Flight safety is of paramount importance in modern America, especially after the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The last time we had a major airline disaster in America was just a couple of months after 9/11. That was when American Airlines Flight 587 went down in Queens, New York, killing 260 people on board the plane and five people on the ground. Flying has become incredibly safe since that incident. But is it still safe, now that we’ve forced pilots to take an experimental medicine that is known to cause blood clotting and other problems? Maybe not.
Last month we told you about American Airlines pilot Bob Snow. Bob landed his commercial airplane and immediately went into cardiac arrest. If that had happened just a few minutes earlier while the plane was in the air, who knows what might have happened? Bob blames the COVID vaccine for his heart attack, which he fortunately survived.
And he might not be the only pilot who was injured in recent incidents. Here are 8 more.
Among these first three incidents, two them may or may not be vaccine related. On April 19th, a small plane crashed into a food processing plant in Idaho, killing the pilot. On April 22nd, a second small plane crashed into a food processing plant in Georgia, killing three people. That doesn’t seem like it could be a coincidence, especially since the two crashes happened right after Joe Biden threatened America with food shortages. Maybe the pilots were suicidal wind-up toys that the Biden regime sent out to cripple our food supply. Or maybe it was the vaccines. We just don’t know.
In a third small plane crash incident, a pilot crashed his plane into a grocery store in Temixco, Mexico on March 28th. Three people were killed and three were injured. Was that a vaccine-related crash?
On March 23rd, Flight MU5735 in China went into a nosedive suddenly when it was 29,000 feet in the air. It smashed straight into the ground at more than 500 miles an hour, killing all 132 people on board. Airline officials are baffled as to how the plane even did that. They say they have no idea what could have caused the crash. Did the pilot have a heart attack and lose control of the plane?
Last August, a Biman Air passenger flight in India had to be diverted and landed by the co-pilot, after the pilot suffered a massive heart attack. There were 126 passengers on board. Officials say it very well could have been a catastrophe, if not for the co-pilot landing the plane safely. The pilot died. Was that a mid-flight vaccine injury?
In San Diego, a Cessna C340 crashed in a fiery explosion last October. The crash killed the pilot and a UPS driver on the ground. The pilot was a cardiologist, so there’s about a 99% chance he was fully vaccinated. Did he have a vaccine-induced heart attack in the air?
And a truly amazing incident happened just off the coast of Florida last week. A passenger got on the radio with an air traffic controller in Boca Raton and said this:
“My pilot has gone incoherent, and I have no idea how to fly the plane.”
Fortunately, there was an experienced air traffic controller on the radio and the passenger stayed calm. The controller talked the passenger through how to get the plane over a runway in Palm Beach and power down for a safe landing. The passenger had never touched the controls of an airplane before in their life. Normally, I would never link to a story in the New York Times, but this incident is so amazing that you might want to read about it, so… HERE. You’re welcome for the extra traffic, failing New York Times.
Once again, the same question comes up, however: Why did that pilot suddenly “go incoherent?”
After the airline industry has been so safe for the past 20 years, why are we suddenly having so many plane crashes since last summer? Hmmm… What could have changed suddenly since last summer? Is there any possibility that these crashes and near-misses all have some sort of common denominator? Or are we just conspiracy theorists for noticing this?