Jordan Trishton Walker, if that’s how you even spell his name, is allegedly, Pfizer’s Director of Research & Development, Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning. In this viral and now banned video, Walker lets it casually slip out over margaritas and a slice of pizza pie that his bosses at Pfizer are manipulating the Covid virus in an attempt to create a new vaccine before the virus naturally mutates.
He calls it a potential “cash cow.” And he says Covid probably came from a laboratory in Wuhan. He doesn’t know he’s being secretly filmed by Project Veritas.
Is that true? Does Walker even work for Pfizer? Has his identity been verified, or was he just trying to impress his date who was actually an undercover operative surreptitiously filming for Project Veritas?
In fact, where is Walker now?
Dan Strack, executive director of Project Veritas, joins us to explain his outfit’s methods of information gathering, which include, but are not limited to, trolling on dating apps and randomly bumping into their targets.
Not one for softball interviews, we challenge Strack on why they don’t do more research before airing their interviews.
Pfizer, for its part, has not commented directly on the viral video, or whether Walker was actually an employee. The pharma giant only saying that it does not engage in gain-of-function experimentation or directed evolution.
Curiously however, in the same statement, Pfizer does acknowledge the following: “In a limited number of cases when a full virus does not contain any known gain of function mutations, such virus may be engineered to enable the assessment of antiviral activity in cells.”
What does that mean?
It is a question worth asking, but Big Tech smothers social discourse. The videos have been banned on Facebook and YouTube.
Not here. No BS.