A few months ago on this show, we told you the remarkable story of Baheej Saliba. He moved here forty years ago from a wartorn country dreaming of becoming a pilot. He drove back and forth across America seven times looking for a flying job before he finally landed one. After nearly four decades of flying he’s achieved the American dream. He even built his own house out of adobe by hand.
But now, Baheej is fulfilling another part of being an American, by standing up against tyranny. He’s endangered his career with a major airline by standing up against the insanity of forcing pilots to mask themselves while in the air. Captain Saliba dares to say the obvious: That wearing a mask “correctly” impedes breathing, and when you impede breathing while soaring 35,000 feet in the air at 500 miles per hour, you get problems.
Because of his refusal to wear a mask while flying, Baheej has been hit with thousands of dollars in illegal fines. His airline forced him to visit a Bay Area forensic psychologist. They’re treating him like a literal insane person, for saying what would be common sense for any pilot just three years ago. But today, Covid propaganda has warped people’s brains, perhaps forever.
Right now Baheej is planning a possible legal case. At this very moment, he is looking for legal assistance in the Phoenix metro area. Sadly, he’s having a hard time. At least one lawyer had told him that attorneys are afraid to tackle any cases arising from the pandemic, whether it’s masking or vaccines or anything else. The message is “shut up, give up, don’t bother.” Baheej Saliba joins us now.
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