All the women who shared concerns about how the coronavirus vaccine affected their menstrual cycle were dismissed and told that it was all in their heads. Medical experts, doctors, and vaccine promoters claimed that it was all nonsense and that there were no side effects whatsoever from the Covid vaccine. But thousands of women (that we know of) reported extremely heavy bleeding (sometimes for tens of days on end), extremely irregular cycles, or severe pain that they had never experienced before. Project Veritas, a group of independent journalists led by James O'Keefe, released footage of a Pfizer employee who admitted on camera that the vaccine does in fact affect women's hormones.
Pfizer Director Admits Covid Vaccine Affects Women's Menstrual Cycles—After We Were Told for Years It Was All in Our Heads
O'Keefe and Project Veritas have been censored and even deplatformed as they keep releasing undercover footage of various Big Pharma executives who admit various things like wanting to "inoculate as many people as possible." In a clip released on Thursday, Jordon Trishton Walker, Pfizer Director of Research and Development of Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning, said he was concerned that the coronavirus vaccine was having a negative effect on women's menstrual cycles.
"There is something irregular about their menstrual cycles," Walker said in reference to women who took the vaccine. "So, people will have to investigate that down the line because that is a little concerning. The vaccine shouldn't be interfering with that. So, we don't really know... There's something happening. But we don't always figure it out." He said that the vaccine shouldn't affect the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and hormones related to the menstrual cycle, but it seems like there is something happening there, even if they don't know exactly what it is.
The Project Veritas journalist questioned Walker, pointing out that he's a urologist, so he has to understand what's going on, right? "It has to be affecting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles," Walker admits. "Can you imagine the scandal? I would take Pfizer off my resume." He sat back and nearly laughed.
In this video, Project Veritas writes, "In this previously unreleased exchange with our undercover journalist, he not only elaborates on his claims of virus mutation and future uses of mRNA technology, but also internal concerns within Pfizer regarding possible side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine—specifically, to women's menstrual cycles."
"Why would the research study be delayed for Covid stuff?" the journalist asks.
"Well, not for Covid specifically, like, focusing on mRNA beyond Covid," Walker responds. "So a lot of our forward-looking research says you gotta make sure they're on track and things like that."
The journalist pressed Walker to disclose what else mRNA is being developed for. He said he couldn't say exactly what, but he did say that it would be developed for "a whole list of things" other than the flu. "Not just for viruses," he says. He named gene editing as an option, saying that they're setting their sights on more than just addressing coronavirus.
When asked if Pfizer will be liable for any of the vaccine injuries that have happened, he said he didn't think so. There could be a scandal, but he hopes there isn't.
"I will admit, I will say, if it does come back down the line that there was something wrong with the vaccine, then obviously people will criticize the big push," Walker says. "Because there was a lot of social pressure, government pressure, job pressure to get the vaccine. Like I had to get the vaccine, otherwise I would have gotten fired, right?"
While many people feel vindicated after being told for months or even years that the vaccine doesn't have any particular side effects, especially on women's menstrual cycles, it's not a pleasant "I told you so." It's a sad realization that many women have been duped or flat-out lied to, and they were coerced into taking an experimental drug that did in fact have an impact on their reproductive system, even if it was only temporary.