Would you fly in an aircraft captained by pilots who are suffering adverse effects from the shot?
I have two friends who are commercial pilots, and both have told me about the frequent technical issues they encounter during flights. The challenges are minor and understandably not publicly announced while the aircraft is up in the sky.
The point is that air travel, while generally quite safe, has numerous default risks such as, well, you know, gravity. Compounding the inherent dangers by forcing pilots to be injected with a drug that is killing people everywhere, is a pretty bad idea.
There are also no medium-to-long-term safety trials surrounding mRNA injections.
What could possibly go wrong?
Alan Dana is a pilot with tens of thousands of flying hours, who was fired after refusing to be injected. He is part of a group called the Global Aviation Advocacy Coalition, a network of pilots opposing vaccine mandates, and exposing corruption within the aviation industry.
He joined me for a discussion around what’s going on inside the cockpit.
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