Joshua Yoder, a pilot and co-founder of the U.S. Freedom Flyers, a health freedom advocacy organization formed to help transportation industry employees oppose COVID-19 vaccine mandates, relayed McCullough's words during an interview. (Related: Pilots fear for safety of passengers as airlines continue to impose COVID-19 vaccine mandate – Brighteon.TV.)
In the interview conducted by Vaccine Safety Research Foundation founder Steve Kirsch, Yoder said McCullough told him in a prior conversation that, if airlines conducted health screenings on their vaccinated pilots, 30 percent of them would be disqualified due to newly found cardiac issues caused by the COVID-19 vaccine.
McCullough has been consistent in advocating for an end to vaccinations Last year, he and several other critics of the experimental and dangerous COVID-19 vaccines gave the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) several recommendations based on known safety concerns with the vaccines.
These recommendations include medically flagging all vaccinated pilots and de-certifying and grounding pilots who fail cardiovascular health screening tests. These include EKGs, D-dimer tests, troponin tests, cardiac MRIs and any pilots "who otherwise show symptoms indicative of possible blood-clotting issues or myocarditis." These symptoms include chest pain, shortness of breath and decreased tolerance to exercise.
In the written recommendations, McCullough and his colleagues contended that the FAA, by allowing vaccinated pilots to continue flying without the appropriate medical clearances, is "putting both pilots and the general public at risk of death and/or serious injury."
In his interview with Kirsch, Yoder noted that the most prominent health issues being reported by vaccinated pilots include chest pains, myocarditis and pericarditis. A day before the interview, Yoder said three vaccinated pilots called him to say that they were being forced to fly with chest pains. Another pilot was being treated for heart issues by a cardiologist.
"I'm afraid if we keep going down this path, at some point it's going to end in catastrophe," said Yoder, hinting at the possibility that one of these vaccinated pilots could experience heart complications mid-flight, endangering the lives of his passengers.
"If passengers actually knew what was going on at the airlines and the FAA, they would be livid, and everyone would be jumping on a class action suit against all of them."
Multiple pilots like Yoder have already spoken out about experiencing health issues due to the mandated vaccinations.
One captain, Robert Snow, who works for American Airlines, nearly died when his heart stopped mere minutes after landing his plane. The cardiac arrest was caused by the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
Another pilot, Greg Pierson, suffered a stroke after getting the COVID-19 vaccine under duress last year. Pierson said during an interview that if he had his stroke while piloting a plane, he could have caused a crash.
Another pilot, Cody Flint, who flies agricultural planes, was vaccinated in Feb. 2021. He suffered a mid-flight blackout a few days after getting vaccinated, and said that he was only able to safely land "by the grace of God."
Flint was diagnosed with a neurological disorder that gives him severe headaches and vertigo – two problems he never had to deal with before he got vaccinated.
Learn more about COVID vaccine adverse effects at VaccineInjuryNews.com.
Watch this short episode of the "Health Ranger Report" as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, talks about the sudden uptick in fully vaccinated and boosted individuals who are either dead or dying.