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Media Blackout On Last Night’s Air Traffic Controller Walkout In Florida As Internal Messages Allegedly Shows That The Cancellation Of All Flights Is Due To COVID-19 Jab Mandate Instead Of A Bad Weather (Photos & Video)

Mike LIndell MyPillow

Air-traffic controllers in Jacksonville, Florida, reportedly walked out and left their positions in protest of mandated vaccinations on October 8, 2021 (Friday).

A closer look of the internal message:

Approximately 650 flights in and out of the state of Florida were allegedly canceled affecting schedules till Saturday.

A closer look of the image:

Mainstream media blamed the flight cancellations on bad weather.

Travelers noted that the weather was just fine…

Action News Jax hinted at staff shortages in addition to inclement weather:

Different airports in Florida experienced flight delays and cancellations on Friday due to bad weather and, in some cases, staff shortages.

According to the Federal Aviation Center, a Jacksonville facility needed additional staff for managing air traffic and did not resume normal operations until 10 p.m. on Friday.

The FAA released the following statement on Saturday regarding flight delays and cancelations.

“Due to a combination of severe weather, active military training in the airspace, and unexpected limited staff at the Jacksonville facility that handles high-altitude, en route traffic, the FAA took steps to safely manage air traffic the evening of Oct. 8. Normal operations returned at approximately 10 p.m.”

Other airports like Tampa International Airport had delays and cancelations due to bad weather.

An addendum from a local reporter. Bear in mind that this may have happened for reasons other than what you’d like them to be:

But is there a media blackout on the real reason for the flight cancellations?

Unnamed sources claimed Jacksonville air traffic controllers staged a walkout over COVID-19 injection mandates.

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Mike LIndell MyPillow