Project Veritas released a shocking video on Wednesday detailing Pfizer’s plans for its mRNA COVID vaccines and admissions the company is considering mutating COVID through ‘directed evolution’ to continue profiting from vaccines.
In the video, Jordon Trishton Walker, Pfizer Director of Research and Development, Strategic Operations – mRNA Scientific Planner, discusses Pfizer’s plans to mutate the COVID (SARS-CoV-2) virus so it can create vaccines in advance of new variants and reinforce its “cash cow” business model.
Walker says in the video that what the company is doing is called “directed evolution,” which he claimed is different than Gain-of-Function (GoF). GoF is defined as “a mutation that confers new or enhanced activity on a protein.” According to Project Veritas, GoF is where a virus such as SARS-CoV-2 can “become more potent depending on the mutation/scientific experiment performed on it.”
“One of the things we [Pfizer] are 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 said.
“From what I’ve heard is they [Pfizer scientists] are optimizing it [COVID mutation process], but they’re going slow because everyone is very cautious — 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 advertise that you are figuring out future mutations,” he said.
When asked about the revolving door at Pfizer, Walker said it’s pretty good for the industry but “bad for everybody else in America.” When asked why it is bad for Americans, Walker responded:
“Because when the regulators reviewing our drugs know that once they stop regulating, they are going to work for the company, they are not going to be as hard towards the company that’s going to give them a job.”
Pfizer has thus far responded by prohibiting comments on its Twitter channel.