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Here's How YouTube Directed Employees to Handle the Project Veritas Pfizer Video

Project Veritas' bombshell video last week exposing a Pfizer director explaining how the pharma company was doing research to "mutate" COVID went viral on social media—getting viewed over 27 million times on Twitter alone. In the mainstream press, however, there was a total blackout on it, with Big Tech helping quash it. Stories were removed, and for a while, search results on Google came up empty. 

Now we have a closer look at some of Big Tech's efforts behind the scenes to address the "massive" exposé.

According to a YouTube insider, employees received an "urgent guidance" document explaining part of the Project Veritas video "violates the COVID-19 misinformation policy."

Specifically, YouTube jumped on the part where Project Veritas' James O'Keefe says, "Our undercover journalist asked Walker how Pfizer is handling the fact that their COVID vaccines are ineffective against virus variants. What he said is disturbing, listen to this." 

On Friday, Pfizer addressed the video, issuing a statement acknowledging that in some cases, "when a virus does not have any known gain of function mutations, such virus may be engineered to enable the assessment of antiviral activity in cells."

The company also said such studies are "required by U.S. and global regulators for all antiviral products and are carried out by many companies and academic institutions in the U.S. and around the world." 

Fox News's Tucker Carlson called on Congress to investigate which regulators are requiring this research. 


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