Bipartisan lawmakers ask Dr. Anthony Fauci to answer for alleged dog experiments

They denounce alleged experiments with beagle dogs, like the ones in the photo.

They denounce alleged experiments with beagle dogs, like the ones in the photo.

Photo: Ari Perilstein / Hallmark Hall of Fame / Getty Images

A letter from bipartisan lawmakers demanded responses from the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the president’s top medical adviser. Biden, the Dr. Anthony Fauci, about alleged laboratory tests with puppies of dogs to test a drug, reported The Hill.

The letter dated October 21, which was published in Twitter on the Republican congresswoman’s bill Nancy mace and is signed by 23 legislators, the majority of whom are Republicans, and directs the Dr. Fauci a series of questions they want you to answer before November 19, related to allegations from The White Coat Waste Project involving drugged dog puppies during alleged drug experiments, according ton Newsweek.

The White Coat Waste Project, the nonprofit that previously noted that American taxpayers were being used to fund the controversial Wuhan Institute of Virology, has now set its sights on the Dr. Anthony Fauci in a matter related to laboratory tests with pets: They claim they have proof that dozens of beagle dogs have been infected with disease-causing parasites to test an experimental drug on them.

White Coat Waste stated on his blog that 44 beagle puppies were used in a laboratory in Tunisia, North Africa, and that some of the dogs had their vocal cords removed, supposedly so that scientists could work without having to hear incessant barking.

“Our investigators show that Fauci’s NHI division sent part of a $ 375,800 grant to a laboratory in Tunisia for drug beagles and locked their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so the insects could eat them. Alive, ”White Coat Waste told The Hill. “They also locked the beagles alone in cages in the desert for nine consecutive nights to use as bait to attract infectious sand flies.”

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) did not respond to a request for comment from The Hill.


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