“It’s pretty good for the industry to be honest,” Walker told the reporter. “But it’s bad for everyone else in America.”
Oh, good to know, dude. So what you’re saying is that by using “selected structure mutations” (your words, Walker), you can make vaccines more potent…but then you keep doing that year after year to control “nature” (before nature happens) to sell more vaccines into the 90th century and well beyond. Do we have that right?
Walker: “It’s going to be a cash cow. COVID is going to be a cash cow for us going forward.”
But wait! There’s more!
“Gain-of-function” research is not only dangerous, it’s illegal. It’s kind of like pouring gas on the entire earth and lighting a match—because with it comes the very real probability that something could be created, escape the lab, and infect most every person on the planet. (Sound familiar?) That’s probably why Walker was careful to say this wasn’t gain-of-function. It’s just “directed evolution”. See how we did that?
Here is more of what Walker had to say. (And by the way, here’s how we know Walker IS indeed a Pfizer exec— despite those who call him an “alleged” exec. Also, see image below.)
“Well, one of things we’re exploring is like, why don’t we just mutate it ourselves so we could create preemptively new vaccines, right? So we have to do that. If we’re gonna do that though, there’s a risk of, as you can imagine, no one wants to be having pharma company mutating f**king viruses. You have to be very controlled to make sure that this virus that you mutate doesn’t create something like, you know, that goes everywhere. Which is the way the virus started in Wuhan to be honest. It makes no sense that this virus popped out of nowhere.”
And then there’s this little tidbit:
“Pfizer is a revolving door for government officials. Once they stop being a regulator for our drugs, they want to go to work for the company, they are not going to be as harsh on the company where they’re getting their job.”
Wow. Regulatory capture at its finest. A good example of this is former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, who, when he left that job, he moseyed right into the board room at Pfizer. Made himself right at home there like the wolf who’s guarding the henhouse.
There’s no doubt Walker knew he was going to be in hot water by spilling all this tea on a date. So how did he react when Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe confronted him? This, you’ve GOT to see with your own eyes!! He said he lied just to impress a date, called the police, locked James and his colleagues in a restaurant, smashed an iPAD on the ground, and more.)
For brilliantly written context on all of this, please take a few moments to read an outstanding Substack essay written by A Midwestern Doctor. Says the good doctor, “Opening the market for mRNA therapies and permanently establishing another annually required vaccination for all Americans could provide so much future income to the medical industry so it was a foregone conclusion that anything which threatened this outcome would be targeted by every one of our institutions.”
As you may know, the infrastructure to push these vaccines on the entire population is now being rolled out to the entire healthcare system—in lockstep with the FDA’s pivot towards annual COVID-19 vaccinations.
Pfizer has just released a statement about the undercover video. In the statement, Pfizer seems to deny having dabbled in either Gain-of-Function or “Directed Evolution” research—goings on that Walker unequivocally disclosed to the undercover reporter. But with surgical precision, Jeff Childers—who writes the “Coffee & COVID” Substack—dissects Pfizer’s statement and peels back the deceptive dermis to reveal the underbelly of what was really said in the pharmaceutical-maker’s statement.
Childers writes: “Pfizer’s statement was packed with lawyerly sleight-of-hand and misdirection. But there are three key admissions, each successively more damning for the pharma company, but obscured by tricky rhetorical legerdemain. Let’s pull the curtain back.”
We’re following this VERY closely. Stay tuned to FLCCC.net. MUCH more to come.