Big Pharma Whistleblower at CPAC on Coming Forward

Pfizer Whistleblower at CPAC on Coming Forward

‘I Was Worried That I Would End Up in a Body Bag’


A brave Pfizer whistleblower came forward publicly at the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor, Maryland on Saturday.

Flanked by Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, who was controversially pushed out of his own organization after his exposé of Pfizer’s alleged plans to mutate viruses to sell more vaccines, Debbie Bernal, a consultant for Pfizer, appeared on stage to tell her story.

“Well, like James said, I was a little reluctant to come,” she said to the audience. “At first, I was scared for my life. I was worried that I would end up in a body bag or in a car accident. But, I realized that the spirit of fear is not from the Lord. And as a believer, I knew that I couldn’t just sit there, I couldn’t just sit there and watch people get lied to people get gaslit. It made me angry and I talked to James and he, you know, gave me the courage to come up here. And I’m so thankful, you know, to have people here who are willing to listen.”

She also told the CPAC crowd to “stand up” for their beliefs.

“That’s why they keep gaslighting you,” she said. “Stand up, up, be brave. Do something for this country or else we’re all damned. Thank you.”

James O’Keefe added that he wasn’t done after his time at Project Veritas.

“I will tell you all that I’m not stopping, we’re not giving up,” James O’Keefe said.

“Stay tuned,” he added.

O’Keefe spoke about Bernal’s contributions to his reporting and laid out the Pfizer story that preceded his removal at Project Veritas.

O’Keefe also encouraged people to donate to the Pfizer whistleblower.

You can donate to Debbie Bernal’s cause here.

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(TLB) published this article from Becker News as compiled and written by Kyle Becker

Header featured image (edited) credit: Bernal/Twitter shot

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