The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), both US government bodies, have been involved in sickening scientific experiments with beagle dogs whose chords were cut, with the poor animals allegedly left to be literally eaten alive by sandflies.

It’s not just mask and vaccine mandates, it’s more cruelty by Fauci

It should be noted that NIAID has been run for the past 37 years by no other than the infamous Dr. Athony Fauci, the White House chief medical adviser on COVID-19, who is also alleged to have been involved in the funding of gain-of-function research into bat coronaviruses with funding for the Chinese state-owned Wuhan Institute of Virology – which may be how the current pandemic started.

Keep in mind that all funding from NAIAD and NIH is the money of the American taxpayers, your money, which makes its disbursement for deranged and disgusting experiments and research all the more shocking.

The NAIAD’s involvement in sickening experiments with beagle dogs has been exposed after in September the White Coat Waste Project group uniting over 2 million “liberty- and animal-lovers” published images of beagle dogs left to be eaten by sandflies in labs in Tunisia.

The group says more than $20 billion in US taxpayer money is squandered every year on cruel experiments with “dogs, cats, monkeys, and other animals.”

A group of 24 members of Congress led by GOP Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina, has thus come forward to demand that Fauci give answers about the “cruel” beagle dog experiments which are also a “reprehensible misuse of taxpayer funds”.

In their letter, the 24 US lawmakers say that documents revealed under the Freedom of Information Act by the White Coat Waste Project show that NIAID paid $1.86 million in taxpayer money for drug tests on 44 beagle puppies between October 2018 and February 2019.

NIAID’s parent institution, the National Institutes of Health, defended itself by claiming that the images of puppies being eaten alive by sandflies aren’t from the experiments that it funded.

Of course, they are not!

How can they be, plus Fauci’s reputation is so impeccable that we can never imagine he’s capable of something like that.

It lists us as a funding source but ‘mistakenly’

NIH told The Daily Mail that the photos showing beagle puppies with their heads in netting so as to be attacked by sandflies during the research of the leishmaniasis parasitic disease transmitted by those same flies didn’t come from the experiments that it funded with US taxpayer money.

NIH then ludicrously admitted that it did do research on dogs for leishmaniasis and that it was done in 2016 in both a laboratory and an “enclosed open space in Tunisia.”

However, that is not the research shown in the photographs.

Instead, NIH claimed that the photos in question came from a manuscript published in the journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases in July 2021.

NIH alleged further that the manuscript in question cited funding by the NIAID “mistakenly” as the NAIAD didn’t actually fund the research in question.

Wow… with so many allegations of dubious nature, do you choose to believe Fauci and Co?

A spokesman for NIH did, however, confirm that “some” of the beagles in the research that it funded saw the cutting off of their vocal cords but claimed that this is a common practice in scientific settings to reduce noise which is stressful to animals and can cause hearing loss in humans.

Just more “WOW!”

Sure, noise is stressful to animals.

What’s also stressful is leaving them to be eaten alive by sandflies.

It also should be stressful claiming you didn’t fund research that lists you as a source of funding.

Or maybe it isn’t.

Because with the kinds of morals that Anthony Fauci has exhibited so far – and which may well turn out to be linked to the start of the COVID pandemic – you can be sure that these folks have no remorse and wouldn’t worry about exposing puppies to horrible deaths by sandfly bites.

Plus, don’t forget that they are paying for this with your tax dollars.