Pfizer’s Gain-Of-Lethality Research Sting: Clown-World Contagion Comedy

Pfizer’s Gain-Of-Lethality Research Sting: Clown-World Contagion Comedy

So this is going around:

This Walker is listed as “Director, Worldwide R&D Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning.”

Many of you know, but for those who do not, a “Director” is a mid-level title. Corporations are flooded with them. The word doesn’t mean the English “director”, as in “person in charge.” In business it means “yet-another-peon in the chain.” Usually “Directors” are two gaping, yawning steps below a vice president; after “Director” is “Senior Director”. “Director” means very little.

There is some dispute whether this Jordan Walker in the video is a hoaxer, or worse, some kind of plant from a rival company, inserted there to make Pfizer look bad. To which I say, why bother? They do a good enough job at that themselves. How much in fines has Pfizer been charged for misinformation? But here is a thread on the debate.

A lot of the back-and-forth centers around how high this Walker is in the company. A skeptical journalist thinks because Walker calls himself a “Director” he should have lots of scientific papers and suchlike. Nah. Walker could just be yet another diversity hire, for all we know. “Directors” aren’t usually people of any importance.

Which means another take is that Walker’s job is real enough, and what he told Veritas is likely a mixture of truth, exaggeration, and bullshit. Trying to make himself seem more important than he is.

Indeed, this drama queen admits his bullshit himself. Before throwing a hilarious drama queen fit.

Some arch comedy here. Walker was set up on a “date” with a Veritas reporter, who either was, or was pretending to be, “oriented” in the way Walker obviously is. A third date, Walker says. There is nothing a reporter won’t do to get a story. I guess.

Walker chimps out at the end, and as he pushes and shoves he whines about being touched and hurt. Classic crybully.

Meanwhile, on the wall of the restaurant are two lovely paintings of Our Lord and Our Lady. I could not see whether they were weeping.

Walker himself says he’s not a scientist, that he came from a consulting firm. Which comports with his title well enough.

As far as I know, Pfizer didn’t react publicly to this. Except that they tweeted this shortly after (they do not often tweet):

Take that, haters.

The Veritas story has all the quotes.

Walker, who is quite obviously ignorant about biology, nevertheless might know some of what Pfizer is up to. For instance:

“One of the things we’re 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 ****ing viruses.”

“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.”

None of that sounds wrong. Which doesn’t make it real, but it sure has the ring-a-ding-ding of truth. Especially that last quote.

Gain-of-lethality research is real. Almost certainly that’s how we got the coronadoom.

One idea behind GOLR is to create viruses in the lab so that drugs can be developed to cure the man-made viruses. Walker himself in effect says this. But there is no evidence that the man-made viruses look like anything like those created in the wild.

GOLR, therefore, is a “solution” in search of a problem. It is immoral. It is wrong. It happens because of hubris. It happens because of Pride. A sin.

My guess is that Pfizer (and others) are doing work along these lines, whether outright, or approaching it as near they can and stay on just-this-side of what they see as the law. For instance, they call it “directed evolution” instead of gain-of-lethality.

Pfizer is a business, and its business is making and selling drugs. From a purely business standpoint it makes sense.

From a sanity perspective, it is nuts, a crime.

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  1. Paul Daly

    Gain Of Massive Profits Research.

  2. Dieter Kief

    He knows enough Covidiana to
    brag somehow convincingly
    about these matters, and
    that might well be it.

    Kudos to Pr. Vritas – they for sure know
    quite a bit about corporate America’s
    Achilles heels.

  3. JohnM

    Federal prosecutors hit Pfizer Inc. with a record-breaking $2.3 billion in fines Wednesday and called the world’s largest drug maker a repeating corporate cheat for illegal drug promotions that plied doctors with free golf, massages, and resort junkets.

  4. Some interesting attempts to debunk Project Veritas’ work on Walker are coming up today. Some are claiming that the twink who claimed to be a Director at Pfizer is a hoaxter/imposter.

    My bet’s on Project Veritas. They have a pretty much perfect record, up to now, in identifying their targets.

    The concerted effort by the powers-that-be to erase Walker from the internet are not the machinations of a lone Grindr scammer.

