The Gateway pundit Dr. Anthony Fauci reports on the cruel and sick treatment of dogs by the National Institutes of Health.
Documents shared with TGP uncovered a $375,800 grant sent to a Tunisian lab to infect beagles with the parasite. Beagles are often used in experiments because of their gentle nature.
One of the tortures the beagles were subjected to was sticking their heads in a mesh cage filled with infected sand flies so that the parasite-carrying insects could eat them alive.
While “factcheckers” tried to cover up Fauci’s denial of funding, The Gateway Scholar’s Cassandra Fairbanks reports, “Now, thanks to a FOIA request from White Coat West, we have obtained NIAID-approved grant applications that confirm its public statements to the contrary. And denial, the company actually funded an experiment where sleeping dogs were placed in cages filled with sand flies.”
“Dogs will be anesthetized by subcutaneous injection of 200 μI ketamine (10 mg/ml) (Merial, Lyon, France) and 15 to 30 female P. perniciosus per cage for 2 hours.”
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“The documents also describe outdoor testing that NIAID has agreed to fund, stating, “Dogs will be exposed to sand fly bites every night during sand fly season to confirm infection. After exposure, dogs will be housed in kennels and monitored for disease development by measuring a variety of clinical and laboratory parameters (such as weight loss, cachexia, hepatosplenomegaly and anemia…)”
In a cute story, two rescued beagle puppies will attend the Bowl.
The donation funded a study published last month that detailed the horrors inflicted on the unfortunate dogs.
2 beagles rescued from a VA breeding facility — which sold the beagle pups to Dr. Fauci at the NIH for cruel and barbaric experiments — will compete this year. #papibowl
Alison was just 4 weeks old when her mother and her 6 siblings were rescued, and Briscoe was part of a group of 17. pic.twitter.com/4XcdPSd8TD
– Mona Salama (@monasalama_) February 7, 2023