James O’Keefe made his first public appearance since being fired from Project Veritas at CPAC 2023 in Washington, DC, and brought out the Pfizer whistleblower who helped identify Pfizer director Jordan Trishton Walker.
Last month, The Gateway Pundit reported a bombshell undercover video in which Walker admitted that pharma companies are experimenting with dangerous profit-making on COVID-19 in order to make more money on vaccines.
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A week later, James O’Keefe was placed on paid leave and subsequently fired from his own company, which he had founded 13 years earlier and grown into a revolutionary journalism venture.
After the events of her eviction, O’Keefe reconnected with the whistleblower, who said she was targeted, “brought into a room, interrogated, driven to her home in a red van, harassed by her and her loved ones, who feared for her life.”
“Inspired by a series of events over the last three weeks,” the whistleblower “decided to go public with me on stage right now,” O’Keefe said, introducing Debbie to the audience.
Debbie said she was “a little reluctant to come at first,” saying she was “fearing for my life.”
“I was worried I would end up in a body bag or a car accident. But I realized that the attitude of fear is not of the Lord,” said Debbie.
“As a believer, I knew I couldn’t sit there, I couldn’t sit there and watch. People lie, people get gaslit, it makes me angry.
O’Keefe “gave me the courage to come here and I’m so grateful to have people here who are willing to listen and willing to stand up,” Debbie said.
“I think we all need to learn not to be afraid,” Debbie continued. “Fear is how the enemy controls us. Fear is the reason why our country is going the way it is going. People are willing to give up their freedom and their freedom to be safe. We cannot do that. Freedom is not free. “
“And sometimes people like me have to make sacrifices,” Debbie continued, with “you’re a hero Debbie” cheers from the crowd.
“I want to say to all the employed people in this room, if you work in a big tech, media, government agency, it’s your responsibility to stand up. Don’t let these people get away with it. If you don’t say something, they will continue to do it.
During O’Keefe’s speech, he recounted the Pfizer story, first noting the number of news programs sponsored by the pharmaceutical company.
O’Keefe thanked the “brave” and courageous Project Veritas journalists, in which Jordan Trishton, director of Pfizer research and development, strategic operations and mRNA scientific projects, appeared in several undercover videos talking about the Covid-19 vaccine.
“Courage is the virtue that sustains all, and you can’t really do journalism without it,” he said.
Speaking in a video of the encounter with Trishton, O’Keefe said, “His response was I’m literally a liar … It goes on and on, it’s weird,” noting that a Pfizer employee was filming the restaurant manager, who Project Veritas journalist O’Keefe was calling the police officers, who is white, at the restaurant. Locks and blocks his vehicle as he tries to leave after unlocking the restaurant.
O’Keefe mentioned one of the “passionate” undercover journalists who was covering the conflict said he “had to drag her out of the restaurant … she was like, I’ll be back there”.
At the end of the speech, O’Keefe told the audience, “I will not stop or give up.”