A source within the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has revealed exclusively to Infowars that around 60% of agency officials have still refused to take the COVID injection, much higher than the official reporting of 40%.
The insider, a TSA manager at a top ten U.S. airport with direct knowledge of the situation, told Infowars that 2/3 of TSA employees haven’t gotten the jab at his airport despite the fast-approaching November 22 deadline, and that figure is similar at other airports in the U.S.
The estimate, he says, is based on an internal survey given to TSA employees asking whether they were “vaccinated,” “unvaccinated,” or “would not disclose.”
The figure is 20% higher than what is officially reported in mainstream media, who are claiming a “staggering” 40% of TSA employees haven’t gotten the shot.
TSA Administrator David Pekoske told CNN in a Thursday interview that 60% of its workforce is fully vaccinated.
“We have about 60% of our workforce has been vaccinated, that that number needs to go quite a bit higher over the next few weeks,” said Pekoske.
“We are building contingency plans for if we do have some staffing shortages as a result of this, but I hope to avoid that,” he added without elaborating on what those “contingencies” may be.
Because of the 3-4 week waiting period between doses, the deadline for TSA employees to get the Pfizer injection is October 18, just days away, and the deadline to get the Moderna jab passed on October 11.
And the last possible date to get a single-shot Johnson & Johnson shot is November 8, two weeks before the deadline.
This comes as major airlines are working to cover up mass resistance to the vaccine within the industry, where pilots, flight attendants, and air traffic controllers are reportedly refusing to abide by Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate.
How will the federal government respond when the deadline passes and the majority of airline employees and TSA officials still haven’t gotten the experimental jab?
**By Jamie White