PROJECT Veritas is an American far-right activist group founded in 2010 by James O’Keefe, a self-proclaimed “guerrilla journalist.”
The group has reported their alleged undercover findings after doing research into Pfizer.
What is Project Veritas?
Project Veritas is a group who is known to produce “deceptively edited videos of its undercover operations, which use secret recordings in an effort to discredit mainstream media organizations and progressive groups.”
It investigates politicians and private institutions for perceived corrupt practices.
On October 5, 2021, Project Veritas released a clip from it’s investigative Covid series after partnering with some scientists who allegedly work for the organization.
In the video, an official identified as Nick Karl was heard saying that the antibodies built after contracting Covid-19 are “probably better than the vaccination.”
Karl is one of the scientists who is directly involved in the production of the Covid-19 vaccine at Pfizer, as per Project Veritas.
He said, “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 vaccination.”
Pfizer Senior Associate Scientist Chris Croce was caught on camera saying that the company he worked for was “evil.”
“I still feel like I work for an evil corporation because it comes down to profits in the end. I mean, I’m there to help people, not to make millions and millions of dollars. So, I mean, that’s the moral dilemma… Basically, our organization is run on COVID money now,” he said.
He concluded that the natural immunity a person obtains after contracting Covid
How effective is the Pfizer vaccine?
Pfizer’s Covid jab is 90 per cent effective for more than six months, a study has confirmed.
Protection against severe illness is still not wearing off even in some of the first people to get the vaccine earlier this year.
Although the risk of catching the virus rises over time as immunity weakens, it stays strong enough to keep most people out of hospital.
Dr Sara Tartof, from the Kaiser Permanente health insurance said: “Our study confirms that vaccines remain highly effective in preventing severe disease and hospitalization.”
The medical firm and Pfizer studied real-world medical records from 3.4million people in California.
They found 6.6 per cent of vaccinated people who caught coronavirus between December and August – 12,130 out of 184,041 – ended up in hospital.
What are the side effects of the Covid booster jab?
The most common side effects from Covid booster shots have been revealed.
They appear to be very similar to those reported after second doses were administered, and largely mild.
Researchers looked at how people fared after getting their third vaccine.
They logged their symptoms on a mobile app designed to track the safety of jabs, with the seven most common side effects revealed.
Around 79 per cent had reactions at the injection site – pain, redness or swelling.
And 74 per cent said they suffered side effects like fever, headache, chills or joint pain.
However those who received the Moderna vaccine seemed to have more arm pain compared to after the second injection.
These findings are very similar to the percentage who reported the same responses to their second dose.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found there are “no unexpected patterns” after boosters, which seem to be well-tolerated.
People over 65, or between 18 and 65 with underlying conditions or at high risk due to work, have been offered Pfizer boosters.
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