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The biggest Project Veritas reveal ever, maybe; FDA watch; good news from the California case; bobsledder SADS; great news on Ukraine’s corruption; and another trans teacher self-destructs.
Happy Thursday, C&C! I had to do a LOT of last-minute research this morning on the biggest story breaking on the Internet right now: Project Veritas’ blockbuster exposé interview of an alleged Pfizer executive who claimed that Pfizer is at least thinking about manipulating viruses to improve profits. But is the story too good to be true? I rounded up all the latest information for you so you don’t have to go digging all over the web.
Also in the roundup: FDA watch; good news from the California doctor-speech case; a SADS bobsledder death; great news from the Economist about Ukraine’s corruption problems; and another trans teacher self-destructs.
🗞*WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
💉 The FDA’s Vaccine Advisory Committee meets today, and will probably discuss whether or not to take an off-ramp for the covid jabs by merging them into the annual flu vaccine program. If they do, expect fireworks from booster-philic experts who will claim the FDA is dooming us all.
💉 My planned news roundup was blown to smithereens late yesterday, when Project Veritas posted a brand-new hidden-camera interview purporting to show a senior Pfizer manager discussing how the pharma company was considering intentionally creating, and presumably releasing, profitable new mutated virus strains using “directed evolution.”
The executive also made remarks about how helpful it is that government regulatory employees want jobs at Pfizer, and said the Wuhan virus must have been a lab leak.
First things first. Let’s slow our roll. This is breaking news and everybody’s blowing up the hot takes. There are LOTS of reasons to be cautious about this story.
Here’s the video, which you may have already seen by now, a candid conversation between an anonymous PV staffer and Jordan Trishton Walker, the “Director, Worldwide R&D Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning for Pfizer”:
As usual, Project Veritas worked hard to verify Walker is legit. They confirmed his LinkedIn profile, found several of his academic papers, and showed a screen shot of Pfizer’s org chart with Walker three levels below Albert Bourla, allegedly received from a source inside Pfizer:
Project Veritas staffers also disclosed a shot purportedly from an internal Pfizer chat application confirming Walker’s face and title:
Walker’s handful of publications appear to confirm that he has worked in the space. For example, Walker co-wrote this 2020 article while apparently working for the Boston Consulting Group:
Boston Consulting Group often lends or places professionals with Fortune-100 companies like Pfizer, so that would make sense. Walker’s now-deleted Apollo profile confirms his work for BCG and indicates he started working for Pfizer in 2021:
Of course, as with his Linked-In profile, the Apollo information was all entered by Walker. So those profiles are evidence but not proof. It would be helpful to see when the profiles were created — but we can’t, since they’ve already been completely scrubbed.
Many of Walker’s entries are quickly vanishing from the web. In addition to his Apollo page, his LinkedIn and Facebook pages are gone — even from the Wayback machine. And Google’s disinformation team is already obscuring the story:
Twitter only has one entry for Walker, bearing today’s date, and it clearly is meant to advertise his full title at Pfizer:
I’m highly suspicious of that tweet, because of the timing and the wording.
Independent investigator Brian O’Shea published a Substack roundup of just about everything available online about Jordan Walker. Brian’s research seems to confirm Walker’s bio, but it’s not completely conclusive, either, as Brian appears to acknowledge. Especially suspicious is the absence of any publicly-available information confirming Walker’s employment at Pfizer.
Walker’s interview comments confirmed just about everything we’ve long suspected about pharma. In fact, his claims are so believable that it is also unbelievable. It’s an explosive story tailor-made for conservative conspiracy television. In fact, it’s SO believably unbelievable that some people literally don’t believe it and think Project Veritas — and the rest of rightwing media — are being set up to be totally discredited.
In other words, it seems too good to be true. If I were suing Pfizer and someone sent me all these materials, I would be EXTREMELY cautious about running straight to court with it. I would want to triple-check it first. You could lose the lawsuit if it turned out to be fake.
After a quick internet search, investigative journalist George Webb claimed he readily found stuff suggesting Jordan Trishton Walker is actually a failed Yale student slash woke activist known for his pranks and hoaxes. Webb says he found Walker on a federal watchlist, so Walker could easily be a stool pigeon. Webb also notes — confirmed by others — that Yale University’s website does not include Walker in its list of 2013 graduates, which is when Walker’s various profiles claim he graduated.
Walker’s missing Yale graduation entry could be nothing. He could have lied on his resume about graduating from Yale. Or Yale’s list of graduates might be wrong. Or Walker could have graduated late because he had a missing credit hour or something.
But it raises questions.
We will learn a lot more today. Pfizer will respond at some point. Either they’ll say he’s been fired, in which case they’ll have some pretty serious questions to answer, or Pfizer will deny this guy ever worked for the pharmaceutical giant. Corporate media will either run stories “debunking” Project Veritas and calling for more internet controls on “misinformation,” or else they will run defense for Pfizer and say Walker is emotionally disturbed or something.
