The initial media report about this story read: “A United Airlines flight bound for Chicago made an unplanned stop in Houston Saturday night after someone on board suffered a medical emergency.” The “someone on board” wasn’t some random passenger, though. It was the left-seat pilot who collapsed in cardiac arrest and was unresponsive.
The flight was running between Guatemala and Chicago, but the co-pilot had to land the plane at George Bush International Airport. This is perfectly normal! It happens to pilots all the time! And you are a conspiracy theorist if you think otherwise.
This is obviously another vaccine injured pilot, similar to other ones we’ve reported on in the past year or two. The airline industry is desperate to keep this hidden from the public. An airport spokesman initially claimed that the flight was diverted to Houston due to a technical issue.
Yeah, it’s kind of “technical” when your pilot’s heart stops and he needs to be “technically” zapped with a “technical” piece of equipment called a defibrillator.
Fortunately, we know what really happened because an internal United Airlines document was leaked to a friendly media outlet almost immediately on Sunday.
Many employees at United are furious that they were forced to take the COVID shots, so they won’t let their bosses get away from hiding this extreme risk to passenger safety from the public. The internal document described what happened:
“Left seat Capt had chest pains. Could not get him out of the seat. Right seater landed.”
That’s what the airport called a “technical issue.”
The report goes into even more detail:
“UA Flight 2007 GUA-ORD is diverting to IAH. Declaring an emergency for an incapacitated pilot. Gated at E20. Current ETA shows 1747. Unknown if flight will clear here at this time or just re-crew and go. Will advise when information is available. Pilot reportedly taken to a hospital.”
United CEO Scott Kirby has boasted about forcing 99% of his workforce to get the COVID shots. When many pilots applied for a religious exemption to Kirby’s mandate, he openly mocked them. Kirby reportedly told the pilots that since so many of them were suddenly “getting religion,” they really needed to put some thought into their decision because their jobs were on the line.
And even when United did allow someone to skip out of the shot on a religious exemption, Scott Kirby punished them. He put unvaccinated pilots, flight attendants, and other employees on unpaid leave. This started in August of 2021. If a United Airlines pilot wanted to start collecting a paycheck again, they needed to get the jabs. While they were on unpaid leave, Kirby denied them access to their medical, vision and dental insurance and even their life insurance. If they wanted to keep their insurance, they needed to pay out-of-pocket for it while they were not collecting paychecks.
Kirby was such a jerk to his unvaccinated pilots that he even denied them access to their own 401(k)s during the unpaid leave. They couldn’t access their own money to cover their health or life insurance while Kirby was punishing them. He kept the vaccine mandate in place for seven months, until it was so financially painful that 99% of his workforce submitted and took the shot that many of them didn’t want.
Back in November, an American Airlines pilot died immediately after takeoff from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. If it had not been for the quick actions of the co-pilot, the plane carrying an unknown number of passengers would have crashed in a densely populated residential area.
In another incident, pilot Bob Snow collapsed in cardiac arrest just 6 minutes after he had successfully landed his passenger jet. Snow has given numerous interviews about what happened to him, and directly blames the vaccine mandates for his heart troubles.
Commercial pilots are required to have an ECG test of the their heart function periodically after age 40, to make sure they’re fit to stay behind the stick. But the FAA loosened those guidelines without explanation in January. In the post-vaccine era, pilots are now allowed to have unhealthy hearts and keep flying.
Oh, and the industry is facing such a pilot shortage since the vaccine mandates that they now want to allow pilots to fly solo, with no co-pilot. The United Airlines flight is the exact reason why that is a terrible idea.