WCW Exposé: Glenn Beck’s “Socialized Science”

02 April 2015 | Blog



MUST WATCH: from Executive Producer Glenn Beck of The Blaze, the White Coat Waste Project’s groundbreaking new exposé on For The Record has launched against the $12 billion annual forced taxpayer-funded animal experimentation budget. And the issue is uniting conservatives and liberals in Washington.

Just in time for tax week, here’s the full episode of “Socialized Science: The Animal Testing Debate” featuring the Anthony Bellotti of White Coat Waste Project, Dr. Robert Coleman, Dr. Steve Kaufman, Congressman Tom Marino, and a big government lobbyist who supports increased spending on taxpayer-funded animal experimentation.[/vc_column_text]

We’ll keep you up to date on this breaking investigation.

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Blog Comments

Thanks for writing such an eaetsyo-undsr-tand article on this topic.

Stop hurting these animals now ,im sick of seeing such barbaric pratice use murderers instead..What is wrong with u people?This is sick and down right evil..Enough is Enough

You said it!

Stop using animals for experiments. It is useless, wasteful and most of all ANIMAL ABUSE.
SHUT IT DOWN. It is sickening and disgusting. You are wasting taxpayers money and putting animals through torture. This needs to stop now. Thank you.

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