Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-25 14:26:58 –
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) — South Carolina Parliamentarian I wrote a letter To Dr. Anthony Fauci, along with other lawmakers who have expressed “grave” concerns about taxpayer-funded drug testing of Beagle puppies.
Congressman Nancy Mace (R-SC) wrote to Fauci on Friday, signed by 23 other MPs. Most of them are Republicans. Mace expressed concern about “costly” and “cruel” experiments on Beagle puppies, and in a social media post, 1.7 million to peel, administer and kill 44 puppies. Said the dollar was spent.
The White Garment Waste Project Organization requested documentation under Free Federal Law from October 2018 to February 2018.
According to a bipartisan letter, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has spent $ 1.68 million on drug testing of beagle dogs aged 6 to 8 months to fund taxpayers.
According to the letter, in the puppy test, experimental drugs were injected or force-fed before the puppies were killed and dissected.
One of the main concerns of the bipartisan letter was the invoice to NIAID, including “umbilical cord resection”. This is further described as “devoiced” and torn dog vocal cords, as opposed to the “rare exception” by the American Veterinary Association and the American Animal Hospital Association.
According to the letter, this is done to allow scientists to work without barking or crying from dogs, which is an abuse of taxpayer funds.
According to the document, the purpose of this study was “to provide adequate quality and integrity data to support applications to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).” The FDA recently said it “does not require dogs to study human drugs.”
According to the letter, this is not the first time NIAID has used a dog drug test in recent years.
Mace has created a list of questions to end the letter asking him to answer by November 19.
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