A new Project Veritas video reveals that Jordan Triston Walker, a Pfizer director of research and development at the time, expressed concern that the company’s mRNA Covid vaccines might harm women’s health.

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In a conversation with an undercover Project Veritas journalist, Walker admits that something is off when he analyzes the impact of the COVID vaccine.

“There is something irregular about the menstrual cycles. So, people will have to investigate that down the line,” Walker said.

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

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The Pfizer Director appears to be worried that more information may become known about the COVID vaccine’s potential side effects over time.

“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,” he said.

“Or like the entire next generation is like super fuc*ed,” he added. “Could you imagine the scandal? Oh my god, I’d… take Pfizer off my resume.”

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

In June 2022, NBC admitted that “menstrual changes after Covid vaccines may be far more common than previously known.” A study found that 42% of people with regular menstrual cycles said they bled more heavily than usual after their Covid vaccination.

Even more shocking, Walker provided further confirmation of Pfizer’s alleged process to mutate viruses.

“So tell me more like what’s developing with the whole, you know, virus mutation process,” Walker was asked.

“Well, they’re still kind of conducting the experiments on it, but it seems like from I’ve heard they’re kind of optimizing it, but if they’re going slow, they’re going very cautious. Like, you know… Obviously don’t wanna accelerate too much. But I think they’re also just trying to do it as an exploratory thing because you obviously don’t want advertise that you’re kind to figure out future mutation.”

“How would a research study be delayed for Covid stuff?” he was asked.

“Like, well not for Covid specifically. So like now we’re basically focusing on mRNA beyond Covid. So a lot of our… research studies gotta make sure they’re on track and things like that.”

“So what is mRNA gonna be used for in the future?”

“Lots of stuff,” Walker replied. “But I can’t tell you…”

“There’s a whole list of things we’re developing it for,” he eventually went on. “Not just for viruses.”

“But we’re doing it for gene editing,” he said. “No one gives a sh*t about Covid,” he added.