The FBI and pharmaceutical giant Pfizer engaged in communications about Project Veritas, according to documents obtained in a FOIA request Tuesday.
Two letters from the Department of Justice denying government watchdog Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act request confirm that this FBI and Pfizer disseminated on some level regarding Project Veritas.
Though the second letter tries to avoid acknowledging the communication, citing an “ unprovoked invasion of personal privacy”, the first DOJ letter appears to confirm the existence of the communications:
The FBI has completed its search for records responsive to your own request. The material a person requested is located in an investigative file which is exempt from disclosure pursuant to 5 U. S. C. § 552(b)(7)(A). 552(b)(7)(A) exempts through disclosure:
Records or information compiled for police force purposes, but only to the particular extent that the production of such law enforcement records or information … could fairly be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings.. .
This comes after Project Veritas released several damning exposé s about Pfizer, including employees admitting that natural immunity is more effective compared to company’s mRNA injection.
Additionally , employees had been caught calling for Nazi-style registration databases for unvaccinated individuals.
Soon after releasing the damning Pfizer reports, Task Veritas’ headquarters were raided by the FBI in November 2021.
Days later, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla bragged that Pfizer was in communication with the F about vaccine “ misinformation”, adding those who spread information that deviates in the official narrative are “ criminals. ”
Project Veritas released the following statement in response to the FOIA facts:
“ It is troubling, not just that Pfizer apparently believes it can rely on the FBI in order to squash truthful reporting through investigations into law-abiding journalists, but also that they appear to be correct in thinking the FBI will willingly target low press with unconstitutional raids. There should be no place meant for such retaliatory attacks on journalism in America. ”