Pfizer’s press release states the experiments are required by the U.S. government.
- Pfizer released a statement in response to a recent Project Veritas video showing Pfizer Director of Research and Development Dr. Jordon Trishton Walker admitting to conducting gain-of-function research.
- In the Project Veritas video, “mRNA Scientific Planner” Walker stated that Pfizer is “exploring” virus mutations in order to “preemptively develop new vaccines,” later adding that the company researches “selected structure mutations.”
- Walker’s statement prompted Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) to write a letter to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla wanting explanations for the research and all it entails.
- In response to criticism, Pfizer published a press release that confirms Walker’s claims.
- Although the response notes that “Pfizer has not conducted gain of function or directed evolution research,” denying the allegations, the statement reads that antiviral assessments use “computer simulations or mutations of the main protease–a non-infectious part of the virus.”
- The statement says that Pfizer researches mutations, even adding that “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.” This implies that when a virus does not naturally “contain” gain-of-function mutations, Pfizer takes it upon itself to “engineer” them.
- Pfizer adds that such studies are “required by U.S. and global regulators” for antivirals and are common across a variety of institutions.
RESEARCH WITH MONKEYS:
- American Faith reported that Pfizer was involved in research that “optimized” coronavirus mutations by putting “the virus in monkeys,” according to Dr. Walker, whose admission was videotaped without his knowledge.
- A month after Pfizer announced its studies, the Delta variant of COVID-19 was discovered in India, where Pfizer has operated since the 1950s.
- In 2022 macaque monkeys were on the loose in Pennsylvania after the truck carrying them crashed. Three of the monkeys were ultimately euthanized for unknown reasons.
- The monkeys were reportedly being sent to a “quarantine facility” after arriving from Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island.
- Whether or not the U.S. government was experimenting on the monkeys is unclear.
- In January 2023, reports surfaced that the company transporting the monkeys had “ceased operations” for illegally transporting the primates.
- Jeffery Quebedeaux, owner of Quebedeaux’s Transport, stated that he had done “nothing wrong,” adding that the “feds have made [him] sign paperwork saying that [he] would never come back to the research field.”
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor Retsef Levi called for the immediate end of mRNA Covid vaccines.
- “They should stop because they completely failed to fulfill any of their advertised promise regarding efficacy,” Dr. Levi said, adding that the vaccines “should stop because of the mounting and indisputable evidence that they cause unprecedented level of harm, including the death of young people and children.”
- The American Heart Association also stated that spike proteins in mRNA vaccines may be harmful.
- “There is growing in vitro evidence that spike itself can stimulate cardiac pericytes dysfunction or inflame the endothelium,” said American Heart Association researchers. “Thus, the spike antigen itself, which evades antibody recognition rather than invoking immune hyperactivation, may contribute to myocarditis in these individuals.”