James O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, recently released an expose of Pfizer’s secret gain-of-function research, which was revealed on Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic. The research, which O’Keefe uncovered, shows that Pfizer has been conducting experiments on gain-of-function research, which is the practice of manipulating a virus to make it more infectious and dangerous.
The expose, which was released on Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic, shows that Pfizer has been conducting experiments on gain-of-function research, which is the practice of manipulating a virus to make it more infectious and dangerous. According to O’Keefe, Pfizer has been conducting these experiments without the knowledge or consent of the public and without the approval of the US government.
Pfizer has been conducting these experiments in order to develop a vaccine for the novel coronavirus. However, O’Keefe and his team at Project Veritas argue that these experiments could have dangerous consequences if the virus were to escape the laboratory. They argue that the virus could be made more infectious and dangerous, which could lead to a global pandemic.
In response to the expose, Pfizer has denied any involvement in gain-of-function research. They have stated that their research is solely focused on developing a vaccine for the novel coronavirus and that they are not involved in any other type of research.
The expose by James O’Keefe and Project Veritas has raised serious questions about Pfizer’s research practices and their commitment to safety. It has also sparked a debate about the ethical implications of gain-of-function research and whether or not it should be allowed.
The expose by James O’Keefe and Project Veritas is an important reminder of the need for transparency and oversight when it comes to research involving potentially dangerous viruses. It is also a reminder of the need for ethical oversight of scientific research, to ensure that it is conducted responsibly and with the safety of the public in mind.