Vax Injured Pilots, Is It Safe to Fly? | Greg Hill
Many of you will be aware of the multiple incidents of pilots who have collapsed in the cockpit after receiving covid vaccinations. Recently Steve Kirsch, an American entrepreneur and activist revealed on his Substack changes made by the Federal Aviation Administration on a concerning change to medical examinations for pilots, in which EKG requirements were greatly relaxed due to the large number of heart injuries.
Transport Canada has also relaxed their requirements, and if it can be believed, to an even more concerning degree.
But does this mean that flying has become unsafe? Certainly the WEF wants us to think so, as they want to restrict our movements as much as possible. But what does an experienced pilot have to say?
Greg Hill is the co-founder of FreetoFly.ca, an organization founded to fight for our right to freedom of movement. Greg is also an experienced commercial pilot who lost his job after refusing the vaccines.
In this interview, Greg talks about the changes at Transport Canada and his concerns of the impact on flight safety, but he also gives us an inside view of the redundancies built into flight crews, the training they go through in order to react quickly and decisively in the event that another pilot collapses mid-flight, and provides us with a clear and balanced view, free of fear-mongering, so that we can all make an informed decision about whether or not we feel safe to fly.
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