Finally some truth manages to shine through….
The reason for this is found in the air filtration systems on board commercial jet liners.
According to the testimony provided by these C.E.O’s an airplane is actually one of the safest indoor places a person can be due to the air filtration systems on board.
Knowing this, why did they support the mask mandates?
Let’s take a look at what they had to say:
Airline CEOs Testified on Capitol Hill today~
They all Stated:
💥"Masks don't add much of anything in the Air Cabin Environment"
Watch Til End ~ pic.twitter.com/TpNeLIUAi4
— Lawyerforlaws (@lawyer4laws) December 16, 2021
CEOs of Southwest & American Airlines said masks on airplanes don’t do anything— “… the case is very strong that masks don't add much, if anything, in the air cabin…”
Tell that to the little kids you’ve been suffocating in the name of “safety.”https://t.co/MRouS3SVJk
— Marina Medvin 🇺🇸 (@MarinaMedvin) December 16, 2021
Kelly further stated: “The statistics I recall is that 99.97% of airborne pathogens are captured by the [high efficiency particulate air] filtering system, and it’s turned over every two or three minutes.”
Meanwhile, Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., and several other Democrats in the House of Representatives have expressed their support for a federal COVID-19 vaccine requirement for air travel.
When does the masking end? Seriously ? When does maskism on planes and threatening people who take mask down to eat stop? We have created a society of masks which is inhuman and what THEY WANT!
— Frabk E Jones (@FrabkJones) December 16, 2021
It's all been simply a religious ritual for the #ChurchOfWoke the whole time, exactly as I (and others) have said from Day One.
The airline CEOs knew the entire time that masks on planes served no purpose. Yet the went along with mandates. Let that sink in. https://t.co/KhGfazzJxE
— Cyprian (@cyprianous) December 16, 2021
CNN Business had more:
The comments from American Airlines (AAL) CEO Doug Parker — the nation’s largest carrier — and Southwest (LUV) CEO Gary Kelly came during a hearing about the financial support that airlines received from the federal government in 2020 and 2021.
But the topic of masks arose via a question from Sen. Roger Wicker, the ranking Republican on the Senate committee holding the hearing.
“I think the case is very strong that masks don’t add much, if anything, in the air cabin environment. It is very safe and very high quality compared to any other indoor setting,” said Kelly.