EVIL: Fauci-run NIAID funded animal testing on beagles, Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene reveals
06/17/2024 // Belle Carter // Views

During a congressional hearing last week, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) took a detour from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and confronted former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci on the "disgusting and evil" animal testing of dogs.

"I want you to know Americans don't pay their taxes for animals to be tortured like this," the congresswoman told Fauci as she held up a photo of two beagle test subjects. "As a dog lover, I want to tell you that this is disgusting and evil, what you signed off on. The type of science you are representing, Mr. Fauci, is abhorrent and it needs to stop."

The said testing that used beagles as guinea pigs has been widely reported to be funded by NIAID under the National Institutes of Health (NIH), following a 2021 investigation series by the group White Coat Waste Project, a taxpayer watchdog group. "We should be recommending you to be prosecuted," Greene told Fauci. "We should be writing a criminal referral because you should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity. You belong in prison. That man does not deserve to have a license. It should be revoked and he belongs in prison."

The NIAID denied financing the experiment and the study's publisher issued a correction amid a firestorm of public attacks on the health agency and Fauci which, as demonstrated through Greene's remarks on Monday, continues today.

According to White Coat Waste, American taxpayers had paid $375,000 for experiments in Tunisia, where beagles six to eight months old obtained from the kennels of the Pasteur Institute of Tunis were bitten again and again by sandflies that were deprived of food for 24 hours. In one test, beagles were drugged and locked in cages. In another, dogs were stuck in cages outside overnight and used as fly bait. This exposure took place as part of research into zoonotic visceral leishmaniasis (ZVL), a disease carried by sand flies that can affect dogs and humans.

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The Washington Post came to Fauci's defense and debunked Greene's assertion. "When we first saw Greene hold up the photo, we figured this would be easy to debunk – another in a string of misleading attacks against Fauci, who became the public face of the government’s response to the pandemic," the media outlet claimed.

The author claims to have cited NIAID WRONGLY as a sponsor of the "BeagleGate" study

Back in October 2021, ZeroHedge wrote a chilling article on the White Coat Waste report. CNN then asked Fauci to appear for an interview and one of his staff members suggested late on Oct. 24 that Fauci pause any TV interviews "until we get a handle on this." The next morning, Fauci emailed 12 officials and asked them to "tell what grant or contract they are referring to." Within two hours, one replied that they might have identified the grant.

"Let us find out for sure if it is that grant and then let us take a look at what the experimental design is and importantly whether it has received the appropriate ethical and animal care consideration," Fauci replied in an email. "I want this done right away since we are getting bombarded by protests."

After another two hours, Abhay Satoskar, a professor of pathology and microbiology at Ohio State University and one of the researchers, emailed to say that NIAID had been mistakenly cited as a funder of the study and that he would seek a correction from the journal. Satoskar stated that it was "mistakenly cited because he was not clear of the true purpose of U.S. funding acknowledgment" and that the program in question had been funded only by the Pasteur Institute.

Satoskar, meanwhile asked the editor of the journal Shaden Kamhawi to correct the article. Kamhawi initially agreed but noted internally that she may have a conflict of interest as a NIAID employee. She then sent an email in a panic over the ZeroHedge article potentially inviting "a lot of noise and unwanted attention for Fauci. They also called us an illegitimate blog of no credibility," Kamhawi said.

When the story broke in 2021, the NIH scrubbed it from its database and then fed WaPo disinformation. In Nov. 2021, WaPo published an article saying that "the trapped-beagles study does not appear in a database of NIH-funded projects." The agency also insisted that they funded a separate study in Tunisia that involved a vaccine. It also claimed that the controversial experiment involving sand flies was not funded by the government. However, internal NIH communications were found to have no independent proof, aside from the principal investigator's statement that it did not fund the study. (Related: DARK SECRETS: Musk’s company Neuralink HIDES photos of DEAD animal subjects used to test brain implants.)

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