Let’s wait and see what happens next. I’ll have a lot more to say about this developing story either way.
🔥 Great news! Yesterday I reported on some promising comments made by a California judge considering the new law penalizing doctors who stray from the “approved” covid narrative. Well, the forecasters were right, and the judge has now enjoined the odious California law.
💉 Simon Dunn, 35, Australian Olympic bobsledder and rugby player, died suddenly and unexpectedly AT HOME, where he was found. That’s about all we know.
The Daily Mail’s report on the story strongly hinted that his death was self-caused, by repeatedly referencing Dunn’s sexual preferences (gay) and suggesting being gay made participating in organized sports hard for him. It disclosed his relationship status (recently broken up), and repeatedly mentioning unidentified and unnamed “mental health struggles.”
I guess THOSE details aren’t as private as Simon’s cause of death.
The reporter seemed to be just guessing though, as the article was whitewashed of any actual facts about his death, or even any particular details about Dunn’s various alleged troubles. In the time I had, I could not find any evidence in social media of Dunn struggling with anything at all; to the contrary, he appears to have been popular, well-loved and doing great.
Of course, you never know.
In addition to championing LGBTQIA+ rights, Dunn was also a champion for covid vaccines. It perhaps doesn’t show his very best self, but in his enthusiasm to safeguard the world, he could at times be kind of hard on unjabbed folks.
Simon was single. We offer our sincere regrets to Simon’s family.
🚀 Good news, everybody! The Economist says that — in one short day — Ukraine’s corruption problem has ALREADY IMPROVED since yesterday’s news that Zelenskyy fired a bunch of useless tokens.
That’s some admirably fast work, right there. Who said corruption was a hard problem? That Zelenskyy sure knows how to get to the bottom of things, doesn’t he? If only he’d known about this problem $143 billion dollars ago.
Maybe we should put him in charge of the US Congress. Just saying.
🔥 The Maine Wire ran a gross story yesterday with a neatly alliterative headline: “Transgender Teacher at Maine Middle School Shared Salacious TikTok Videos With 6th Graders.” The sub-headline explained, “One King Middle School student told her parents that teacher Lydia Lamere wrote the TikTok handle on a whiteboard at the front of the classroom, encouraging students to check it out.”
For some reason, King Middle School parents were not pleased.
The Maine Wire reported that Mr. Lamere has used a lot of different names. He has also gone by Chris Lamere, Lydia Moon, Clodagh Moon, and Clodagh Lamere. His social media history shows he has variously identified as non-binary, as a transgender woman, and as a transgender lesbian. The reporter easily discovered that Mr. Lamere frequently posts about gender, sexuality, and transgender issues.
And somehow he still passed the background check.
Obviously, King Middle School’s principal said Mr. Lamere will not be re-employed as a substitute teacher. When the Maine Wire asked, the school’s communications director explained, “It is not our practice to review candidate’s social media accounts for any positions in the district as part of our application process.”
Why would they?
Props to the Wire’s executive editor Steve Robinson, who authored the story, for using a variety of masterful writing techniques to avoid pronouns, like referring to Lamere by his last name, as “the sub,” or “the erstwhile substitute teacher.” You can barely even notice that Robinson never wrote “him” or “her.”
I’ve been thinking a lot about this whole bizarre transgender “movement.” Although the unhappy former substitute teacher clearly gives off strong vibes reminiscent of “it puts the lotion in the basket,” and obviously was unable to restrain his urges while in charge of children, in a way he is also a victim, a victim of a strong delusion manufactured by the government, its so-called “experts,” and the sycophantic corporate media.
Trans is a mind virus.
These poor, unattractive, unloved souls have been completely captured by a strong delusion, the insane idea that they can somehow become “real” women by taking hormones, wearing makeup, and castrating themselves. When kids do it, we call that “magical thinking.”
In fact, the best these men can ever hope to accomplish is to become a facsimile of a woman, a simulation. Some men are better at being simulated women due to genetic advantages and having superior emotional intelligence, but some, maybe most, are truly awful. In other words, they’re faker than a $20 Rolex from a Times Square vendor and you can spot the fakes a kilometer away. Most tragically, after they’ve mutilated themselves, their romantic relationships are permanently restricted to fetishists and the vulnerable.
The original feminists have a lot to answer for, since they came up with the original delusional idea that men and women are “equal” — in other words, the same. It’s a short logical leap from that principle to the “fact” that, since they are the same, men and women are fully fungible and any perceptible differences are merely cosmetic.
But simulated women are NOT equal to biological women. And they never will be.
It’s an open question who is managing and paying for all the propaganda promoting these poor deluded people, or who it benefits, but this trend might be the craziest thing I have ever seen. Cuckoo!
Have a terrific Thursday! And stand by for breaking news in tomorrow’s exciting roundup.
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