Thursday, January 26, 2023

Pfizer and Directed Evolution of COVID Viruses - Why Are We Trusting Big Pharma?

Thanks to the journalists at Project Veritas we have a fascinating confessional from Dr. Jordon Trishton Walker, Pfizer's Director of Research and Development - Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning


As background and thanks to Brian O'Shea, here is some information on Dr. Walker:


1.) New York State licence:


2.) Profile on Doximity:



3.) UT Southwestern Medical Center Match Day 2018 webpage:



4.) University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Class of 2018 Academic Hooding Ceremony (found under Cary College/Andrian Salazar, M.D.:



5.) U.S. News Health website:



6.) C.V. noting the following:

Director, Worldwide R&D Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning (Pfizer, Oct 2019 - Present) 


7.) Apollo:

Here's the video from Project Veritas which has been Archived for posterity:


Let's look at some quotes:


PV - Pfizer ultimately is thinking about mutating COVID?


JTW - Well that's not what we say to the public. No.  We're exploring like you know, how the virus keeps mutating. Well, one of the things we're exploring is like, why don't we just mutate it ourselves so we could, we could create preemptively develop mew 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 fucking viruses.  You have to be very controlled to make sure that this virus that you mutate doesn't create something like, you know, goes everywhere."


PV - It sounds like Gain-of-Function to me.


JTW - I don't know, it's' a little bit different.  I think it's different. It's like this, it's definitely not Gain-of-Function.


PV - It sounds like it is, I mean, it's okay.


JTW - No, no, no.  But directed evolution is very different.  Well, you're not supposed to do Gain-of-Function research with the viruses.  They'd rather we not but we do these selected structure mutations to try to see if we can make them more potent.  So there is research ongoing about that.

A distinction without a difference.


At the 6 minute and 17 second mark, we find this exchange:

PV - What's the goal for Pfizer doing that (COVID mutations)?

JTW - So, part of what they want to do is try to figure out, to some extent, try to figure out like you know how there's all these new strains and variants that just pop up?   Why don't we try to like catch they before they pop up in nature and we can develop a vaccine prophylactically  before like new that if it comes out later on, in the public, then you already have a vaccine kind of working.  

PV - Oh my God, that's perfect.  Isn't that the best business model though?  Just control nature before nature even happens itself, right?

JTW - Who knows?  I mean either way it's going to be a cash cow.  COVID will probably be a cash cow for us for a while going forward."

Here is a link to the entire story from Project Veritas.


And to think that the vast majority of us trusted Big Pharma with its unprecedented and experimental response to the COVID-19 pandemic?


Here is a tweet from Project Veritas' Twitter account with a video that shows a followup to the video that was posted in the first part of this posting:

Here is the video since Twitter's embedding code seems to not be working properly for me:

Here is the link to an archived version of the video.

And, here is an article co-authored by Jordon Walker entitled "The Near-Term Outlook for COVID-19 Therapeutic Treatments" from May 2020 showing that he is familiar with COVID-19 therapeutics:

Addendum 2:

Here is Pfizer's rather weak response which appeared nearly 48 hours after the "allegations" were made, noting that they say nothing about their employee (or former employee) Dr. Walker but plenty about their COVID-19 product line:

Trust us, we'd never lie to you.

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