ICYMI: FAA Quietly Widened EKG Requirements Necessary For Pilots To Fly

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Steve Kirsch reports that on October 24, 2022, the FAA quietly widened the EKG requirements necessary for pilots to be able to fly. They made no public announcement about this. 


The PR (a measure of heart function) used to be in the range of .12 to .2.


It is now: .12 to .3 and potentially even higher.


This is a very wide range; it accommodates people who have cardiac injury.


The most logical conclusion is that the FAA knows the hearts of our nation's pilots have been injured by the COVID vaccine that they were coerced into taking. Also, the number of pilots affected is huge and the cardiac damage is extensive. 


Now, passenger safety is being compromised by the lowering of the standards to enable pilots to fly.


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