On Thursday night, Project Veritas released a video that shows a Pfizer official becoming angry when he was confronted by journalist James O’Keefe. The man, identified as Jordon Trishton Walker, Pfizer’s director of research and development, strategic operations – mRNA scientific planner, was confronted by O’Keefe at a restaurant.
The video shows Walker becoming angered after O’Keefe confronted him about recent remarks he made during an undercover sting video. Walker was so angry that he “physically assault[ed]” O’Keefe and destroyed the iPad that O’Keefe brought with him that he used to replay Walker’s remarks.
The Project Veritas video also captured Walker’s remarks during the undercover sting video. In that video, Walker said, “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?”
Walker also acknowledged that the relationship between Pfizer and government regulators is a “revolving door” that is “pretty good for the industry,” but bad for America. He also admitted that COVID has made Pfizer billions, and will likely continue to do so no matter how the virus evolves.
When confronted by O’Keefe in the restaurant, Walker simply said, “Is this real life? This is absurd.” He then claimed that he lied to the undercover Project Veritas operative because he was “trying to impress a person on a date.”
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“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 incident raises questions about the ethical behavior of Pfizer and their employees, and further highlights the need for stronger government oversight. It’s clear that the company has a lot of influence over the government, and it’s important to make sure that influence isn’t abused.
This scandal also serves to remind us of the importance of holding our government officials and corporate executives accountable. If we don’t take the time to question their decisions and actions, then we risk allowing them to take advantage of us. We must be vigilant and make sure that the people we put in power are acting in the best interests of us all.