Josh Yoder tells Dr. Bryan Ardis: Issue of COVID vaccine injuries is going to get worse – Brighteon.TV
US Freedom Flyers co-founder Josh Yoder believes the issue about Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine injuries
is going to get worse.
"This is an issue that we don't see going away. I believe it's only going to get worse. And I think we all really need to band together all the people in the medical community, organize organizations like ours and we need to make sure we're all pulling in the same direction to get these people help," Yoder told Dr. Bryan Ardis during the July 13 episode of "The Dr. Ardis Show" on Brighteon.TV
Yoder said the vaccine injuries are "absolutely atrocious" not only for crew members from the airline industry but also for the passengers.
The veteran airline pilot noted that many people have come forward to US Freedom Flyers and some are not even associated with the airline industry.
"There is a giant cover-up happening. Concerned people must expose it and do something about it because it is going to end in catastrophe for a lot of people," he said.
Yoder related that the US Freedom Flyers started by pushing back for personal rights and freedoms, standing up against the vaccine mandates and supporting acceptance of religious and medical exemptions. Now, the organization is focused on the accountability side of the matter.
FAA allowed airlines to enforce COVID vaccine mandates without safety studies
The pilot slammed the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for allowing the airlines to enforce the COVID vaccine mandate
without long-term safety studies, which he said is something that has never happened before in the history of the FAA.
According to Yoder, the FAA just allowed the airlines to push pilots into taking an experimental shot without knowing what the side effects are going to be.
"It was obviously a politically driven decision. So what we're going to do now is hold these people accountable. We absolutely have to stop this at the FAA level. And the reason that's important is because many civil aviation authorities around the world base their rules, policies and procedures off of what the FAA is doing in the United States," Yoder said.
The US Freedom Flyers co-founder added that by targeting a specific regulatory agency, people can make a change by proving that these vaccines are bad for pilots
, which will also prove that it is bad for other people. He believes that this is going to have ripple effects.
Yoder asked the help of the American public, saying that this is not something they can do on their own. "This is going to make a fundamental difference, especially when it comes to regulations and the type of things within transportation that directly affect people's safety."
He said pilots have lost their lives in the flight deck and that this is something the airline industry has been quiet about. (Related: After vaccines killed so many, U.S. airlines have run out of pilots and are now canceling flights
"They don't care about this because the companies and the regulatory organizations that are supposed to oversee flight safety and transportation safety have completely dropped the ball here and they're liable," Yoder explained.
But the number one issue here, according to Yoder, is freedom or the loss of it.
Ardis agreed, noting that Americans should be fighting for freedom of choice. "God's greatest gift to humanity is the freedom to make choices and anyone who tries to strip that from a person is anti-God," Ardis said.
The CEO of ArdisLabs
stressed that freedom of choice is what Americans should be fighting for regardless of what their personal issues are.
Watch the July 13 episode of "The Dr. Ardis Show" below
. "The Dr. Ardis Show" airs every Wednesday at 10-11 a.m. and every Saturday at 11-12 p.m. on Brighteon.TV
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