    Best guess is that Walker is an affirmative action hire, fresh out of his affirmative action-powered education, given an affirmative action title. He checks a couple of boxes in the corporate ESG requirements, and is a member of a couple “affinity groups.” He may be a Pfizer employee or a contractor, but Project Veritas has always shown excellent due diligence in selecting their targets.

    Project Veritas has always demonstrated that they follow classic manipulation/recruitment tradecraft. The first step in running a covert manipulation/recruitment op is Spotting, and the second is Assessing.

    Spotting is finding a prospect who has access to your desired information/facility. Part of spotting is doing due diligence on a potential target, beginning the process of ensuring he is who he says he is. After meeting, assessment begins. A big part of assessment is determining that the target has access to the targeted information/facility. Project Veritas, from all previous evidence, has followed this process nearly flawlessly.

    It would be surprising if they’ve made a big mistake here. Not impossible, but quite surprising.

  5. Hagfish Bagpipe

    Drug queen’s hissy fit when delusion bubble popped was hysterical. Almost feel sorry for the poor bastard. Almost. I’ve been finding medical industry insider Sasha Latypova’s writings on Substack of great interest. Of L’affaire Faggy Meltdown she writes:

    The perpetrators desperately, at all cost, need you to to believe that “mutating viruses in a lab” achieves some scary result, that then can be “leaked”. That anyone can do it, even a PhD student in their garage. That our enemies are doing it and will “release” a super scary bug any time now, unless the Government is “prepared” by making a stockpile of “predictive vaccines” that can be deployed in DAYS after a new scary virus is detected in China. Or Timbuktu.

    Sasha’s substack crony Katherine Watt writes:

    “Breaking news,” “bombshells” and frantic analysis pieces pointing harder and harder at Pfizer are being circulated to draw public anger away from the DOD-HHS complex, and steer it to expendables.

    Those two babes got the bead on Marvin Finklestein’s tawdry conspiracy to hoard the world’s bagel supply.

  6. Rudolph Harrier

    Here is the way that the official narrative will go.

    1.) It will be said that the Project Veritas videos are “edited” and “fraudulent” without giving specifics as to how. Only “conspiracy theorists” believe them.
    2.) When enough time has passed for the initial outrage to die down, we’ll start seeing articles talking about how gain of function research (or research called something else but equivalent to it) is necessary, standard practice, etc.
    3.) Eventually every claim in these videos will be admitted to, but we will be assured that they were all good ideas.
    4.) Even after everything has been admitted to it will still be claimed that the Project Veritas videos are blatantly false and only believed by conspiracy theorists. NPCs will have a knee-jerk reaction of “it’s been proven that Pfizer didn’t mutate the virus!” when the claims come up. Midwits will do the same, but will transition into “but gain of function research is a good thing!” if they are presented with the admissions.

    Compare the narrative on Planned Parenthood selling organs of aborted children.

  7. john b()


    When I first saw the “man”, I thought he CAN’T be real, but I’ll agree with your assessment

    [ … Walker is an affirmative action hire, fresh out of his affirmative action-powered education, given an affirmative action title. He checks a couple of boxes in the corporate ESG requirements, and is a member of a couple “affinity groups.” He may be a Pfizer employee or a contractor, but Project Veritas has always shown excellent due diligence in selecting their targets.]

    He was positively giddy about the attention he was getting … but so giddy he might be speaking out of a number of orifices?

    I had a friend back in the day who suggested all computer viruses came from McAfee himself

    I guess McAfee checked a few boxes as well?

  8. Incitadus

    All you’ve got to do is count the iterations of ‘accidental release’ in the last
    36 months of MSN coverage if you want to know if this sub-mid-wit is telling
    the truth.

  9. awildgoose


    There are reasons Big Pharma hires a lot of ex-cheerleaders as, “sales reps.”


    George Webb is skeptical of the Veritas video. He makes some good points.

  10. Vermont Crank

    It is funny to see the denizens of Twitterland, putatively the intellectual descendants of Diogenes, turning their gimlet eyes upon the bio. of the gay guy.

    Where were they when Pfizer (Like the man sitting in the kiddie pool, the P is silent) was pumping out their poison? They were trusting the science because Doctors are worshipped in America because science.

