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Jordon Trishton Walker, an official who leads research and development for mRNA projects at the pharmaceutical company, told an undercover Project Veritas journalist that the firm is not entirely sure why the vaccines are impacting women’s menstrual cycles, postulating that the effects could be evidence of hormonal disruptions. “There is something irregular about their menstrual cycles. So, people will have to investigate that down the line, because that is a little concerning,” he remarked. “The vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that.”
Walker said the vaccine should not be interfering with the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis, the system which regulates menstrual cycles. “I hope we don’t discover something really bad down the line. I hope we don’t find out that somehow this mRNA lingers in the body,” he continued,” because it has to be affecting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles.”
Researchers have previously found that COVID vaccines impacted menstruation; one international study from the Oregon Health and Science University concluded that “some people may experience a slight, temporary change in the length of their monthly menstrual cycle” after receiving the vaccine. Another study found that 42% of women with regular menstrual cycles reported heavier bleeding than usual after inoculation.
BREAKING: @Pfizer Director Concerned Over Women’s Reproductive Heath After COVID-19 Vaccinations
— Project Veritas (@Project_Veritas) February 2, 2023
A brief review by The Daily Wire found that mainstream outlets, from CNN and Reuters to the Associated Press and The New York Times, neglected to cover the new footage nearly 24 hours after it had been published on social media. The same appeared to be true of the first video released last week, which showed Walker appearing to admit that the company uses “directed evolution” to mutate coronaviruses for the creation of more potent variants and vaccines.
The lack of attention from legacy media outlets came despite the first sting video garnering 30 million views and the second garnering more than 6 million views.
Snopes published a fact check on the initial video citing a New York Times report that called Project Veritas a “conservative group known for its deceptive tactics.” The article attempted to identify whether Walker was truly an employee at Pfizer; the outlet found various sources of information, including medical licenses and email handles, which “lended credibility to the claim that a man with that name has a background in medicine and is employed by the pharmaceutical company.”
Another fact check from Newsweek describes Project Veritas as a “controversial organization that has previously produced investigations subsequently labeled as false or unevidenced by fact-checkers and other media.” The article did not render a verdict on the validity of the first video’s content, but said online comments stemming from the footage made “misleading characterizations.” They ruled Walker’s statements as “unverified.”
In a subsequent video, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe confronted Walker on his remarks. Walker then called himself a “liar” who apparently made up the stories to impress the undercover journalist with whom he believed to be on a date. Pfizer did not respond to questions from The Daily Wire about Walker’s employment status.
Walker insisted he is “not even a scientist by background,” adding that he “came from a consulting firm that does business.” Asked whether he works for Pfizer, Walker said, “No, I was a contractor!” When pressed for a second time on whether he currently works for Pfizer, Walker replied, “No! What are you talking about here?”
Despite his denials, Walker’s apparent LinkedIn profile, which appears to have been deleted, and images of internal Pfizer documents shared by O’Keefe suggest he did indeed work for the pharmaceutical firm. Walker is listed as a Pfizer “director of research and development, strategic operations, and mRNA scientific planning.”