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The FAA wants to play hardball with the pilots and flight attendants. Game on!
I hoped we could solve this with a civil dialog. I was wrong. Let me be clear: thousands of people who work in critical infrastructure are pissed. VERY pissed. I predict heads will roll at the FAA.
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For the next 3 months, every time you take a trip on a plane, print out 10 copies of this flier and hand it to flight attendants, ticket counter representatives, and pilots (or ask the flight attendant to give it to the pilots).
Secondly, if you work in airline/airport infrastructure (pilot, flight attendant, baggage handler, air traffic controller, etc), please sign the petition and tell 10 of your friends to sign.
If everyone who reads this article takes this simple action, we will destroy the false “safe and effective” narrative when the FAA holds their public hearing and all the injured pilots and flight attendants testify (we estimate that there are thousands of them).
Our goal is to reach 100% of all pilots and flight attendants for every airline in the US.
What happened earlier today
Today I spoke with the Deputy Administrator of the FAA, Bradley Mims.
I identified myself as the journalist that is causing them so much trouble and asked him for his reaction to our call for the FAA to investigate pilot/flight attendant injuries and deaths.
His response: “No comment.”
He referred me to the press office.
They also had “no comment.”
WTF!?!? Are you kidding me?!?!? That’s OUTRAGEOUS.
People are dead, injured, disabled and their only response is “no comment”?!?!?! Wow.
We have people involved in our nation’s critical infrastructure who have been seriously harmed, disabled, or killed by the COVID vaccines, in some cases, putting passenger lives at risk. And the agency responsible for air safety refuses to investigate ANY such incidents. When asked about the lack of investigation, they reply “no comment.”
Wow. This is stunning.
I’m trying to resolve this with minimal disruption
Next, I sent the following email to the DOT pressoffice email:
Next, I emailed the CEOs of United and American Airlines using their personal emails:
I’ll update this article if I hear back from them. Don’t hold your breath.
After I published the article, here’s the email I sent to the two top FAA administrators
And this just in…
The FAA was wrong to dismiss the vaccines as safe. If you incapacitate 13.4% of the workforce for a negative benefit (you are more likely to get COVID with each shot per the Cleveland Clinic study), you have a federal agency which is in serious need of people who can think clearly.