Jordan Trishton Walker is Pfizer’s Director of Research and Development – Director of Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning.
Walker was filmed by an undercover reporter from Project Veritas.
It’s now well established that Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine, for which governments around the world paid the company tens of billions of dollars, is ineffective at stopping the transmission of the virus. In a hearing before the European Parliament last year another senior executive admitted the company, which has an ‘appaling’ history of fraud and corruption, didn’t even test the ‘vaccine’ for its effectiveness in preventing transmission.
When asked what the company was doing to ‘optimise the vaccines’, Walker, who appeared to be in a jovial mood, said:
‘Oh we actually had a meeting about that today. So, there’s a lot. We’re doing… I don’t know if I should say this.’
‘We’re exploring like 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 focus on – so we could create preemptively developed vaccines… If we’re gonna do that though there’s a risk, as you could imagine, no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating f***ing viruses… So like that’s one of the things we’re considering, create new versions of vaccines and things like that.
‘So Pfizer ultimately is thinking about mutating COVID?’ he was asked.
‘Well that’s not what we’re going to say to the public. So that’s why it was a thought that came up in the meeting. We’re going to consider that with more discussions.
Before explaining how Pfizer would do this, Walker told the reporter ‘You have to promise not to tell anyone ok?’
Walker said they would first conduct the experiment in living animals, in monkeys ‘and then we cause them to keep infecting each other. And we collect the serial examples from them, and then, the ones that are more infectious to the virus we put them in another monkey and you just constantly actively mutate it. That’s one way. Or you can even do directed simulation, which we tend not to prefer.’
The directed simulation method would allow Pfizer to ‘force mutate’ the virus in any way it wanted. ‘But you have to be very controlled to make sure that the virus you mutate doesn’t create something or goes everywhere – which I suspect is the way the virus started in Wuhan. It doesn’t make sense that this virus popped out of nowhere.’
Reacting to the video, key scientist in the development of mRNA vaccines Robert Malone said, ‘The gentleman seems to have no moral compass at all. If this is the quality of the individuals within Pfizer that are making these huge decisions that risk global public health it’s profoundly corrupt.’
‘It appears that Pfizer is internally discussing the possibility of mutating the COVID virus themselves, in order to tailor a vaccine to sell to the public’, said Project Veritas lead investigator James O’Keefe.
Walker also spoke about the revolving door policy between the big pharmaceutical companies and the regulators. He said the practise was ‘bad for America’, because regulators reviewing drug safety often ended up working for big pharma companies they were reviewing, and ‘they’re not going to be as harsh on the company where they’re getting a job.’