Project Veritas seldom releases just one hidden camera expose. They usually put out part one, wait for the subject to try to spin or deny it, then lower the boom by dropping the next one. Last week, they released undercover video of alleged Pfizer research director Jordon Trishton Walker saying some explosive things, like that the COVID vaccine was a cash cow for the company, that they weren’t subject to strict regulation because officials leave the FDA to work for Pfizer, and most shocking, that Pfizer was developing new strains of COVID to stay ahead of the vaccine needs.
After a couple of days, Pfizer issued a statement denying the claims, but it was confusing enough that it didn’t stop the questions.
Now, Project Veritas has dropped the other shoe, releasing more alleged undercover video of Walker. This time, he is shown admitting that “there is something irregular about the menstrual cycles” of some women who’ve gotten the vaccine, and it “shouldn’t be interfering with that. So we don’t really know.” He later added, “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…”
Bret Swanson of the Brownstone Institute responded to the latest video, explaining what that problem that Walker referred to of mRNA lingering in the body might mean, and what we might learn from studies that are getting little-to-no coverage in the mainstream media.
By the way, please note that this talk “something irregular about the menstrual cycles” refers to irregularities among women who’ve taken the COVID vaccine, and not the recent mysterious outbreak of people claiming that men menstruate, too.