Cullman County Republican Women host Pfizer ‘whistleblower’ Debbie Bernal

Left to right are Rebekah Belocher, Mary Snapp, Jo Ellen Swindel, Debbie Bernal, Eagle Forum President Kim Dimmock and Cathi Bradford (Tiffany McKoy)

CULLMAN, Ala. – The Cullman County Republican Women, along with Eagle Forum of Cullman, last week hosted professed “Pfizer whistleblower” Debbie Bernal.  

President of the Eagle Forum of Cullman, Kim Dimmock, said she was very excited Bernal was speaking at the meeting. 

Dimmock claims there has been growing concern among the community regarding the safety of the “rushed” COVID-19 vaccines. She said Bernal was a sales process expert and functional lead at Pfizer and worked with Project Veritas, a Conservative activism group, to release Pfizer information to the public. 

Bernal played a video that was released online in January of this year by Project Veritas. In it, Dr. Jordon Trishton Walker, a person who is named as Pfizer director of research and development, said Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, in his opinion, is “likely to cause infertility in women.” He also expressed concerns about the lack of long-term safety data for the vaccine and the potential risks associated with it. Walker further claimed that Pfizer had “manipulated adverse event data to downplay the side effects.” It is important to note that the video and the identity of Dr. Walker cannot be verified online.  

Bernal highlighted various concerns and controversies surrounding the company, and what she considers to be unethical practices. One of the key points Bernal emphasized was Pfizer’s role in the development and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. She raised concerns about the lack of transparency regarding the vaccine’s long-term effects. Bernal argued that Pfizer had not provided sufficient data or allowed independent researchers to thoroughly study the vaccine’s potential side effects, leaving many unanswered questions. 

She claimed Pfizer had documents proving it knew about myocarditis and pericarditis side effects. “For a while they’ve done studies, they’ve let their internal teams know about it and they’re aware of it and they were even trying to come up with potential mechanisms to resolve this or to do something about it,” Bernal explained.  

She addressed Pfizer’s lobbying efforts and its influence on government policies. She alleged that the company had a significant presence in Washington, D.C., and used its financial resources to shape legislation and regulations in its favor.  

“Why didn’t our doctors tell us about this? Why didn’t our doctors ask these questions? Why did they force your children? Well, the reason is Pfizer has a lot of influence. Pfizer owns a lot of companies,” Bernal stated. She claimed Pfizer donated significant amounts of money to various heart organizations, cancer organizations, hospitals and universities in 2021. 

As to why she decided to come forward, Bernal said it was when she realized “how much data Pfizer was hiding from the public.” 

“I did not know what to do. I sat there and thought about it for a moment, and I didn’t know if I could do anything because it’s just me against big pharma, me against this corporation, that owns literally every company out there.” She continued, “My other option was, I could try to do something about it and try to let other people know that they’re being lied to. So that’s what I chose to do.” 

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