(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) The Federal Aviation Administration quietly admitted to lowering its standards for pilots’ heart rates in the post-COVID jab era, medical journalist Steve Kirsch reported on his Substack blog.
Although largely unnoticed for several months, it carries alarming implications both for the safety of air travel and in its tacit acknowledgment by a federal agency that the vaccine produces harmful side-effects.
The guide change, which was made with no announcement, altered the requirements for a pilot’s PR interval—a measure of heart function. The FAA used to demand that pilots fall within the range of 0.12 to 0.2 seconds.
But now, they allow pilots to fall within the range of 0.12 to 0.3 seconds, and potentially even higher.
PR intervals above 0.2 seconds indicate potentially-severe heart problems such as pericarditis or myocarditis, two conditions that have spiked dramatically among vaxxed populations, even among children and otherwise healthy young people.
Kirsch noted that there is some substantial evidence supporting the speculative connection between the jab and heart troubles, emphasizing in particular the fact that numerous stories to the effect have not only been ignored, but actively silenced.
Further, the FAA only made the changes over two years after the pandemic began, suggesting that the cause was more recently discovered. Lastly, he noted that cardiologists have only seen catastrophic heart damage on a large scale since the vaccine was created.
In other words, the federal government has forced citizens to comply while at the same time making them entirely defenseless in the face of the diseases that it spread.