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Bipartisan legislators demand answers from Fauci on 'cruel' puppy experiments

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"Our investigators show that Fauci’s NIH division shipped part of a $375,800 grant to a lab in Tunisia to drug beagles and lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so that the insects could eat them alive,"

The same kind of warped mind that would come up with this and call it an experiment is the same kind of warped mind that would fund it, and likely the same kind of warped mind that, you know,  would mandate experimental drugs on the worlds population just to see what happens. 

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That's sick!

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…..To eliminate incessant barking, the beagle puppies also had their vocal cords removed……

……“They also locked beagles alone in cages in the desert overnight for nine consecutive nights to use them as bait to attract infectious sand flies.”

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/10/23/report-faucis-nih-division-partially-funded-insects-eating-beagles-alive/

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2 hours ago, el midgetron said:

Fauci and company are not funding research they are funding monsters, if you read the 12 key traits common in serial killers and have listen to him on news shows, being questioned in Congress etc... it seems he has most all of those traits. 

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Good to see you raising your voices on this issue now.  When people (mostly hippies and lefties)  were trying to end monkey and primate experimentation in the US primate centers  (2015) it would have been good to have more support. It is great you have  become aware of the issue.  Maybe you can maintain enough interest to help stop some of the worst  stuff still going on  in the US. 

https://www.humanesociety.org/resources/animals-used-experiments-faq#many

Which kinds of animals are used in experiments?

Animals used in experiments include baboons, catscowsdogs, ferrets, fish, frogs, guinea pigshamstershorses, llamas, micemonkeys (such as marmosets and macaques), owls, pigs, quail, rabbitsrats and sheep.

Chimpanzees have thankfully not been subjected to invasive experiments in the U.S. since 2015, when federal decisions were made to prevent their use. Despite this, hundreds of chimpanzees are still languishing in laboratories while they wait to be moved into sanctuaries.

 

  • Dogs have their hearts, lungs or kidneys deliberately damaged or removed to study how experimental substances might affect human organ function.  
  • Monkeys are taken from their mothers as infants to study how extreme stress might affect human behavior.
  • Mice are given doses of a chemical (such as an ingredient in perfume or glass cleaner) until half of the group of mice die—in a test called LD50 (lethal dose 50%)—to study how harmful the chemical might be to humans.
  • Cats have their spinal cords damaged and are forced to run on treadmills to study how nerve activity might affect human limb movement.
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12 minutes ago, Tatetopa said:

Good to see you raising your voices on this issue now.  When people (mostly hippies and lefties)  were trying to end monkey and primate experimentation in the US primate centers  (2015) it would have been good to have more support. It is great you have  become aware of the issue.  Maybe you can maintain enough interest to help stop some of the worst  stuff still going on  in the US

What makes you think "they" haven't been vocal and still aren't?

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Wait until you find out who his latest test subjects are.

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@Tatetopa

I’ve sporadically during my life heard about such things but assumed those cruelties had been relegated to the past in the US. I think It’s an issue of media coverage. You might notice that when people hear about this stuff, they post about it,

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5 hours ago, Michelle said:

What makes you think "they" haven't been vocal and still aren't?

Because at that time, there were a pretty small number of people. I don't think it was left or right, Republican or Democrat, just people that were uncomfortable about what seemed like torturing animals and a whole lot of people supporting it  saying it was necessary or only snowflakes cared about it, and definitely not much interest from Congress before 2020...  There can always be more voices raised on this and maybe this is one issue that is not bound by sides. It is not over. yet   I can understand that  a pig kidney can be transferred into a dying human to  keep them alive, I just don't like causing pain to see what happens.  It wasn't until 2019-2020 that some of this stuff came up in Congress.  So I'd say I'm glad it's here, but it's been a long time coming.

NIH, VA, and a couple of government agencies still do animal research.  This is happening right here in the US. The 2020 budget put in some restrictions, but less than were  originally proposed.  As you might imagine China and some other countries have far less restraint.  And that may  be a reason as to why  NIC wants to fund research in other countries.

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Here in Iowa, the Republicans passed the "Ag-Gag" law to criminalize people reporting animal cruelty.  The latest was ruled unconstitutional back in January but is still in courts: Eighth Circuit Upholds Part of Iowa “Ag Gag” Law – Animal Law Developments (duanemorris.com)

Animal cruelty continues and is sanctioned by the powers that be.  Can't cut into the bottom line of businesses like puppy mills, cattle, dairy, pork, chicken, turkey, etc.

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...How did you THINK Animal testing worked? Of course it's ugly, nasty, and heartaching, but...it's the only way to really ensure some products and drugs are safe. 

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3 hours ago, Autochthon1990 said:

..How did you THINK Animal testing worked? Of course it's ugly, nasty, and heartaching, but...it's the only way to really ensure some products and drugs are safe. 

It has been, but necessity is decreasing rapidly.  Lab tissue cultures, organs, and cell simulators  are becoming capable of yielding test results.

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5 hours ago, Autochthon1990 said:

...How did you THINK Animal testing worked? Of course it's ugly, nasty, and heartaching, but...it's the only way to really ensure some products and drugs are safe. 

It’s not, actually. The only way to know if a product is safe for humans is human trials. You’ll note, for example, dogs can be bitten by certain snakes and survive, based on “evidence from that experiment” a human could survive a similar bite. It’s lethal to us. 
Based on animal experiments Chocolate is a dangerous, potentially lethal, substance. 

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent millions in taxpayer dollars conducting psychological torture experiments on primates — news which has resurfaced following the revelation that Dr. Anthony Fauci’s NIH division partially funded experiments allowing hungry insects to eat dogs alive.

n December 2019, White Coat Waste Project (WCW) sued the National Institutes of Health (NIH) after it refused to release videos and other materials related to wasteful and bizarre psychological experiments on primates that have cost taxpayers nearly $100 million just since 2007,” the video’s chyron reads, adding that some of the experiments have been “continuously funded for over 40 years.”

Never-before-seen videos released to WCW depict distraught monkeys chained by the neck in tiny cages being tormented with rubber spiders and mechanical snakes, objects the primates instinctively fear, just to observe their reactions. NIH “white coats” sucked out parts of these monkeys’ brains or destroyed them with toxic acid to intentionally worsen the primates’ fear. In the video, a callous NIH “white coat” can be heard joking, “Where the hell is the dancing monkey?,” after one of the tests on the terrified monkeys ends.

 

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/10/25/anthony-faucis-freakshow-nih-conducted-psychological-torture-experiments-on-monkeys/

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The same treatment needs to be applied to all involved. If Fauci really is aware of the torture, I'll spring for his head cage myself. Never had a problem with him despite Americans hating on him before, this however is sub human behaviour. It's honestly hard to believe he was aware of what was going on. If he did know, he should be packing up his desk right now.

Everyone involved should be named shamed and jailed. Most dogs are better than most people. 

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