    Were you to ask them who was responsible for ending the killer cholera epidemics in England they’d say Doctors.

    And they’d be wrong.

    It was James Newlands, an engineer, who built the sewer system in Liverpool that stopped the progenitors of the Fab Four from keeling over before the age of 20 (Average life span in Liverpool prior to Newlands was 19 Y.O.)

    The people of Perfidious Albion were peeing and pooping in The Thames and they also got their drinking water from there. Where we all the doctors striving to identify and correct the problem?

    Putting men like Dr. Semmelweis in an insane asylum, in a straight jacket, because he proved the best practices of the doctors, by not washing their hands etc (the doctors were spreading puerperal fever and killing their patients.

    Poor Semmelweis, he was killed by another patient while wearing a straight jacket.

    One has to hand it to the doctors of today. Their hands are clean – and so are their consciences – as they kill their patients.

    Why do you ALWAYS hear progressives talking about Galileo and NEVER hear them talking about Semmelweis (and many others)? Because science is the one true Church of the Enlightenment.

    What is the history of communicable diseases and who is more responsible for curing them and preventing their spread? Doctor or engineers?

    I’l take engineers for $100.000 Alex.

  11. Asa

    This is a Limited Hangout of sorts. He may or may not be telling the entire truth, but having done my own research, we already know all the damage done, and being done by pHarma, their co-conspirators and the media to play dumb. I worked in BioTech for many years and during that time, all the low-level employees knew what was up as we were acquired/bought/sold several times and the money that was spent and thrown away on “life saving” tech. Our small BioTech did have a great product and helped many kids/young adults and that tech has been improved upon after our patents ran out, but that’s the exception it seems anymore as most of these products have a PI a mile long. pHarma is not the answer to the question you never asked.

    These companies go through more $$$ than Hunter Biden on a good crack day. It’s a double-edge sword – they must keep the pipeline fresh to keep the Market happy, and also come up with something that looks like it could “save or help” a few lives.

    I’ll never forget a developer I worked with that said to me one day, “why do all our products help symptoms, but never cure anyone”? Yes, indeed!

  12. Robin

    Patrick Bateman would be proud. Pfizer is not your Pfriend.

    How to kick the legs out from under big Pfarma and Pfake news?

    Ban retail direct-to-consumer advertising by the pharmaceutical industry. CNN would collapse within days.

  13. Cary Cotterman

    During the chimping-out climax of the video, my favorite part was the 911 call. I laughed out loud when he hysterically squealed “I’m surrounded by four, five, six white people! I feel unsafe!” Yeah, dude, these white boys are gonna shank you and take your basketball shoes.

  14. Milton Hathaway

    I’m a huge advocate of accountability, to the point that I believe most of what goes wrong in society is a direct result of a lack thereof. But even I have wondered if we really need both a massive regulatory bureaucracy (e.g., the FDA) AND a massive army of tort lawyers. The blanket immunity given to the pharma companies to develop Covid vaccines seems to have answered that question decisively.

    Admittedly there is a huge liability issue with vaccine development. It’s such an overwhelming issue that cutting-edge vaccine technology stagnated for years. “Do no harm” is absolute in vaccine development (before Covid anyway), which isn’t hard to understand, since vaccine injury and death tends to be highly visible, while lives saved by vaccines tends to be highly invisible. As a society, we are implicitly willing to let N unknown people die to save one identifiable death. (This is simply an observation; I am not advocating otherwise, since I wouldn’t know how to implement an alternative without even worse unintended consequences.)

    Playing devil’s advocate here, I can see a difference between “gain of lethality” and “directed evolution”. The former seems aimed at worst-case scenarios where the latter seems aimed at most-likely scenarios. If it is true that there is competition among virus mutations (i.e., people don’t get infected by two different mutations at the same time, one of the mutations always wins over the other), then I can see the value in predicting the most successful mutations, and I can see the value in attempting to nudge those mutations toward less-lethality, and I can see the value in having vaccines ready to help protect the most vulnerable sub-groups.

