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VAXXIDENTS? Speculation Runs Wild About Why Airline Canceled Hundreds of Flights!


Ready for the word of 2021?


Or Vaccidents.

I don’t know if we’ve all agreed on a spelling yet, but the word is a merger of “vaccine” and “accidents”.

As far as I know, it may have been coined by Clif High who is the first person I heard using it.

The word is meant to describe the sudden mass accidents that will start occurring in society based on people suddenly falling ill, passing out, having severe brain fog, getting confused, or suffering any number of other ailments as a result of getting the COVID jab.

And it’s starting to go mainstream.

A couple days ago, we brought you news of 4 British Airlines pilots who all died suddenly at roughly the same time.

The airline has confirmed the deaths but downplayed any causation relating to the vax.

But the public is starting to take note and ask questions, take a look:

Now today comes news that American Airlines has grounded “hundreds” of flights.

They are blaming maintenance issues, but some are asking whether it’s due to vaxxidents.

From Yahoo News:

Hundreds of American Airlines flights have been canceled this weekend and Monday because of significant staffing and maintenance issues.

As of Sunday afternoon, 123 flights were canceled Saturday, 178 on Sunday and 97 were canceled for Monday – largely the result of a high number of sick calls, combined with maintenance and other staffing issues.

American told ABC News that most of the cancelations are on A320 and 737 aircraft, but that it may continue to cancel at least 50 to 60 flights per day for the rest of June and 50 to 80 flights per day through July.

“We made targeted changes with the goal of impacting the fewest number of customers by adjusting flights in markets where we have multiple options for re-accommodation,” according to an American Airlines statement.

American said it will attempt to notify customers far in advance of their flights and provide an opportunity for customers to rebook on alternative flights through its app.

All U.S. airlines and the Transportation Security Administration have struggled with staffing as air travel has rapidly jumped from historic lows to approaching pre-pandemic levels.

When air travel came to a halt in March 2020, thousands of employees were offered early retirements and buyouts, but now the airlines are desperate to fill these positions again.

American is also dealing with a staffing shortage with their catering contractor and wheelchair operators.

What do you think?

You ok flying if your pilot and co-pilot suddenly have a vaxxident?


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