Moms Across America is committed to educate and empower mothers and others with actions and solutions to create healthy communities. Every day our network is a part of educational outreach to millions across the nation and around the world to improve the health of our local and national communities.
The pilot community is directly responsible for the safety of over three million passengers a day in the United States. Their health is particularly important. Our loved ones are coming home for the holidays this week and next week. We expect them to arrive safely.
Unfortunately, there is an increased risk of flying these days due to side effects from the COVID vaccine. According to FAA whistleblower Bruce McGray, the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) data shows an 1100% increase in medical issues between January and November of 2021.
An alarming 300% increase in recorded disabilities has been reported just from American Airlines! Anyone who has a loved one flying this holiday season has a reason for concern.
What is the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) doing to make our flights safer?
In fact, pilots like Cody Flint, whom I had the pleasure of meeting recently, shared that not only is the FAA ignoring this issue, his medical costs went uncovered or reimbursed by the vaccine manufacturer Pfizer, and he is incapable of doing the job he loves.
Watch the interview with Cody Flint and share our call to action today!
Call to Action
Passengers, Contact the FAA and Airlines!
Tell them to make our flights safer by:
- Have at least one (of two) unvaccinated pilots
- Implement thorough and effective health screening for subclinical myocarditis and neurological issues
- Devise and provide a health support program for all airline staff
- Compensate vaccine-injured pilots and staff on disability fairly to reduce the risk of staff hiding medical issues and flying with impairments to maintain their salary.