A Republican Senator is demanding answers from Anthony Fauci for one disgusting medical experiment he authorized

Dr. Fauci is guilty of lying to the American people on several occasions during the pandemic.

He even lied under oath to Congress about funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Lab.

And now a Republican Senator is demanding answers from Anthony Fauci for one disgusting medical experiment he authorized.

Fauci lies

Dr. Anthony Fauci spent the entire pandemic lying to the American people and flip-flopping back and forth on everything from lockdowns to mask mandates to the efficacy of the vaccine.

At the beginning of the pandemic, Dr. Fauci promised Americans it would only take “15 days to slow the spread” as his excuse for convincing them to accept a government-enforced lockdown.

Of course, “15 days to slow the spread” turned into more than two years of economy-crushing restrictions and freedom-destroying mandates for most Americans.

Dr. Fauci got caught admitting to a colleague over email that masks were not effective at preventing the spread of coronaviruses while at the same time demanding every American, including children, wear a mask at all times, even when outdoors.

Anthony Fauci even committed perjury, which is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison, when he told Rand Paul, under oath, that the National Institute of Health never funded dangerous gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Despite all this, Anthony Fauci still remains the highest-paid federal employee in the United States, even making more than President Joe Biden.

Fauci funds puppy torture

Americans were already disgusted by Fauci’s flipping back and forth on the issues and deliberately misleading the public in order to push his authoritarian agenda.

But they were horrified to learn that Anthony Fauci’s NIH funded — with U.S. taxpayer dollars — horrendous, cruel experiments on dogs and puppies.

In one experiment, the puppies were drugged, had their heads constrained, and then were eaten alive by flies.  

Some of them even had their vocal cords removed so they could not scream in pain.

Unfortunately, just like with his lying and flip-flopping during the pandemic, Fauci seemed to have also gotten off scot-free for using taxpayer dollars to fund sick experiments on dogs.

Iowa Senator Joni Ernst wants answers

In May, White Coat Waste Project, a watchdog group that oversees how taxpayer dollars are used for medical experiments, obtained a contract through a Freedom of Information Act request showing nearly $2 million being awarded to the NIAID for testing on puppies and other animals.

One test involved force feeding puppies an experimental allergy drug.

On Thursday, Iowa Republican Senator Joni Ernst sent a letter to Anthony Fauci demanding information on “invasive, painful, and potentially deadly” experiments on puppies as young as six months old under his watch.

“This taxpayer-funded dog testing commissioned by NIAID appears to be unnecessary,” Ernst wrote in her letter. “According to the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) documents, NIAID’s contractor proposed an alternative, non-dog animal model to replace dogs for at least some testing. Additionally, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has stated that, ‘The FDA does not mandate that human drugs be studied in dogs.’”

Ernst mentioned how Americans were disgusted last year when they found out about the horrific experiments on dogs.

“The last time taxpayers and lawmakers of both parties found out about Dr. Fauci’s horrific experiments on dogs, they were rightfully outraged,” Ernst told TheDCNF. “Cutting dogs’ vocal cords out, infesting the dogs with ticks, and placing dogs in cages with infectious sandflies were just some of those disgusting, federally-funded experiments.”

Ernst is demanding to know every detail about how Fauci’s NIAID plans to use the nearly $2 million in taxpayer dollars.

Americans have had enough of Dr. Fauci.

And if Senator Ernst finds out he was planning to fund more cruel experiments on puppies, he will likely be held accountable for it when Republicans take back Congress in November.

“Before we hand him another nearly $2 million, we need answers to basic questions about this exorbitant contract,” Ernst added.

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