(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) An internal Pfizer letter that was shared on Twitter by Project Veritas warns the Big Pharma employees to not reveal “sensitive and confidential information” to actual journalists who may expose their lies.
Even though the company doesn’t mention Project Veritas, it seems that the letter was written after the investigative journalists recorded Pfizer executive Jordon Trishton Walker claiming that the company is exploring a way to “mutate” COVID-19 through “directed evolution,” according to Timcast.
“Fact-based information rooted in sound science is vitally important to preserving Pfizer’s scientific innovations, reputation and trust with business partners, and ultimately enables us to deliver breakthroughs for patients,” the letter reads. “Anti-science activists are becoming increasingly brazen in their drive to manipulate information, fueling the spread of baseless claims and endangering public health.”
The letter also suggests that Pfizer employees are an “ongoing target” for these so-called “anti-science activists.”
“We are aware of and managing a recent incident where one of our colleagues was baited into a conversation in a social situation and recorded without their knowledge.”
The company said that the video is “manipulated.”
“The tactics of these activists can be surprising and confrontational — including targeting specific individuals who are perceived to have confidential information about our science and in particular our COVID-19 vaccine,” according to the letter.
“This targeting can happen online through social media and dating apps as well as in person through industry conferences or simple social situations, such as a casual conversation with a new acquaintance in a bar, on a date, or at a party.”
The company that has reaped untold wealth from its COVID vaccines with little oversight and virtually unchecked authority, also gave itself a pat on the back.
“As Pfizer colleagues, we all have much to be proud of in the work that we do each and every day and enjoy sharing our work lives with our trusted loved ones. That said, we must safeguard all sensitive and confidential information at all times and exercise extreme caution amid any discussions with acquaintances,” the letter added.
The company also told its executives to direct journalists to Pfizer’s Media Relations team.
“Only approved spokespeople are authorized to speak publicly about Pfizer’s products, operations and research efforts,” the letter reads.
“Thank you for your diligence in helping us stop the spread of harmful misinformation. Now is the time to be strong in upholding the reliance upon evidence and logic when science and our global public health systems are under attack.”