White Coat Waste Project’s (WCW) newest investigation into the National Institutes of Health’s cruel and wasteful “coke hounds” experiments has gone viral. Taxpayers and Members of Congress across the political spectrum have spoken out about this (mis)use of public funds.
Creepy NIH alert: @WhiteCoatWaste sounds another alarm about beagle puppies used in more awful experiments. Purpose? “Fulfill burdensome & outdated FDA red tape,” critic says.@WashTimes https://t.co/xG5sZzpUj2
— Cheryl Wetzstein (@CWetzWashTms) February 3, 2022
Why are people so up in arms? We can’t say for certain, but it may be one of the following:
Or, most likely, the answer is:
Within minutes of releasing our investigation, people were talking about it:
Breaking: @WhiteCoatWaste‘s latest discovery exposes how the @NIH performed cocaine tests on #puppies to fulfill a red tape requirement by the FDA.@stillgray reports via @RebelNewsOnline:https://t.co/qZsS1v67dZ
— Sentient Media (@Sentient_Media) February 1, 2022
…and they were MAD.
The media was shocked, too:
The story even made the FRONT PAGE of the Washington Times:
Rep. Brendan Boyle and Rep. Nancy Mace’s bipartisan letter, demanding information on puppy cocaine experiments, generated its own press coverage, too:
As the story continued reverberating across America, WCW’s SVP Justin Goodman appeared on Jesse Watters Primetime to discuss the ‘coke hound’ experiments, as well as other taxpayer-funded boondoggles:
“So they seize narcotics from the cartels and then they just hand it over to #Fauci and he cuts up a few lines for some beagles?” 😂
— White Coat Waste Project 🥼🗑️ (@WhiteCoatWaste) February 5, 2022
And before long, other Members of Congress were weighing in:
Yet another cruel experiment the NIH wasted millions of taxpayer dollars on.
At least this one didn’t start a global pandemic.https://t.co/fktitfoJhf
— Congresswoman Tenney (@RepTenney) February 5, 2022
We think this sums it up concisely:
— Ghost Gunner Lizzy (@StarChamberMaid) January 31, 2022
Looks like the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the division of the NIH that conducted these tests, has a lot of explaining to do.
People are speaking out. And what happens when enough people speak out? Things change.
So what are you waiting for? Take action! Contact Congress and urge them to defund the NIH’s deadly cocaine experiments on puppies.