Cody Flint, a pilot, and Lt. Col. Theresa Long, an army physician, gave their testimonies during a three-hour panel discussion hosted by U.S. Senator Ron Johnson on 3 November in Washington D.C. The expert panel included doctors and medical researchers who treat Covid injection injuries and they were joined by patients who have experienced adverse events to Covid injections.
Cody Flint, a previously healthy 33-year-old agricultural pilot, testified he received his first dose of the Pfizer injection on 1 February 2021. Within 30 mins of having the injection he displayed symptoms of an adverse reaction. Two days later he was back in the cockpit flying and almost immediately knew something was wrong: he developed tunnel vision, his headache worsened and at one point he almost “blacked out.” He was later diagnosed with perilymph fistula.
In September, Lt. Col. Theresa Long, Brigade Surgeon for the First Aviation Brigade of the U.S. Army, made an unprecedented call to Pentagon leaders asking them to ground all pilots in all services who have had a Covid injection.
Long testified: “I saw five patients in clinics, two of which presented with chest pain days to weeks after vaccination and were subsequently diagnosed with pericarditis … the third pilot was vaccinated and felt like he was drunk, chronically fatigued within 24 hours of vaccination … In one morning, I had to ground three out of three pilots due to vaccine injuries.”