Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has claimed that “anti-science” was to blame for undercover journalism group Project Veritas recently publishing videos to expose the company’s secret practices, a leaked document has revealed.
As Slay News reported, Pfizer executive Jordon Trishton Walker, who leads research and development for mRNA projects at Pfizer, was filmed telling an undercover Project Veritas reporter that the company is experimenting with dangerous gain-of-function to “mutate” coronaviruses so it can increase profits from its Covid vaccines.
In another video published by Project Veritas from the same sting, Walker also revealed that the company’s Covid shots are impacting women’s menstrual cycles.
According to a leaked document, the drugmaker has responded by warning employees to watch out for “anti-science activists.”
The document from Pfizer also appears to reference Walker as a current employee.
“We are aware of and managing a recent incident where one of our colleagues was baited into conversation in a social situation and recorded without their knowledge,” the document reads.
“Fact-based information rooted in sound science is vitally important to preserving Pfizer’s scientific innovations, reputation, and trust with business partners, and ultimately enables us to deliver breakthroughs for patients.
“Anti-science activists are becoming increasingly brazen in their drive to gain and manipulate information, fueling the spread of baseless claims and endangering public health.”
During the undercover sting, Walker expressed concerns that the vaccine was not functioning properly.
He indicated that the issue may arise from hormonal disruptions.
“I hope we don’t discover something really bad down the line,” he said,
“I hope we don’t find out that somehow this mRNA lingers in the body because it has to be affecting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles.”
So-called “fact-checkers” have been pouncing on the story in a desperate effort to “debunk” the undercover videos.
The best effort from “fact-checking” organizations has been to claim that there’s inconclusive evidence that Walker works for Pfizer.
However, Walker’s apparent LinkedIn profile, which has been deleted, and images of more Pfizer documents shared by Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe suggested that he did indeed work for the pharmaceutical firm.
Walker was listed as a Pfizer “director of research and development, strategic operations, and mRNA scientific planning.”
When confronted by O’Keefe in another video, Walker, who was visibly panicking, called himself a “liar” who fabricated the admissions to impress the undercover reporter with whom he believed he was on a date.
“I’m just someone who’s working in a company that’s trying to literally help the public.”
“You fu*ked up!” pic.twitter.com/83OWqlKd4t
— Project Veritas (@Project_Veritas) January 26, 2023
The leaked document cautions Pfizer employers to avoid the “surprising and confrontational” tactics employed by organizations such as Project Veritas.
“This targeting can happen online through social media and dating apps as well as in person through industry conferences or simple social situations, such as a casual conversation with a new acquaintance in a bar, on a date, or at a party,” the company warns.
“We must safeguard all sensitive and confidential information at all times and exercise extreme caution amid any discussions with acquaintances.”
In wake of the bombshell exposé, Big Tech giant Meta has threatened to permanently ban Project Veritas from its Facebook and Instagram platforms.
As Slay News reported, the threat came after a journalist from the nonprofit confronted YouTube Vice President of Global Trust and Safety Matt Halprin.
Halprin was grilled on why the sting video about coronavirus mutation at Pfizer had been removed.
Project Veritas added that they had been “wrongfully locked out” of Twitter for nearly two hours on Friday afternoon after the social media company claimed that the Halprin video constituted “abuse and harassment.”
After the first video of Walker was released, Pfizer issued a statement denying that it conducts gain-of-function experiments.
“Working with collaborators, we have conducted research where the original SARS-CoV-2 virus has been used to express the spike protein from new variants of concern,” a statement read.
“This work is undertaken once a new variant of concern has been identified by public health authorities.
“This research provides a way for us to rapidly assess the ability of an existing vaccine to induce antibodies that neutralize a newly identified variant of concern.”