Now-fired Pfizer employee Melissa Strickler told LifeSiteNews that ‘the Lord’ helped her discover the chain of emails between Pfizer executives discussing how best to hide from the public the link that their COVID-19 vaccine has to abortion.
In an interview with LifeSiteNews, Pfizer whistleblower Melissa Strickler, a devout Christian, credited “the Lord” with helping her discover the damning emails between company executives regarding how they were going to cover-up the COVID-19 vaccine’s link to abortion.
“I stumbled across the information by accident,” Strickler told LifeSite. “But I would rather say a miracle.”
“When I found the information [that the vaccine was developed with aborted fetal cells] I thought the Lord wanted me to show it to my family, to convince them not to get [the shot],” she added.
After Stickler came across the emails between executives talking about how they did not want the public to know that the vaccine was made at the expense of an aborted child, Strickler wondered what her next steps were going to be.
Speaking about how she managed to garner the courage to blow the whistle on the pharmaceutical giant, Strickler explained that it was the witness of another whistleblower that made her realize she had a duty before God to come forward.
“[Project Veritas] also had a whistleblower shortly before me named Jodi,” Strickler stated.
“She ‘whistleblew’ against her hospital and she said she ‘fears God and not man,’” she continued. “Well, if I feel that way why am I not doing anything about it?”
Answering how the revelation that her employer of almost a decade was actively trying to suppress important information regarding the origin of the vaccine, Strickler stated that it was “deceitful” and likely done with the intention of making it harder for people to obtain “religious exemptions.”
“It’s wrong, in my opinion, to benefit from an abortion,” expressed Strickler.
“I don’t think God would want us doing those things,” she added. “But it goes so [much] deeper than that … they’re trying to get it to children.”
In the concluding aspects of Stickler’s bombshell interview with LifeSiteNews, she informed the world that the vaccines do indeed alter a person’s DNA, and she expressed her concerns about the similarities between the mass vaccination program and the Book of Revelation.
Citing that each one of us is “made in the image of God,” Strickler said, “I don’t want to mess with any of my DNA if I have a say in it,” especially considering, “Revelation 18 says ‘the whole world was deceived by sorcery, witchcraft, and magic spells’ and the root of that word [sorcery], the word in the Greek is ‘pharmakeia.’”