FAUCI UNDER FIRE: Following WCW Investigation, Senator Rand Paul & Colleagues Demand Answers on #BEAGLEGATE

Posted by Amanda Nieves
29 October 2021 | Blog


Rep. Nancy Mace’s bipartisan letter to Dr. Fauci, demanding information on NIAID’s wasteful and cruel experiments on beagle puppies, was the shot heard round the world.

Our blockbuster #BeagleGate investigation and campaign unleashed an avalanche of public outcry:

Now other lawmakers, led by Senator Rand Paul, are demanding Dr. Fauci answer questions about his NIH division’s horrific beagle tests.

On October 29, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) — along with Senators Roger Marshall, Tom Cotton, Marco Rubio, Mike Braun, and Susan Collins — pressed Fauci even further:

Senator Paul’s letter is the third Congressional letter sent to Fauci in the past nine days. On October 26, Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) sent his own query.

The weather may be cooling down, but with inquiries from both chambers of Congress, and WCW revealing yet another Fauci-approved horror show, Dr. Fauci is feeling the heat…just in time for Halloween:

You know our motto:

Remember: when the money stops, the killing stops.
Every day, we’re getting closer — but we still need your help.

Visit DogsAgainstFauci.org, and tell Congress to defund Fauci’s beagle experiments and retire the survivors!

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