Amendment to Reinstate Pureblood Pilots Killed by GOP

via “Johno” in the combox, via

Amendment to Reinstate Vax-Resisting Pilots Killed

severe pilot shortage has been aggravating airline delays. About 18,100 open pilot positions are expected in the years ahead. Our rulers could undo some of their own damage by reinstating pilots who were forced out for not risking their health to comply with tyrannical vaccine mandates. Problem is, they couldn’t get the no-brainer through Congress:

The amendment to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization bill, introduced by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., and offered on the floor by Rep. Mary Miller, R-Ill., failed 141-298 after 83 Republicans voted with Democrats against it.

Once again, the Evil Party manages to be even worse than the Stupid Party:

Only one House Democrat, Rep. Jared Golden, D-Maine, voted for the measure.

Nearly all major U.S. airlines implemented vaccine mandates during the coronavirus pandemic in accordance with President Biden’s 2021 executive order requiring federal contractors to get the shots.

Democrats will characteristically count the misery they inflict as success. According to their dogma, when little people have access to air travel, it angers the climate gods. Even if airlines can’t keep planes in the sky, John Kerry et al. will still have their private jets.

9 thoughts on “Amendment to Reinstate Pureblood Pilots Killed by GOP”

  1. There is one political party in the U.S. and it is called freemasonry. All of this democrat and republican stuff – libertarian too – is a ruse.

  2. There is power in organizing to work as one. Conservatives are not organized, so resistance is random and not as effective. When libs protest, they act as a mob, a unified group. This is something we could do, but don’t. We allow someone to put their head up as a leader, and get taken down by the other side through mockery.
    If we ever organized our efforts, we could make a difference. Where is leadership. If it shows up, we need to get behind it. The Republicans who voted against this common sense bill deserve to hear lots from Americans.

    1. Conservatives are largely Protestant in habit and post-counciliar Catholics (Pseudo-Protestants).

      Libs are largely apostates and ex-Catholics but ape the True Church – Understanding the importance of having One Faith – One Creed. Communism understands the value of the 1st Commandment and enforcing it.

      Little wonder at who gets better results.

      1. Don’t forget the gospel for today. The children of this world are, in their own way, wiser than the Children of God. They are made for this place; we are not. The Evil One is the Prince of this world; he holds dominion over it until its end at the end of the age, even during the times when he was bound. Long past, now.

        Of course, there is also the other driving factor; the perennial Christian pastime of Heretic/Pharisee. That is, Obviously everyone more rigorous than I am is a veritable Pharisee; equally Obviously everyone less rigorous than me is a Heretic. I and I Alone Really Know the Truth and am Exactly Right in every respect.

  3. Here’s more news to darken your day…

    “Cases of myocarditis soared among U.S. service members in 2021 after the COVID-19 vaccines were rolled out, a top Pentagon official has confirmed.

    There were 275 cases of myocarditis in 2021—a 151 percent spike from the annual average from 2016 to 2020, according to Gilbert Cisneros Jr., undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, who confirmed data revealed by a whistleblower earlier this year.”

    If it’s any consolation, the Russians were just as stupid and forcibly vexxed their troops too!

    Putin and Russia are not better, and are in dire need of Consecration.

  4. “There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution.”

    — John Adams, Letter to Jonathan Jackson (2 October 1780), “The Works of John Adams”, vol 9, p.511

    1. Not really sure what he wanted in its stead – many parties, along the lines of European countries, or one party that simply differed on minute details. If the latter, seems he got his wish.

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