‘We hope they’re not doing that. But that’s the concern,’ says Yale epidemiology professor Dr. Harvey Risch.Pfizer exec claimed the company was mutating viruses in a video shot by an undercover Project Veritas reporter.
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A Yale professor of epidemiology has declared Pfizer’s purported gain-of-function mutation of viruses, as claimed by one of the company’s execs, would be an illegal endeavor.
The professor’s analysis comes on the heels of a bombshell Project Veritas report showing Pfizer Director of Research and Development for Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning Jordon Trishton Walker admitting to an undercover Veritas journalist Pfizer was experimenting with mutating viruses in order to plan out future vaccines.
Speaking to Just The News, Yale Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Scientist in Epidemiology Dr. Harvey Risch suggested Pfizer would be committing “an act of domestic terrorism” if they in fact were involved in the research described.
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“If they were to do that, the vaccine would only be useful if the virus that they’re inventing actually got out into the population,” Risch told Just the News’ “No Noise” show.
“That would be an act of domestic terrorism if that happened. So they’re probably not doing that. We hope they’re not doing that. But that’s the concern.”
Risch went on to say he does not believe Pfizer, which released a statement denying the allegations, has embarked on the research, and said he doubted Walker’s claims.
“My first reaction is that in what he’s talking about, he’s an amateur and he doesn’t really have depth of knowledge about the nature of how these viruses are propagated.”
“There’s a very, very deep extensive field of neurology, and he’s talking about his superficial concepts of how he thinks the overall picture is organized for working with these viruses. But it is much more involved than that. There’s a lot of other techniques that go into propagating these viruses.”