Leaked Document From Pfizer Shows Project Veritas Targeted Employee Still Employed While Company Issues Cryptic Warning

Jordon Trishton Walker, a now well-known employee for Pfizer who became the target of a Project Veritas video, seems to still be employed by the pharmaceutical titan after allegedly revealing confidential information about the company to an undercover journalist with Project Veritas, as reported by a leaked document in which the drugmaker issued a warning to its workforce to keep a close eye out for “anti-science activists.”

Walker, who is the leader of research and development for mRNA projects at Pfizer, expressed to one undercover Project Veritas reporter that the COVID vaccines from the company are affecting the menstrual cycles of women and went on to state that the company makes use of “directed evolution” to quickly and forcefully mutate the coronaviruses for the creation of more potent variants and vaccines.

The documents from the drug titan appeared to make reference to Walker as a still current employee.

“We are aware of and managing a recent incident where one of our colleagues was baited into conversation in a social situation and recorded without their knowledge,” stated the document.

“Fact-based information rooted in sound science is vitally important to preserving Pfizer’s scientific innovations, reputation, and trust with business partners, and ultimately enables us to deliver breakthroughs for patients,” the document went on. “Anti-science activists are becoming increasingly brazen in their drive to gain and manipulate information, fueling the spread of baseless claims and endangering public health.”

Pfizer has refused to respond to any questioning regarding the employment status of Walker.

Walker was quick to express concern that the vaccine was not working properly and explained that the issue could spawn from hormonal disruptions.

“I hope we don’t discover something really bad down the line. I hope we don’t find out that somehow this mRNA lingers in the body,” he stated. “because it has to be affecting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles.”

Despite a number of claims regarding inconclusive evidence from various fact-checkers, Walker’s apparent LinkedIn profile, which was quickly deleted in the wake of the event, and a number of images of more Pfizer papers shared to Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe seemed to suggest that he did actually work for the pharmaceutical titan. Walker was listed as a Pfizer “director of research and development, strategic operations, and mRNA scientific planning.”

When finally confronted by O’Keefe as part of another video, Walker stated that he was actually a “liar” who made everything up as a means to impress the undercover reporter who he thought he was on a date with.


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