Lawmakers demand answers from Fauci after allegations of severe puppy experiences surfaced; PETA requests resignations – Published Reporter®
WASHINGTON, DC – Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle are demanding answers from Dr. Anthony Fauci after reports surfaced last week Claiming that the puppies were victims of harsh experiences Commissioned by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the governmental organization Fauci chairs.
The allegations against Fauci first came from the White Coat Waste Project – an anti-animal experiment group – that claimed conducted by NIAID ‘brutal and extravagant’ experiments On beagles in labs in Africa, California, Georgia and Maryland, all while using taxpayer money.
A group of 23 House Democrats and Republicans sent a letter Friday to both President Joe Biden and the NIAID to share any information they had regarding allegations of parasites in 44 young dogs for testing of an experimental drug.
The message was too Posted on Twitter by one of its authors and signatories, Representative Nancy Mays (R-South Carolina).
Yesterday, I sent a letter to Dr. Fauci regarding the harsh taxpayer-funded experiments on puppies; Miss tweeted. “I thank my fellow Democrats and 23 Republicans who signed up. This is disgusting. What am I telling you, NIH”
The letter expresses the collective concern of the bipartisan group of lawmakers, noting that bills obtained through the Freedom of Information Act indicate that umbilical cord resections were performed on dogs, some as young as six months old.
“We write with great concern about reports of costly, cruel, and unnecessary taxpayer-funded trials in dogs commissioned by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases,” the letter said. “As you probably know, umbilical cord resection, also known as ‘cannulation’, involves separating a dog’s vocal cords in order to prevent them from barking, howling, or crying.”
In addition to requests for answers by lawmakers, PETA has denounced Fauci and the NIAID, calling on him to step down as the organization’s director.
“Yes, I think everyone who currently heads an NIH agency should resign,” PETA Vice President Cathy Guillermo said. during an interview.