Fauci’s Lies, Research Ethics, and Animal Cruelty on Display

Dr. Anthony Fauci has faced significant scrutiny for allegedly misleading the public and Congress on various critical issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic and medical research ethics. Notably, Fauci has been accused of lying under oath about several pivotal matters: the alleged $350 million in payments to NIH scientists for mRNA vaccine technology, the origins of the COVID-19 virus, and the NIH’s funding of gain-of-function (GoF) research on bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Firstly, the alleged $350 million in payments to NIH scientists has raised concerns about potential conflicts of interest and transparency in developing and promoting mRNA vaccines. Critics argue that these undisclosed financial incentives could have influenced the promotion and widespread use of the mRNA technology, which became a cornerstone of the global vaccination strategy against COVID-19.

Regarding the origins of COVID-19, Fauci has been accused of providing conflicting statements about his knowledge and the potential lab origins of the virus. Initially, Fauci dismissed the lab leak theory as highly unlikely. Still, subsequent investigations and revelations suggested that he might have been aware of the possibility of a lab origin earlier than he publicly acknowledged. This discrepancy has fueled accusations that Fauci was not forthcoming with critical information.

Furthermore, Fauci has been implicated in the NIH’s funding of GoF research, which involves manipulating viruses to study their potential to cause pandemics. Reports have surfaced suggesting that the NIH, under Fauci’s leadership, funded research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that involved modifying bat coronaviruses. This research is now under intense scrutiny as a possible source of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Fauci’s role in approving and overseeing this funding has come under fire.

In addition to these controversies, Fauci has faced backlash for his involvement in animal research, particularly experiments involving beagles. Reports have surfaced detailing how beagles were subjected to severe and often lethal experiments under NIH-funded projects. This revelation has drawn parallels to Fauci’s broader handling of mRNA vaccine technology, with critics accusing him of ethical lapses and inhumane practices.

The recent case of Inotiv, a medical research company fined $35 million for the mistreatment of over 4,000 beagles, underscores the broader issue of unethical treatment in scientific research. Inotiv’s subsidiary, Envigo RMS LLC, was found guilty of violating the Animal Welfare Act and the Clean Water Act. The appalling conditions in which the beagles were kept—dehydrated, underfed, and injured—echo concerns about the ethical standards of federally funded research.

These controversies collectively paint a troubling picture of potential ethical breaches and lack of transparency in scientific research and public health policies under Fauci’s tenure. The allegations of lying under oath, funding controversial research, and overseeing unethical animal experiments have significantly tarnished Fauci’s reputation and raised serious questions about accountability and ethics in medical research.

Check it out:

To support our journalism:

Ben Bergquam's Updates

Sign up today to get updates from Ben from Frontline America and Real America's Voice. Ben writes every email personally. Don't miss out!

This will close in 0 seconds