'I'm not stopping or giving up!': James O'Keefe brings Pfizer whistleblower to CPAC stage in first appearance since Project Veritas ousting

"To be a whistleblower is to step outside the great chain of being, to basically be disconnected from the mothership. That’s sort of like how I feel right now," said O’Keefe.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Speaking from CPAC on Saturday morning in his first public appearance since being ousted as Project Veritas CEO, James O’Keefe brought out the Pfizer whistleblower that allowed the viral series in February to happen.

Introducing the whistleblower, O’Keefe said "we need brave whistleblowers. We need people on the inside. There were people on the inside of Psizer who helped us obtain this."

"To be a whistleblower is to step outside the great chain of being, to basically be disconnected from the mothership. That’s sort of like how I feel right now," said O’Keefe.

"But I’ve learned a lot of things over the last month, having been ousted from the company I founded 13 years ago, mere days after the story. But as this was happening, I was talking to one of these people and she was a little reluctant to go public. Rightfully so, she was scared."

O’Keefe said that after the events of his ousting, he reconnected with the whistleblower, saying that she was targeted, "who was brought into a room, interrogated, who had a red van go to her home, harass her and her loved ones, who was scared for her life."

"Inspired by the series of events that have occurred over the last three weeks," the whistleblower "decided to go public with me on the stage right now," said O’Keefe, introducing to the crowd Debbie.

Debbie told the crowd that she was "a little reluctant to come at first," saying that she 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 ffear is not from the Lord," said Debbie.

"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."

Debbie said that O’Keefe "gave me the courage to come up here and I’m so thankful to have people here who are willing to listen and who are willing to stand up."

"I think we all need to learn to not be fearful," Debbie continued. "Fear is how the enemy controls us. The reason why our country is going the way it’s going is because of fear. People are willing to give up their freedom and their liberty to feel safe. We can’t do that. Freedom is not free."

Debbie continued on to say that freedom comes with a price, "and sometimes people like me have to make a sacrifice," being met with a cheer of "You’re a hero Debbie" from the crowd.

"I just want to tell all the people here in this room who are employed, if you guys work for big tech, media, a government agency, it’s your responsibility to stand up. Do not let these people keep getting away with this. If you don’t say something, they’re gonna keep doing it."

During O’Keefe’s speech, he outlined the Pfizer story, noting first the number of news shows that were sponsored by the pharmaceutical company.

O’Keefe thanked the "brave" and courageous Project Veritas journalists that helped make the story happen, in which Pfizer Director of Research and Development, Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning Jordon Trishton was seen in a number of undercover videos talking about the Covid-19 vaccine.

"Courage is the virtue that sustains all others, and without that you really can’t do journalism," he said.

Speaking on the confrontation video with Trishton, O’Keefe said, "his response is I’m literally a liar… it goes on, it gets weirder," noting the Pfizer employee filming the restaurant manager, mentioning that the Project Veritas journalists alongside O’Keefe are white to the police officers he was calling, locking the group in the restaurant, and blocking their vehicle as they try to leave once the restaurant is unlocked.

O’Keefe mentioned one of the "passionate" undercover journalists that was covering the confrontation, saying he had to "sort of drag her out of the restaurant…she’s like, let me go back in there."

At the conclusion of the speech, O'Keefe told the crowd, "I'm not stopping or giving up."

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