    But back to reality, everything in the previous paragraph currently still qualifies as “playing with fire”; there’s no evidence the capability exists yet to do any of that stuff. And if I’m wrong and the capability is there, then I assert that pharma companies with blanket immunity are not the right people to be doing this research, given their overwhelming conflict of interest.

    BTW, Project Veritas is a donation option on PayPal. You can even be anonymous (which I strongly advise).

  15. cameron232

    In my company (big D-fence) a director is the lowest level of executive, one level below vice president. There is no such thing as a senior director (here anyway). A senior fellow has the same numerical rank as a director and is a very senior technical expert. There are “executive VPs” ,etc. (layers above directors).

  16. Johnno

    Hmmm… all these Rainbow Alphabetas being diversifingly hired at companies everywhere are just the don lemons needed for God to make bon lemonade by bringing good out of evil. Grindr is the undercover gift that keeps on giving!

    Pfizer apologists should take note ahead of their hit pieces that Project Veritas’ usual pattern is that this video is likely only the first of several to come and they save the best for last, granting the mainstream advertisement media plenty of rope to hang themselves and their credibility before the next drop.

    Tucker Carlson’s coverage.

    No one else has jumped on board so far. Very telling that gayman hiree was telling the truth. Typical corpo tactic is to call what you are doing something else so that when questioned you can pretend to deny it via recourse to semantic differences.

  17. Johnno

    Steve Bannon segment. According to James O’Keefe, this director guy is legit. Has the education listed on his resume and wasn’t just some low level guy.

  18. spaceranger

    Usually, when it says, “Strategic” next to your name on an org chart, it means you’re on the outs.

  19. cameron232

    I can only comment about my company. We have “strategic planners” and they usually go on to be program managers and do quite well in the company.

  20. After watching the video I got the impression that Walker simply does not understand what the lab people are doing or saying. In reality, the lab people are not creating new virus variants, they’re trying to anticipate new variant developments well enough to stay ahead of the game.

    Back in about 1991 or maybe 92 the Fort Mead people put out some think pieces predicting exactly this kind of work in the belief that the desireable research outcome would be to develop the ability to read a bioweapon’s DNA, essentially print out a vacine structure direct to production, and then stay ahead of variations by predicting change (sort of like time series prediction but with DNA ..;) )

  21. MikeW

    Paul, you need to read the Biorxiv article that I linked to above. Creating new COVID virus variants is exactly what the lab people are doing. In the article, they boast about creating a new Omicron-S variant with 80% lethality. In their own words, they “generated chimeric recombinant SARS-CoV-2 encoding the S gene of Omicron in the backbone of an ancestral SARS-CoV-2, and compared this virus to the naturally occurring Omicron variant. The Omicron S-bearing virus robustly escapes vaccine-induced humoral immunity, … yet unlike naturally occurring Omicron, efficiently replicates in cell lines and primary-like distal lung cells. In K18-hACE2 mice, while Omicron causes mild, non-fatal infection, the Omicron S-carrying virus inflicts severe disease with a mortality rate of 80%”.

  22. Johnno

    Well… well… the gift keeps on giving…

    Pfizer exec tells Project Veritas COVID jabs have ‘concerning’ impact on menstrual cycles

    “There is something irregular about the menstrual cycles. So, people will have to investigate that down the line,” Walker unknowingly told the undercover journalist in a clandestinely recorded video.

    “The [COVID] vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that [menstrual cycles]. So, we don’t really know,” the executive added.

    Casually hypothesizing about what could be causing this “concerning” side effect – a side effect that was constantly denied by the mainstream medical establishment, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Walker told the undercover journalist, “I hope we don’t find out that somehow this mRNA lingers in the body and like – because it has to be affecting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles.”

    “I hope we don’t discover something really bad down the line,” continued Walker, adding, “If something were to happen downstream and it was, like, really bad? I mean, the scale of that scandal would be enormous.”

  23. Johnno

    Hopefully Thailand declares war.

    Top microbiologist alleges Thailand may cancel Pfizer contract after suspected vax injury to princess

    Not only will the government of Thailand likely void its multimillion-dollar contract with Pfizer-BioNTech, but the country’s royal family is allegedly hiding the fact that 44-year-old Princess Bajrakitiyabha is in a coma after receiving a third COVID shot.

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