One week after Project Veritas released a bombshell video of a Pfizer director admitting that Pfizer is considering mutating Covid-19 for future vaccine opportunities, they released a second video of the same employee revealing the company’s internal concerns over the potential side effects of the vaccine on women’s reproductive health.

Pfizer’s Director of Research and Development, Jordon Trishton Walker, has found himself in the spotlight just one week after he was exposed by Project Veritas for telling confidential information about his company to an undercover Project Veritas journalist.

In newly released footage, Walker elaborates on his claims of potential virus mutation by Pfizer and also reveals internal concerns within Pfizer regarding possible side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine, specifically relating to women’s menstrual cycles.

While revealing more confidential Pfizer information and plans, Walker told the undercover journalist that they are looking to use RNA for a variety of things in the future, including gene editing.

The journalist then began asking about injuries and side effects that resulted from Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine.

“Is Pfizer going to be held liable for any of these vaccine injuries that have happened?” the journalist asked.

“I don’t think so,” Walker replied. “Because usually when you give drugs to people and there is a known side effect, it’s like encoded on the FDA label.”

“But there could be [a scandal] I mean, if there are like a lot of people who are like Vioxx and heart attacks,” Walker said, referencing a medication that was pulled off the market in 2004 after it was revealed to increase the risk of strokes and heart attacks.”

Walker then addressed the irregularities some women have reported in their menstrual cycles.

“There’s something irregular about their menstrual cycles. We will have to investigate that down the line, because that is a little concerning,” Walker said.

“Because, if you think about the science, it shouldn’t be interacting with… the hypothalamus, pituitary, gonadal axis, you know, the hormones that regulate their menstrual cycles and things like that,” Walker continued. “And, the vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that. So, we don’t really know…”

“There’s something happening,” admitted Walker. “I hope we don’t discover something really bad down the line.”

The Pfizer director also revealed his concern that the mRNA is lingering in bodies because “it has to be impacting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles.”


Join The Conversation. Leave a Comment.

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please click the ∨ icon below and to the right of that comment. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.