FOIA disclosure: Fauci conducted inhumane tests on dogs, NIAID wasted $424k of taxpayer funds to infest healthy dogs with parasites

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Kevin Dietsch/Pool via AP)

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UPDATED 3:43 PM PT – Sunday, August 8, 2021

A Freedom of Information disclosure has found Anthony Fauci used U.S. taxpayer money to conduct inhumane experiments on dogs. Documents obtained by the White Coat Waste Project showed Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases spent $424,000 to infest healthy beagles with flies that carried dangerous parasites.

Fauci’s experiments reportedly resulted in several dogs being infected by the parasites as well as euthanized blood collection. Multiple dogs were bitten to death by those flies.

NIAID claimed those experiments were carried out to test the effectiveness of anti-parasitic drugs, despite ethical concerns. The few dogs that survived Fauci’s tests were later disposed of.

“The NIH website says they choose beagles because they’re small and docile, means they are easy to abuse,” explained Justin Goodman of White Coat Waste Project. “They took these 28 healthy beagles, infected them with with parasites by, as they’ve done in the past, strapping devices that allow them to eat them alive basically, give them parasites and then they killed the dogs at the end of the study.”

Several federal agencies have allegedly moved away from experimenting products on dogs, but Fauci’s project seemed to have proceeded in a different way.

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