Confusion Never Stops …
An update about the fallout of Project Veritas' hidden camera (fake) date / interview
You are probably familiar with the popular Clocks song by ColdPlay, and this phrase … Confusion Never Stops …
It looks very much like it when it comes to C19, the “vaccine” and the therapeutics.
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Project Veritas’ widely watched hidden camera ‘date interview,’ released on January 25th, brought to the forefront the concept of “directed evolution.”
At the time of writing this post, there were 38.5 million views, on Twitter alone - with YouTube having removed the video after it also attracted substantial traffic.
As we will see, the topic was previously discussed but did not get much traction on social media at the time.
But with the Project Veritas revelations, lots of discussions ensued, particularly on several Twitter Spaces with thousands of participants.
So far, mainstream media mostly avoided the topic, with the noteworthy exception of Tucker Carlson, with extensive coverage on January 26th:
Oh, there was also some satiric coverage.
Finally, 3 days later, Pfizer issued a statement, indicating that:
“In limited number cases, when complete virus does not contain known GoF mutations, such virus may be engineered to enable assessment of antiviral activity in cells,” which the company says is done “to meet U.S. and global regulatory requirements for our oral treatment PAXLOVID.”
This is still an ongoing story with possibly considerable implications.
But little noticed were some perspectives about the revelations and analysis that make this apparently simple story pretty confusing, to say the least.
A first noteworthy dissonant perspective, published on Jan. 26 on her substack, is by regulatory expert Sasha Latypova.
“Quick post. I was asked to comment on the “bombshell” video released by Project Veritas where a “senior R&D executive from Pfizer” is making claims about “directed evolution” of covid virus that Pfizer is planning to implement.”
Her post’s PS summarizes her perspective:
“Doesn’t really matter if the interviewee here really works for Pfizer and really believes what he says in this video. I am pretty sure he does and does. That’s the point. As long as you hire the people of certain intellectual lightweight and a non-functioning moral compass (current university system is perfectly geared to produce this product) it is easy to set them up to repeat the lines you want with conviction.”
Another dissonant view came from journalist George Webb, who wrote several tweets and also convened a Twitter space (discussion forum) today.
Webb wrote: “Jordon Walker seems to be everywhere insiders with foreknowledge of CoronaVirus outbreak need him to be - Texas urology, Callahan blood samples at Mass General, Remdesivir at Boston Consulting, and cancer mrna at Pfizer. Hmmm…….”
Webb also questioned the NY job location of the video’s “interviewee” and he wrote: “Jordon Trishton Walker is a teaching assistant at University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas at the Nursing School as of last week”
There are several other aspects of Walker’s timeline that are being challenged by Webb, as can be seen in his Twitter feed:
In a Twitter space, this Saturday January 28, in light of his findings, Webb further suggested that, in his opinion, Jordon Walker is “a fraud” and that Project Veritas “violated every rule of journalism.”
Webb called, during the Twitter Space, for Project Veritas to publicly admit they made a mistake.
Walker Was Also Involved in Therapeutics!
With several people digging into Walker’s past, his involvement in therapeutics came to light.
Jordon Walker’s work on treatment drugs interestingly brings us back to 2020, as he co-authored a paper on the topic, even if he himself was specializing in urology, and not virology, infectious diseases or a closely related area.
The paper he co-authored reiterated the narrative that can be summarized as “hydroxycholoroquine bad / remdesivir good” which quickly emerged at the time, in March / April 2020.
The paper can be seen as “academically short” as it contains only two references, one about hydroxychloroquine and ventricular arrhythmia risk - an aspect that attracted considerable attention (and fear by many in the medical profession) at the time, the other about convalescent plasma.
The paper did not make any reference to the just published and important April 29 2020 article in The Lancet by Wang et al. concluding that remdesivir is “not associated with statistically significant clinical benefits.”
The findings by Wang et al. were subsequently confirmed in the WHO DISCOVERY larger clinical trial.
“No clinical benefit was observed from the use of remdesivir in patients who were admitted to hospital for COVID-19, were symptomatic for more than 7 days, and required oxygen support.”
The findings of the DISCOVERY trial led the WHO to recommend against the use of the drug for C19; a recommendation that was subsequently amended.
Despite its significant toxicity, the drug became the “standard of care” for C19 in the US in mid-2020 and remains to this day part of the NIH treatment guidelines, including for pediatric usage.
In the above mentioned Twitter Space, one of the arguments advanced by Dr. Kevin McKernan is that the mutagenic properties are fostering the emergence of new variants - a point he also stressed on Twitter.
In other words, we, humans, would be kind of lab mice or monkeys!
McKernan argued that pharma companies consequently don’t need to do GOF / directed evolution as this is actually done indirectly though mutagenic drugs.
Unfortunately the Twitter Space was not recorded, but George Webb mentioned he will attempt to recover and post the recording.
What to conclude from all of this? Clearly, there is lots of confusion, and the multiple involvements of the central character of the story - Jordon Walker - make things pretty weird.
The story is not over and there are several Twitter Spaces covering this development, including this one, with Project Veritas, which is being recorded.
And there are ongoing heated exchanges between Project Veritas staff and George Webb …
Affaire à suivre, as we say in French.
Enjoy your week-end, or at least what’s left of it.
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