Executive EXPOSED by Undercover Video


Jordon Trishton Walker is Director of Research and Development at Pfizer, one of the megalithic drug makers responsible for producing COVID-19 vaccines. He’s not the sort of person one would expect to be throwing violent fits of rage. Then again, James O’Keefe and his merry band of undercover videographers have a way of bringing out the worst in people. When O’Keefe loaded up an iPad with video about alleged mutation experiments, then confronted Walker, the well groomed executive started swearing and smashed the video player. Newsweek can’t debunk the allegations and they’re sulking about that.

Pfizer monkeying with mutation

There is no doubt that Pfizer exec Jordon Trishton Walker flipped out and got violent with James O’Keefe, from Project Veritas. That tends to lend even more credibility to the underlying allegation that his company is monkeying around with COVID-19 mutations, in house.

Considering that everyone is innocent until proven guilty and that one set of undercover videos isn’t proof all by itself, Newsweek set out to debunk the underlying claim and had to settle for a ruling of “unverified.” The whole crux of the controversy, which Newsweek is desperate to nail down disproof of, is whether the company has already started the program. There isn’t much doubt it’s well along in planning stages.

Pfizer is also well aware of the ethical and legal dangers that secret virus mutation experiments might unleash. The general consensus, as presented in the edited undercover interviews, is that the program is moving forward despite the risks.

There is also some pretty good indications that the work has already started. Enough indications that Newsweek can’t scoff them off as misinformation.

Things came to a head when “O’Keefe confronted Walker at a restaurant and showed him the undercover recordings.” The Pfizer director shouted, “you f*cked up!” before “destroying the iPad showing the PV undercover recordings about the ‘mutating‘ COVID virus.

Walker was the one they secretly interviewed. He thought he was “impressing” his date by spilling secret info.

Mutate it ourselves

The big light bulb came on over at Pfizer when they suddenly had an idea on how to get ahead of the competition.

One of the things we’re exploring is like, why don’t we just mutate it [COVID] ourselves so we could create — preemptively develop new vaccines, right? So, we have to do that. If we’re gonna do that though, there’s a risk of like, as you could imagine — no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating f**king viruses,” Walker bragged to his “date.” A little too late, he added, “don’t tell anyone. Promise you won’t tell anyone.

For damage control, Pfizer wants the world to believe that the musings of such non-ethical and dangerous nonsense were nothing more than idle speculation. Newsweek would love to tell you they can back that up, but they can’t.

They begin by stating the “claim.” The first thing they want to do is narrow it down to something which can be plausibly denied.

Multiple claims on social media, posted on January 26, 2023, suggest that Pfizer is currently mutating COVID variants in order to produce vaccines for future sale.” The big word there is “currently.” They go on to note that there is “a Project Veritas video, also posted on January 26, 2023, which on Twitter alone has been viewed more than 8.6 million times.” That makes it something important to debunk. There is substantial evidence of a meeting.

Oh, we actually had a meeting about that today. So, there’s a lot.” The next clip notes “We’re exploring, like, you know how the virus keeps mutating? Well, one of the things we’re exploring is like, why don’t we just mutate it ourselves, so we could focus on, create, preemptively develop new vaccines, right?” Only speculation, Newsweek notes.

Just use monkeys

Pfizer knew there would be danger involved. “If we’re going to do that though there’s a risk of like, as you could imagine, no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating ******* viruses.

So, we’re like, ‘Do we want to do this?‘ So that’s like one of the things we’re considering, for like, the future, like maybe we can like, create new versions of the vaccines and things like that.

The way it [the experiment] would work is that we put the virus in monkeys, and we successively cause them to keep infecting each other, and we collect serial samples from them.

O’Keefe acknowledges that so far the conversations he disclosed make it appear “that Pfizer is internally discussing the possibility of mutating the COVID virus themselves, in order to tailor a vaccine to sell to the public.” Then he shows another clip. One where Walker “describes those experiments as if they are ongoing and not simply a hypothetical discussion.

So, I mean, when Is Pfizer going to implement the mutation of all these viruses?” The interviewer prompts. “I don’t know, it depends on how the experiments work out because this is just like, something we’re trying, right?” Another clip switches to the “gain-of-function” aspect. While denying their experiments are that type of research, Walker appears to confirm they’re already in progress. “I don’t know, it’s a little bit different. I think it’s different. It’s like this, it’s definitely not gain-of-function.

A little later, “We’re not supposed to do gain-of-function with the viruses. They’d rather we not but we do these selected structure mutations to try to see if we can make them more potent. So, there is research ongoing about that. I don’t know how that’s going to work. There better not be more outbreaks because, Jesus Christ.” That’s when the fact checkers at Newsweek melted down and grumpily typed up their half-hearted report. It’s at least half true and might turn out to be accurate.

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