Last week, I covered a number of pilots and flight attendants that have “died suddenly,” obviously after having taken the experimental COVID shots. In the third such incident this month, a United Airlines flight from Guatemala to Chicago was diverted to Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Saturday due to both a technical issue and a medical issue.
Of course, local affiliates covered the story, but nothing too in depth.
For instance, KHOU reported:
HOUSTON — A United Airlines flight from Guatemala headed to Chicago was diverted to Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Saturday due to a technical issue, an airport spokesperson told KHOU 11.
United Airlines posted the following message on the flight’s status page regarding the diversion:
“We diverted to Houston this evening so our team can address an unexpected crew-related matter. We’re sorry for any inconvenience, and we’ll keep you updated as we get more information.”
A spokesperson for the airport told KHOU 11 there was a medical call when the flight landed. It’s unclear what led to the diversion at this time.
The flight was initially headed to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
According to Flight Aware, the plane took off from La Aurora International in Guatemala City at 2:26 p.m. CST and arrived at Bush IAH’s Gate E20 at 5:39 p.m.
While details about the incident were limited, KPRC 2 reached out to United Airlines and the Houston Airport System for answers.
Augusto Bernal, Director of Communications, HAS, issued the following statement:
“United Airlines Flight 2007 was diverted to IAH. It was diverted for a technical and a medical condition.”
CD Media provides additional information:
An emergency was declared “for an incapacitated pilot,” stated a Houston UAL internal document given to CDM.Press.
“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,” states the UAL Operation Center communication.
According to the UAL file, “Left seat Capt had chest pains. Could not get him out of the seat. Right seater landed.”
UAL’s CEO Scott Kirby has prided himself for making mandatory covid vaccinations part of UAL’s branding since August 2021 when he first mandated the shots.
At that time, UAL employees could apply for a religious or medical exemption. Kirby has claimed publicly that 99% of their employees have been vaccinated.
But, there is more to Kirby’s proclamations. If a religious exemption was granted, employees were put on “unpaid leave.” They did not have access to any of their benefits, including medical, vision, life, and their 401(K) accounts. If they wanted to continue with their medical insurance, they had to make payments which was burdensome because they were not receiving paychecks. It was only in March 2022 when those put on unpaid leave were invited back to work.
Even when they were invited back to work, those employees allege that they were further discriminated against by the company and even harassed by their colleagues.
In 2021, in video tape given to CDM.Press, UAL’s CEO Scott Kirby is viewed mocking his employees who were invited to apply for their religious exemptions telling them that they really needed to think twice about just now finding religion and then filing a religious exemption because their jobs “were on the line.” That remark was targeted to the pilots.
This is going to result eventually in a major air catastrophe and the FAA, Big Pharma, political pimps acting as representatives and the White House, as well as the previous administration should all give account for this destruction in the united States. To bring them to justice now would be better than waiting.
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