Dr. Fauci’s Inbox Crashes Amid Complaints of NIH-Funded ‘Cruel’ Puppy Research

The outrage arose following the publication of an investigation detailing animal abuse by the institute headed by the presidential adviser

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The email of Anthony Fauci, the White House’s top infection expert, collapsed with messages of complaints about research revealing the use of puppies in scientific experiments.

“Got 3,600 phone calls in 36 hours, just as he and other Biden administration officials were preparing for the campaign to vaccinate young children.” This was reported by the Washington Post.

The situation followed the publication of an investigation by the White Coat Waste Project that showed how the National Institutes of Health (NIH), under Fauci’s control, funded organizations that injected and force-fed dogs with an experimental drug for several weeks before killing and dissecting them.

These dogs were subject to some of the cruelest treatment imaginable. In a procedure called a “cordectomy,” sometimes called “de-barking,” the puppies’ vocal cords were slashed,” explained White Coat Waste Project, a nonprofit organization.

It further added, “The helpless beagles are drugged, but this time, their heads were locked in mesh cages filled with hundreds of infected sand flies.”

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Upon publication, a bipartisan letter demanding answers from the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and President Biden’s chief medical advisor was reported.

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