A second clandestine video recorded by an undercover Project Veritas reporter reveals that a man the news group identifies as a Director at Pfizer was concerned the big pharma company’s COVID-19 vaccines may be impacting women’s fertility.
The Pfizer employee is Jordon Trishton Walker, the same man previously stung by Project Veritas who later allegedly physically assaulted the news outlet’s reporters when they confronted him over his claims.
In the new video, Walker told the reporter – undercover as his date – that “There is something irregular about their menstrual cycles,” and described the development as “concerning.”
“The vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that,” Walker admitted in the video. “It has to be affecting something hormonal.” Walker added that he hopes “we don’t find out that somehow this mRNA lingers in the body.”
Project Veritas released the video with the hashtag #Pfertility, a pun combining Pfizer’s name and the word fertility. At press time, it is the number five trend on Twitter.
Many used the hashtag to question what other revelations may be coming regarding the controversial jabs.
Others attempted to find humor in the revelations.
Pfizer has largely remained silent since issuing a statement in response to Project Veritas’ original reporting, which pundits noted seemed to offer more questions than answers about whether the pharmaceutical giant is engaging in gain-of-function research to modify the virus.
In the original videos released by Project Veritas, Walker claimed the company was weighing the decision to genetically modify the COVID-19 virus to better enable the company to release new vaccines that more closely correspond to the rapidly mutating virus.
Project Veritas is an activist news organization that relies on undercover reporters surreptitiously recording conversations. The organization prides itself on its strong track record, and its refusal to settle court cases provoked by its reporting.
This news and commentary by Tom Pappert originally appeared on Valiant News.