Brook Jackson Pfizer case: It's government's order

In the website's frontpage:

In early 2020, when the Government declared COVID-19 a pandemic, I was working as the Director of Operations for a multi-state Site Management Organization. Two of the final projects that I was overseeing involved the testing of the cobas® SARS-CoV-2 and Abbott ID Now® RT-PCR technologies and early phase trials of remdesivir.  
On September 8, 2020, I accepted a new position as Regional Director with a company named Ventavia Research Group. My main responsibility was to oversee the conduct of Pfizer's Phase 3 Covid-19 mRNA "vaccine" trial at several locations in Texas. 

Part of my responsibility was to ensure the rights, safety, and welfare of the people volunteering to be in the study was protected, and that the information collected from each of them was supported by the highest data integrity standards.
In the 20 years that I have been involved in clinical research, I have never seen a study conducted by an investigative site, managed by a contractor, or overseen by a pharmaceutical sponsor that scared me, until then. What I documented and reported to my former employer and to Pfizer during an internal audit was dangerous and violated Federal law. I felt that I had a responsibility to make sure that the participants were protected and that the fraudulent data being collected in the study was not used in any safety and efficacy analysis. 

On September 25, 2020, I spoke to  an agent at the FDA, and within hours, I was fired.  That moment led me to where I am today; A whistleblower who's fighting to hold those accountable for the fraud I witnessed that's now impacted hundreds of millions of lives in the United States, as well as around the world.