n American Airlines Pilot, Robert Snow, was in the cockpit of a plane that had just landed on Thursday when his heart stopped due to what was described as “severe post-vaccination cardiac arrest,” according to reports.
Snow was operating Airbus 321 and suffered the incident just six minutes after the plane touched down, narrowly avoiding a potential catastrophe that endangered his life as well as the 200 other people on board.
Head of the US Freedom Flyers, Joshua Yoder, issued a press release on the incident, outlining the danger of the incident. “This near miss is a direct result of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) overlooking their own safety regulations for brazenly political purposes,” the statement said, “relating to the dangerous COVID-19 vaccine mandate policies many airlines have enacted in coordination with the FAA.”
Yoder pointed out in the statement that the airlines has mandated the Covid shot in order for employees, including pilots, to keep their jobs, despite the fact that the shots remain under emergency use authorization by the FDA. In other words, pilots are forced to receive an experimental drug injection to keep their jobs, putting hundreds of people’s lives at risk every time they fly.
Further, Yoder said that the FAA has “abdicated its mission” to “provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world” by mandating these shots, thereby “[weaponizing] COVID-19 vaccine politics to put airline’s employees and passengers in grave danger.”
In September of 2021, Lieutenant Colonel Theresa Long, Brigade Surgeon for the Army’s 1st Aviation Brigade in Ft. Rucker, Alabama, spoke out and wrote an affidavit (which was included in a military leaders’ lawsuit seeking an injunction on Biden’s mandate) about the dangers of forcing these shots on pilots. At that time, she said, “The majority of young new Army aviators are in their early twenties. We know there is a risk of myocarditis with each mRNA vaccination. Vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna both have been linked to myocarditis, especially in young males between 16-24 years old.”
In November, Long testified at Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson’s panel discussion regarding the shots, speaking on three pilots she had to ground in one morning, all three due to vaccine injuries. “After I reported to my command my concerns that in one morning,” she said, “I had to ground three out of three pilots due to vaccine injuries, the next day my patients were can…