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Ousted Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe resurfaced Saturday at CPAC with the whistleblower he said made his former investigative organization’s huge Pfizer sting possible.
O’Keefe, who was ousted last month by Project Veritas’ board of directors, introduced Debbie Bernal at the Maryland event, formally known as the Conservative Political Action Conference.
“Stand up,” Bernal said. “Be brave. Do something for this country or we are all doomed.”
O’Keefe said Bernal helped set up the undercover encounter in which Jordon Walker, who leads research and development for mRNA projects at Pfizer, allegedly revealed that the company’s COVID vaccines are impacting women’s menstrual cycles and that the company uses “directed evolution” to mutate coronaviruses for the creation of more potent variants and vaccines.
“We need brave whistleblowers,” O’Keefe said. “We need people on the inside. There were people on the inside of Pfizer who helped us obtain this.”
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O’Keefe said Bernal was initially reluctant to come forward, even after tipping off Project Veritas as to Pfizer’s inner workings. He said that in the days after he was ousted from the organization he founded in 2010, she decided to go public with him.
“She was a little reluctant to go public,” O’Keefe said, claiming that she was interrogated and harassed after the story broke. “Rightfully so, she was scared.”
It was not clear what role Bernal had at Pfizer or specifically what she told Project Veritas to lay the groundwork for its bombshell scoop. Bernal told the crowd the series of events left her “scared for my life.”
“I was worried that I would end up in a body bag, or in a car accident,” she said. “But I realized that the spirit of fear is not from the Lord. As a believer, I knew that I couldn’t just sit there, I couldn’t just sit there and watch. People get lied to, people get gaslit, it made me angry.”
O’Keefe, who spearheaded a long list of undercover scoops while heading Project Veritas, has not revealed what he will do next, although he has strongly hinted that he may set up another investigative journalism group.
“Courage is the virtue that sustains all others, and without that you really can’t do journalism,” he said. “I’m not stopping or giving up.”