Project Veritas has released a shocking video as part of its “COVID-19 Vaccine Exposed” series in which three Pfizer scientists are “clandestinely videoed by a female operative while dining at a restaurant.”
In the significant discussion caught on film, the scientists expose truths behind the controversial vaccination and exclaim “[COVID] antibodies are probably better than the [Pfizer] vaccination”, “we’re like bred and taught to be like ‘vaccine is safer than actually getting covid” and sadly, “our organization is run on covid money now.”
The three scientists from Pfizer discuss how natural antibodies create equal, if not better, protection against COVID than their own vaccine. The discussion also exposes Pfizer’s “profit-driven, surveillance-based corporate culture.”
BREAKING: @Pfizer Scientists: ‘Your [COVID] Antibodies are Probably Better than the [Pfizer] Vaccination’
"We’re Like Bred And Taught to be Like “Vaccine is Safer Than Actually Getting Covid.”
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The various comments by the scientists were riveting.
Nick Karl, who is a biochemist at Pfizer involved in the development of their vaccine, stated, “When somebody is naturally immune — like they got COVID — they probably have more antibodies against the virus… When you actually get the virus, you’re going to start producing antibodies against multiple pieces of the virus… So, your antibodies are probably better at that point than the [COVID] vaccination.”
Pfizer Senior Associate Scientist Chris Croce noted, “You’re protected for longer” if you have natural antibodies working for you compared to the COVID vaccine. “I work for an evil corporation… Our organization is run on COVID money.”
Rahul Khandke, another Pfizer scientist, remarked during the undercover interview, “If you have [COVID] antibodies built up, you should be able to prove that you have those built up.”
Karl was asked by the journalist, “How do we get the unvaccinated vaccinated?”
“I feel like what they’re doing… like, for instance, the city [New York] needs, like, vaxx cards and everything. It’s just like about making it so inconvenient for, like, unvaccinated people, to the point where they’re just like ‘f*ck it, I’ll get it,’ you know?” he asserted.
“Like, if you are restricting people that are unvaccinated from doing anything, and then, like, vaccinated people are allowed to do anything they want, eventually they’re just going to be like ‘f*ck, let me just get vaccinated,’” Karl said before acknowledging that he is breaking his NDA agreement. ‘Oh God, I signed NDAs against this,” he said.
Croce noted during the interview that the vaccine’s effectiveness is waning.
“So, when we came out with… so right now we’re seeing an increase in the Delta variant. Mostly not because of the variant, mostly because of immune… their, basically their antibodies are waning. So they’re still protected but do not have that 95 percent efficacy. It’s more like 70 percent. So you’re being… you’re protected most likely for longer since there was a natural response,” he said.
“So basically they’re trying to keep track of everyone that’s been vaccinated versus the census of how many people are actually reported… They’re trying to get their numbers, but still, you shouldn’t have to show anything, which is basically, in my opinion, a violation of HIPAA,” Croce contended concerning vaccine passports.
“No one has the right to ask you if you’ve been vaccinated. It’s an invasion of privacy. I don’t agree with it. You have multiple companies that were basically given a crap ton of money to produce vaccines, and they’re pushing them,” he said.
When the operative asked him why monoclonal antibody treatments were being downplayed and rationed by the Biden administration, Croce replied, “Money. It’s disgusting.”
“I mean, I still feel like I work for an evil corporation ‘cause it comes down to profits in the end, and I mean, I’m there to help people, not to make millions and millions of dollars. So I mean, that’s the moral dilemma,” he stated. “Basically our organization is run on COVID money now. It netted like, over $15 billion last year.”