YouTube has removed Project Veritas’ bombshell undercover footage of Pfizer research director Jordon Trishton Walker talking about the company exploring “directed evolution” research on the COVID-19 virus to create deliberate mutations.
In response, the free speech alternative platform Rumble vowed to put the video on its front page.
“UPDATE: It seems like YouTube has removed @Project_Veritas ‘s video. In response, Rumble will hold the line against this outrageous censorship by keeping the video up and even featuring it on our homepage,” the platform tweeted. “Censorship dies on Rumble.”
According to Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, the video had over 800,000 views on YouTube when it was removed.
In the shocking footage, the reason for wanting to mutate the virus, Walker told an undercover journalist, is so that the company can stay ahead of the game and continue to profit from the vaccines.
“One of the things we [Pfizer] are exploring is like, why don’t we just mutate it [COVID] ourselves so we could create — preemptively develop new vaccines, right? So, we have to do that. If we’re gonna do that though, there’s a risk of like, as you could imagine — no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating f**king viruses,” Walker said.
Walker continued, “from what I’ve heard is they [Pfizer scientists] are optimizing it [COVID mutation process], but they’re going slow because everyone is very cautious — obviously they don’t want to accelerate it too much. I think they are also just trying to do it as an exploratory thing because you obviously don’t want to advertise that you are figuring out future mutations.”
Walker said that to do this, they would deliberately infect monkeys with the virus.
“Don’t tell anyone. Promise you won’t tell anyone. The way it [the experiment] would work is that we put the virus in monkeys, and we successively cause them to keep infecting each other, and we collect serial samples from them.”
Pfizer responded to the video in a statement that said, “Pfizer has not conducted gain of function or directed evolution research. Working with collaborators, we have conducted research where the original SARS-CoV-2 virus has been used to express the spike protein from new variants of concern. This work is undertaken once a new variant of concern has been identified by public health authorities. This research provides a way for us to rapidly assess the ability of an existing vaccine to induce antibodies that neutralize a newly identified variant of concern. We then make this data available through peer reviewed scientific journals and use it as one of the steps to determine whether a vaccine update is required.”