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WATCH: Pfizer Research Director Claims Vax Manufacturer Mutates COVID With ‘Direct Evolution’ To Sell More Jabs


We have a new undercover video making the folks at Pfizer look like absolute monsters. Is it legit, or is someone playing along in an effort to discredit this kind of undercover reporting?

We’ll show you both angles and let our readers draw their own conclusions.

Here’s what the Project Veritas undercover video showed us about a dinner in which someone from Pfizer ran his mouth about industry secrets a little too freely.

The Undercover Video

Transcript of the hidden video conversation

Here are some quotes recorded from the Pfizer executive Jordan Trishta Walker in the video. We’ve marked some key words in bold so they don’t get lost in a wall of text:

[PV Journo]What is Pfizer doing, I guess to optimize, you know, the vaccines now?

JTW continues the conversation … We’re exploring, you know how the virus keeps mutating? Well, one of the things we’re exploring is why don’t we just mutate it ourselves so we could vocus on — so we could create, preemptively develop new vaccines, right? So we have to do that. If we’re going to do that, thought, there’s a risk of, like, as you could imagine, no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating f**king viruses.
[PV] Yeah. Ok.
JTW: So we’re like, do we want to do this? That’s like one of the things the things we’re considering. For, like, the future, like maybe we can create new versions of the vaccines and things like that.
[PV] Ok, so Pfizer is ultimately thinking about mutating Covid?
JTW: Well, that is not what we say to the public. No, that’s why it was, it was a thought that came up in a meeting and we were like, why do we not — it was like, we’re going to consider that with more discussions.
[PV] Okay.
JTW: That exactly, actually, we’re like, wait a minute, like, people won’t like that.

–After a break in footage, and brief commentary by O’Keefe, he goes on to explain how they would accomplish this —

JTW: So the way it would work is like we put them in — the virus in these monkeys. And then we successively, like, cause them to keep infecting each other. And we collect serial samples from them, and then the ones that are more infectious, to like, the virus, we’ll put them in another monkey and you just constantly actively mutate it. That’s one way. Or we could even do like, directed like simulation, which like, we tend not to prefer. And they just sample what the different, like, proteins, on the surface look like over time. So then you can see the mutation. You can now force it to mutate in a certain way you want it. But you have to be very controlled to make sure that this virus that you mutate doesn’t like create something like you know, just goes everywhere.
Which, I suspect, is the way that the virus started in Wuhan, to be honest. Like it makes no sense that this virus popped up out of nowhere.
[PV] So I mean, when is Pfizer going to implement the mutation of all these viruses?
JTW: I don’t know. It depends on how the experiments work out because this is just like, something we’re trying, right?
[PV] It sounds like Gain of Function to me.
JTW: I don’t know, it’s a little bit different. I think it’s different. It’s like, this is definitely not Gain of Function.
[PV] It sounds like it is. I mean, it’s ok.
JTW: No. No. No. But directed evolution is very different.
[PV] Direct evolution?
JTW: Directed evolution.
[PV] Directed evolution. Okay, well, so, I mean, is that what it is?
JTW: Maybe. I don’t know. (laugh)

–break in footage–

JTW: Well, you’re not supposed to do Gain-of-Function research 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 reserch ongoing about that. I don’t know how it is going to work. There better not be any more outbreaks because, like, Je**s Ch***t.

–break in footage–

[PV] So, tell me more, what’s developing with the whole, you know, virus mutation process?
JTW: Well, they’re still kind of conducting the experiments on it, but it seems like, from what I’ve heard, they’re kind of optimizing it but they’re going slow cause everyone’s very cautious, like obviously, they don’t want to accelerate it too much but I think they are also just trying to do it as an exploratory thing because you obviously don’t want to advertize that you are figuring out future mutations.
[PV] So, did that whole virus mutation thing come from your executive Sarah [Wu]?
JTW: No, that came from — we have like chief scientific officers in the other divisions.

–break in footage–

[PV] So what is the goal for Pfizer doing that [Covid mutations]?
JTW: So part of what they want to do is to try to figure out — to some extent — try to figure out, like, you know how there’s all these new strains and variants that just pop up? Why don’t we try to, like, catch them before they pop up in nature and we can develop a vaccine prophyactically, before, like, new variants. So that’s why they’re thinking you do it controlled in a lab, then we say this is a new epitope, and so, if it comes out later on, in the public, then you already have a vaccine kind of working.
[PV] OMG, that’s like perfect. Isn’t that the best business model, though? Just control nature before nature even happens itself, right?
JTW: [enthusiastic nodding] If it works.
[PV] What do you mean, ‘if it works’?
JTW: Because some of the times there are mutations that pop up that we are not prepared for, like the Delta, and Omicron and things like that, so… Who knows? I mean, either way, it’s going to be a cash cow. COVID will probably be a cash cow for us for a while going forward. Like, obviously, like (laughter).
[PV] Well, I think the whole , you know, research of the viruses and mutating it would be the ultimate cash cow.
JTW: Yeah. It’d be perfect.

–break in footage–

JTW: It [Pfizer] is a revolving door for all government officials.
[PV] Wow!
JTW: Yeah, for any industry, though. So, in the pharma industry, all the government officials who review our drugs eventually come work for pharma companies. And the military, all the army and defense government officials go to work for the defense companies afterwards.
[PV] How do you feel about that revolving door?
JTW: It’s pretty good for the industry, to be honest. It’s bad for everyone else in America.
[PV] Why is it bad for everybody else?
JTW: Because if the regulators who review our drugs, you know that once they stop being a regulator they want to go work for the company, they are not going to be as harsh on the company where they’re getting their job.

At the 8:10 mark, the video pivots to a conversation with Dr. Robert Malone about the ethical problems of that kind of quid-pro-quo exchange.

Who exactly IS this Jordan T. Walker guy?

In a follow-up tweet, Project Veritas produced some background on who the guy in the video is, and where he fits in the constellation of leadership within the company.

If this unguarded conversation can be taken at face value, where some braggadocious hotshot got excited about the difference his company was making in the world, or whatever, that is pretty damning.

Is it possible that a ‘get’ like this one might be a little TOO perfect? Was it too good to be true? At least one person thought so.

Reaction to the video’s release.

The video went viral and O’Keefe was on a Twitter Space on Wednesday night and said that Pfizer is disabling comments on TikTok and Twitter.

It’s getting a lot of attention.

And a lot of positive feedback.

But some openly wonder if this meeting was a setup…

Maajid Nawaz urges a healthy dose of caution before we jump too far down this particular rabbithole. Why do we care what one guy says?

Because THIS PARTICULAR ‘one guy’ got a LOT of other things right about Covid — the disease and the bizarre official response — when most everyone else was still getting them wrong.

Right or wrong, with the stakes as high as they are, his closing argument at the end is worth some honest consideration.

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