PETA to the Rescue as Someone from the Left Finally Calls for Fauci’s Resignation

Tucker Carlson talked with with PETA senior vice president Kathy Guillermo, who has called for the resignation of Dr. Anthony Fauci following information that he led horrific taxpayer funded experiments against animals.

Tucker share that the nonprofit organization Whitecoat Waste Profit has just found that a lab in North Africa infected dozens of beagles with disease causing parasites. The research was funded by Anthony Fauci’s NIH which sent a $375,000 grant to the lab.

Some of that money went to drugging the dogs, locking their heads in mesh cages full of hungry sand flies, insects that could eat them alive.

Carlson called the projects “disgusting.”

The PETA leader said, “There is not reason for the disgrace that this experiment is and unfortunately, it is just the tip of the iceberg of what is going on at NIH. NIH buys thousands of dogs, they subject them to experiments that only Freddy Krueger could think up and all of this  has to change.”

The good news is that NIH director Francis Collins has since announced his resignation. But that’s not enough. Fauci needs to leave as well in an effort to hold the organization accountable for this inhuman treatment of animals.

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