he experienced extreme pain and tunnel vision.
“It was like a bomb went off in my head. I got dizzy, disoriented, nauseous. Just shaking uncontrollably. It was February 3rd and it was freezing outside but I put the air conditioner on trying to bring myself to. The last thing I remember is trying to land on a four lane highway underneath me, but too many cars were coming so I thought I will try to make it back to our runway.”
Although he has no memory of landing the plane, he did so without incident. Men on the ground had to help him out of the plane and he woke up on the couch.
Even though his family doctor has seen him since he was a two year old, Flint never had a serious health condition in the past. He was initially diagnosed with vertigo and severe panic attacks.
“I told him I had just been vaccinated, and it went in one ear and ran out the other.”
Later a physician confirmed that it was a vaccine injury that caused both of his inner ears to rupture.
With the already known health risks the pressure changes while flying can cause such as blood clotting, it makes sense that drugs need to be extra vetted for aviation staff.
Other professionals have been speaking out as well including senior U.S. Army flight surgeon Lieutenant Colonel Theresa. A board certified aerospace medicine specialist with a masters in public health, she has been in the army for over 30 years.
She testified that she had to ground three pilots in one day for what she believed to be vaccine injury and was taken off seeing acute cases soon after.
“I believe the COVID vaccine is a greater threat to soldiers’ health and military readiness than the virus itself.”
Lieutenant Colonel Theresa Long
There have been many flights cancelled with claims of staff shortages and other COVID related issues as well . How do we trust that the full truth is being told?
With staff shortages, mandates and travel restrictions, flights are being cancelled non stop lately. Do we trust that vaccine injury is not playing a role in this situation? And how would be we able to find out? COVID vaccine injuries are not as rareas we’ve been made to believe. In fact, it’s a growing issue.
The mainstream media’s line is clearly-evident in this piece from CNBC.
We are being played. How long before people say, “Enough!”
Moderna CEO warns people may need fourth Covid shot as efficacy of boosters likely to decline over time
Spencer Kimball, CNBC, Jan 6 2022
Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said the efficacy of boosters against Covid-19 will likely decline over time, and some people may need a fourth shot by the fall.
“I would expect that it’s not going to hold great,” Bancel said, during a Goldman Sachs interview, referring to the strength of the single booster shots.
A random mutation could change the course of the pandemic again, Bancel warned.
Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel on Thursday said the efficacy of boosters against Covid-19 will likely decline over time, and people may need a fourth shot in the fall to increase their protection.
Bancel said people who received their boosters last fall will likely have enough protection to get them through the winter, when new infections surge as people gather indoors to escape the cold.
However, Bancel said the efficacy of boosters will probably decline over the course of several months, similar to what happened with the first two doses. The Moderna chief was interviewed by Goldman Sachs during the investment bank’s health-care CEO conference.
“I will be surprised when we get that data in the coming weeks that it’s holding nicely over time — I would expect that it’s not going to hold great,” Bancel said, referring to the strength of the booster shots.
An unprecedented surge of infections from the highly contagious omicron variant is currently spreading worldwide. In the U.S., the seven-day average is now more than 574,000 new cases daily, according to a CNBC analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University.
The Moderna CEO said governments, including the U.K. and South Korea, are already ordering the doses in preparation. “I still believe we’re going to need boosters in the fall of ’22 and forward,” Bancel said, adding that people who are older or have underlying health conditions might need annual boosters for years to come.