There was a massive explosion from a plane crash near Washington, DC at about 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. The sound of the explosion and the shockwave were heard and felt in nearby Maryland and Virginia. While everyone is focusing on what a tragedy the crash is—a mother, a young child and a nanny were killed in the crash—no one is asking the obvious question.
What is the vaccination status of the pilot who reportedly “passed out” at the controls long before the crash happened?
This crash was a huge deal. After the pilot passed out at the controls, the private Cessna Citation business jet was headed right for restricted Washington, DC airspace. When the pilot was unresponsive with air traffic control operators, four F-16 fighter jets were dispatched to intercept it. About ten minutes after the fighter jets intercepted the plane, it crashed in Virginia.
The jet belonged to a company called Encore Motors, which is owned by John and Barbara Rumpel. The Rumpels are big Trump supporters and campaign donors. John Rumpel confirmed to the Washington Post that the people on board were his daughter and granddaughter, and their nanny.
It’s a terrible tragedy for the Rumpels, and we’re not trying to compound their pain in any way. But for the sake of the country, it is important that the public learns whether the pilot of the plane received the experimental mRNA COVID vaccine. We have thousands of pilots in the air right now whose hearts could be ticking time bombs because of these vaccines, and public safety and even national security could be at risk because of this.
We have been covering the growing number of pilot fatalities and near-fatalities that have happened since the introduction of the COVID vaccines. We have seen pilots who landed their commercial jet with hundreds of passengers on board, only to collapse from cardiac arrest moments later.
Just last November, a planeload of passengers was taking off from O’Hare Airport in Chicago when the pilot died at the controls. The only thing that prevented the jet from crashing in a residential neighborhood in West Chicago was the quick actions of the co-pilot.
We already have a major pilot shortage in this country, partly due to the forced vaccination program that the airlines put their employees through. Some pilots quit rather than getting jabbed. Other pilots were ruled unfit to fly after the vaccines made them sick. The shortage is so bad that the Biden FAA loosened restrictions on health checkups for pilots. A pilot can now have detectable heart damage and still be cleared to fly under the new rules.
The Biden regime is also trying to loosen restrictions so that commercial pilots are flying solo, instead of with a co-pilot, to alleviate the shortage. Doesn’t the Encore Motors crash highlight the folly of this idea? We wouldn’t even be having this discussion if there had been a co-pilot on board. Because the pilot was flying solo, and then became incapacitated for some reason, the three passengers tragically died.
While the NTSB is investigating the crash, they have an obvious clue that they should look at first. The F-16 pilots saw the poor pilot of the Cessna slumped over the controls. He was unconscious, or possibly dead at the time. There is no reason to look at mechanical or pilot error at this time, like most comprehensive NTSB investigations do. The pilot was out cold. The priority needs to be an immediate autopsy, and then examine the pilot’s medical history to see if he was vaccinated.
Major commercial air crashes are largely a thing of the past here in America, because of the industry’s safety protocols. The last time that we have a major commercial airline crash was in 2009, when Colgan Air flight 3407 crashed between Newark and Buffalo. The crash killed all 49 people on board and one on the ground.
Crashes have been increasingly rare in recent years, but we’re seeing more and more of these incidents with pilots suddenly passing out or dying at the controls. This only started happening after the rollout of the vaccines. We could have some major catastrophes, much larger than this crash outside of DC, on our hands in the near future if we don’t figure out why this is happening to so many pilots.