posted on Jan, 12 2022 @ 06:29 AM
a reply to: 38181
If the rule of law reason and common sense prevail in this case, ALL medically certified airmen will be grounded until they are tested with the
appropriate tests, as specified in the notice at hand. Perhaps you have not read it yet. It's 10 pages long and full of tiny legal details.
If common sense and the rule of law come into play (I admit that is unlikely because of the atmosphere of lawlessness that prevails inside the
Beltway) those airmen who've taken the shots will be studied and monitored to assess the damage done. They will be a separate group of test subjects
to find out how these shots damage humans.
The FAA, the DOJ and dozens of other federal agencies do not obey their own rules or the rules of the US Constitution. That is the sad reality. That
so many citizens accept that as reality, including several posters here, is testimony to just how sad the state of affairs is.
Yes, if they decide to follow the rules, those airmen can be returned to service if they show no signs of clotting, if they have normal D-Dimer values
and troponin values.
Would you approve of having healthy pilots flying your airliner, or would you prefer to be ignorant of pilots in poor health flying the plane?
Yes 121 applies to the airlines, but 61 applies to all. The title of Part 61 is "Certification of Pilots and Flight Instructors". We're dealing with
the certification of pilots here, whether they fly for the airlines or private or corporate flying. That is the issue
edit on 12-1-2022 by
Salander because: Part 61