In the undercover footage, which was filmed at a restaurant, a young man identified as Jordon Trishton Walker can be seen and heard disclosing Pfizer is “exploring” how to mutate the virus in its labs to “preemptively” develop new vaccines.
“If we're gonna do that, though,” Walker explains, “there's a risk of, like, as you could imagine, no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating [expletive] viruses."
According to Veritas, it’s no surprise Walker (pictured below) can share first-hand knowledge about those plans since he is Pfizer’s director of research and development who was secretly filmed at what he believed was a dinner date.
Reacting to the video, medical rights advocate Twila Brase tells AFN that Walker is discussing what is known as “directed evolution” in the undercover video.
“He’s talking about doing the mutation itself so that they can create the vaccines. So they can sell the vaccines,” she explains. “So they are ahead of the game.”
At one point, Walker calls future vaccines for future variants a “cash cow” for Pfizer, which pocketed $81 billion in revenue by the end of 2021. That revenue was roughly double its revenue before the pandemic began and a race kicked off to create a vaccine.
Elsewhere in the revealing Veritas video, the Pfizer executive shared the now-common view the Wuhan-born virus originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
“You have to be very controlled to make sure that this virus [COVID] that you mutate doesn’t create something that just goes everywhere,” he said of the dangerous experiments. “Which, I suspect, is the way that the virus started in Wuhan, to be honest. It makes no sense that this virus popped out of nowhere.”
Regarding similar work by Pfizer, Walker said its scientists are “going slow” and being “very cautious” on mutating the virus.
The video released by Veritas comes at the same time the Office of Inspector General, the federal watchdog agency, confirmed this week the federal government failed to keep an eye on the Wuhan lab even when it received millions of U.S. taxpayers’ dollars over many years.
Those funds, totaling $8 million, went to a non-profit called EcoHealth and then went to Wuhan.
“So much of what has happened over the last three years,” Brase says, “should cause the American public to wonder what is happening at the federal level.”
In fact, during his dinner date, Walker described that criminal failure, too. In the pharmaceutical industry, he explained, most of the federal employees who review the drugs “will come work for pharma companies.” That is true for Pfizer, too, he said.
That unethical, underhanded revolving door famously affects every U.S. industry, from Big Defense and its military aircraft contracts to Big Ag and its beef and poultry. That business arrangement is “good” for pharmaceutical companies, Walker admitted, but “bad for everyone else in America.”
In a second video, a panicking, visibly distraught Walker did not deny the footage. He told Veritas founder James O'Keefe he was lying to impress the dinner date.