Daily Mail Briefly Commits Act of Journalism Before Deleting Story on Blockbuster Project Veritas Undercover Video

As corporate news outlets go, the Daily Mail is one of the least restrictive. While listed as “Right” by Media Bias Fact Check, they are really more right-leaning. But the important part is that they generally report on any and all stories rather than self-censoring like the vast majority of corporate media outlets.

Today was an exception. After publishing an article about the bombshell undercover video released by Project Veritas showing a Pfizer executive spilling the beans on gain-of-function research, the publication inexplicably deleted the story.

Gettr user Danny C posted, “Why did Daily Mail take down this story shortly after Project Veritas blew the whistle on Pfizer’s plan to mutate SARS-CoV-2 to make new mRNA vaccines?”

He included this screenshot:

Daily Mail

The Liberty Daily confirmed the story did exist and can still be found in Archive. Here’s what the article said before it was removed from the site:

An alleged Pfizer executive has revealed the company is exploring a way to mutate COVID in order to create more vaccines, new undercover footage claims.

Project Veritas released a new video on Wednesday that shows a man the activist group claims is Jordon Trishton Walker, a Pfizer Director of Research and Development.

Walker, whose LinkedIn page appears to have been deleted, begs the journalist not to tell anyone and then shares that the way they would mutate the virus would be by infecting monkeys.

‘One of the things we [Pfizer] are exploring is like, why don’t we just mutate it [COVID] ourselves so we could create — preemptively develop new vaccines, right? So, we have to do that. If we’re gonna do that though, there’s a risk of like, as you could imagine — no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating f–king viruses,’ Walker said.

DailyMail.com has reached out to Pfizer for comment.

Big Pharma in general and Pfizer in particular have extreme influence over corporate media. They were able to have an article about them disappear almost instantly from a publication that generally doesn’t censor. That should worry us all.

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