The Gateway Pundit reported on the cruel and sick treatment of dogs by the National Institutes of Health under Dr. Anthony Fauci’s leadership.
Documents shared with TGP uncovered a $375,800 grant sent to lab in Tunisia to infest beagles with parasites. Beagles are often Beagles are often used testing because of their gentle nature.
One of the tortures that the beagles were subjected to included locking their heads in mesh cages filled with infected sand flies so that the parasite-carrying insects could eat them alive.
Although “factcheckers” attempted to provide cover for Fauci by denying the funding, The Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks reported, “Now, thanks to a FOIA request from White Coat Waste, we have obtained the NIAID-approved grant application which confirms that, contrary to its public statement and denial, the agency did indeed fund an experiment in which sedated dogs were placed in cages full of sand flies.”
“Dogs will be anesthetized by subcutaneous injection of 200 μI of ketamine (10 mg/ml) (Merial, Lyon, France) and for 2 hours will be placed in a cage containing between 15 to 30 females P. perniciosus.”
“The documents also describe the outdoor experiment that NIAID admitted to funding, stating, “Dogs will be exposed to sand fly bites each night throughout the sandfly season to ensure transmission. Following exposure, dogs will be housed at the kennel and monitored for disease development by measuring a variety of clinical and laboratory parameters (e.g. weight loss, cachexia, hepatosplenomegaly and anemia…)”
In a beautiful story, two rescued beagles will take part in the Puppy Bowl.
The grant money funded a study published last month that detailed the horror inflicted upon the unlucky dogs.
2 Beagles that were rescued from VA breading facility — who sold beagle pups to Dr.Fauci NIH for cruel & barbaric experiments — will compete in this year #PuppyBowl
Allison was only 4wks old when her mom & her 6 siblings were rescued & Briscoe was part of a group of 17 rescued pic.twitter.com/4XcdPSd8TD
— Mona Salama (@MonaSalama_) February 7, 2023