Myocarditis - Cleared to Fly!
FAA acknowledges vaccine-induced myocarditis in pilots - clears to fly anyway
We’ve been following what’s been happening in the airline industry recently. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA changed the EKG parameter range - EKGs that would have been out of range (pre-pandemic) are now totally acceptable.
More recently we looked at the sudden deaths of airline crew, like the British Airways pilot who died suddenly at the crew hotel moments before departing to fly a fully loaded airplane from Cairo back to Heathrow.
For the most part, we’ve been left in the dark. Unable to know what the regulators were doing. Well, today we have another piece of that puzzle. A pilot has released his redacted FAA medical review letter.
Not only does this letter show the FAA is aware of vaccine-induced Myocarditis, but they are also allowing him to fly - approving this particular pilot for a first-class medical certificate, the highest class of medical certificates which is required to be the “pilot in command.”
Keep in mind this letter is from the Federal Aviation Administration to a pilot who has been diagnosed with myocarditis - which can lead to cardiac arrest (sudden death). Take a look at the letter here:
Now of course the FAA uses “possible” vaccine-induced myocarditis, but for that to even make it through to this letter the FAA and the pilots’ doctors must have had good reason to believe it was from the vaccine.
As you can see this particular pilot has the following health issues:
Possible vaccine-induced myocarditis
Hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol)
Ganglion Cyst Removal
I sent this letter to a few commercial airline pilots and their reactions were disbelief. One noting you used to get grounded for a lot less.
The FAA is basically saying as long as you don’t have symptoms you can fly. They mention CFR § 61.53 - which states the prohibition on operations during medical deficiency.
The FAA needs to come out and explain the recent changes, in detail and address the concerns of the flying public.
Back in 2017, the FAA allowed Boeing to self-certify the 737 Max MCAS software which led to two 737 Max crashes, killing 350 people and grounding all remaining 737 MAX jets for nearly 2 years. Now the FAA wants to take the same approach with diagnosed cases of myocarditis, allowing pilots to self-certify. The FAA's decision to place the responsibility of determining whether to fly on the pilot is negligence.
What do you think… Should the pilot in the letter be cleared to fly?
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So...what the FAA is basically admitting to is flying is now a game of Russian roulette unless you are a climate narrative, private jet flying, unjabbed pilot requesting, elite. Wonder how much funding the FAA is getting from the government, Big Pharma etc to put the flying public in danger and to uphold the false narrative??? Truth will come to light and there will be a reckonning for them. The love of money is the root of all evil so when something is so illogical, so against humanity, so blatantly false, ignoring proven fact, join the dots and just follow the money.
SAFE: Pilots with myocarditis ripe for sudden death, at the controls and responsible for hundreds of lives.
UNSAFE: Unjabbed employees working remotely from home.