As RedState reported on Wednesday evening, Project Veritas executed another undercover operation, and it was eyebrow-raising, to say the least. Jordon Trishton Walker, described as Director of Research and Development at Pfizer, claimed that the controversial company was mutating the COVID-19 virus to produce future vaccines.
But while the contents of the undercover operation were interesting, all hell broke loose when Project Veritas attempted to confront Walker out in the open.
The most insane video you’ll see today. I guarantee it. pic.twitter.com/WEz63vQFyF
— Eric Spracklen🇺🇸 (@EricSpracklen) January 26, 2023
The video is long by online standards, reaching nearly 10 minutes, but to get a sense of just how crazy things got, you really have to watch all of it. At first, Walker plays dumb, asserting that he didn’t say the things he said. I’m not sure what kind of defensive mechanism that was, but it wasn’t very convincing.
Things get weirder from there. Walker has the store manager (I assume that’s who she is) lock the Project Veritas crew inside so he can call the police. As James O’Keefe notes, it’s not a crime to ask someone a question, so what the police were expected to do isn’t clear. Walker was clearly frantic at that point, with the store manager telling Project Veritas to leave while he demanded they not be allowed to leave.
Lots of yelling and pointing continues as it seems to set in that he’s just made a grave mistake. Walker believed he was on a date when he spilled the beans, and you can understand the shock he was probably feeling realizing his career had probably been destroyed. In that sense, I actually felt some sympathy for him. At the end of the day, Walker is just an employee. He’s not the one making the decisions talked about in the video.
Regardless, things went from chaotic to violent at the end of the video. Walker apparently came to the conclusion that he had to get the footage to save himself so he snatched the iPad out of O’Keefe’s hand. That’s when a cameraman and Walker began to get into a physical confrontation, with some rather brisk shoving going on. Of course, the footage was no doubt safely uploaded by that point, making the fighting over the iPad pointless.
At that point, O’Keefe has seen enough and he and the crew exit the building, but things aren’t done yet. Walker runs out into the street and stops a car that he thinks has Project Veritas members in it. In reality, it’s just a random SUV. Eventually, the police show up, but Walker had fled the scene.
Honestly, the whole thing was genuinely uncomfortable to watch. I understand that Walker is just a guy who ran his mouth a bit too much and got caught up in something bigger. But at the end of the day, what Project Veritas is doing is important, and if Pfizer is going to continue to mislead the public, this is the only way to expose them.