Rand Paul slams Fauci for NIH funding for ‘lethal and unnecessary’ Beagle experiments

Its. rand paul Dr. Anthony Fauci On Monday, President Biden’s top medical adviser accused Beagle of funding “lethal and unnecessary” experiments.

The senator intensified his attacks on Fauci over the weekend, demanding that he be fired for ‘lack of judgment’ over his institute-funded research at the Wuhan laboratory in China, which is at the center of claims COVID-19 is a disease. Leaked from scientific facility.

On Monday he seized on reports that his National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases funded hundreds of thousands of dollars in experiments on dogs.

‘Doctor. Fauci’s division at the National Institutes of Health wasted more than $424,000 on lethal and unnecessary experiments on the Beagle. Thank you for exposing,’ he wrote on Twitter, using the hashtags #BeagleGate and #PaulsPups.

After promoting social distancing, mask-wearing and vaccinations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Fauci has become a hater to conservatives.

The latest opportunity for their attack was provided by White Coat Vest, a pressure group seeking to ban federally funded research on animals.

It cited documents obtained through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests as well as others publicly available, showing that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has $375,000 in a Tunisian research laboratory.

There, the pups’ heads were placed in cages, before being released for sand flies to eat live for research purposes.

Disturbing photos show puppies in muslin-type cages with their heads full of hungry insects.

Another procedure – funded by the NIH for an amount of $1.8m – saw 44 Beagle puppies undergo a ‘cordectomy’, in which their vocal cords were cut to stop barking.

A day earlier Paul said Fauci should be fired for his ‘lack of judgment’ as he claimed on Sunday that President Biden’s top medical adviser lied about the National Health-funded research institutes in Wuhan. told, China.

“She should be fired,” he told Axios on HBO.

‘It’s just a lack of judgment if nothing else, and I, you know, he’ll probably never admit he lied, he’ll continue to break down and try to work around the truth and massage the truth. Will try.

His outbreak is the most recent widespread in a month-long feud.

The latest twist came last week when the NIH acknowledged funding research on bat coronaviruses to test various spike proteins in the Wuhan lab at the heart of COVID-19 fundamentals.

It comes after Fauci testified before Congress on several occasions when US taxpayers never financed so-called ‘gain-of-function research’.

Sen. Rand Paul resumes his attacks on Anthony Fauci, demands that he be fired from Congress for ‘lying’ about whether US taxpayers funded gain-of-function research in Wuhan

Fauci, the country's top infectious disease expert, said Paul did not know what he was talking about.  'It's just not right,' he said

Fauci, the country’s top infectious disease expert, said Paul did not know what he was talking about. ‘It’s just not right,’ he said

The revelation came in a letter sent to Kentucky Congressman James Comer, in which NIH principal deputy director Lawrence A. Tabak referred to a ‘limited experiment’ that has been conducted to test whether ‘spike proteins from naturally occurring BAT coronaviruses are circulating inside. China were able to bind to the human ACE2 receptor in a mouse model in the Wuhan lab.

According to unpublished data, mice infected with modified bat virus became ‘sick’ compared to mice infected with unmodified bat virus, according to Tabak.

They wrote that the finding was an ‘unexpected result of research’ and that the viruses studied were ‘genetically very distant’ from the virus that causes COVID-19.

The result is how to define ‘benefit of work’.

Paul said, ‘In the letter they acknowledge that yes, the virus acted, they became more dangerous.

‘So they have created a virus that does not exist in nature and has become more dangerous. That is the benefit of the work.’

‘Now they try to justify it by saying that it was an unexpected result.

‘I’m not sure I buy it.

‘Think about it you take an unknown virus, you combine it with another virus and you get a super virus.

‘You don’t know whether it works or loses function, that’s what experimentation is, but I don’t know how one can argue that this function is not the benefit of research.’

The laboratory in Wuhan, China, is at the center of the theory that COVID-19 could have escaped from a laboratory rather than emerging naturally in the wild from a host species.

The laboratory in Wuhan, China, is at the center of the theory that COVID-19 could have escaped from a laboratory rather than emerging naturally in the wild from a host species.

Axios interviewer Mike Allen told Paul that Biden was unlikely to sack Fauci.

Paul said he would accept the investigation of gain-of-function research.

During an interview on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday, Fauci dismissed his interpretation of the research.

“The funding at the Wuhan Institute was able to determine what is in the environment in the bat virus in China,” he said.

‘And the research was very strictly what we call the kind of monitoring framework of research.

‘And under the conditions which we have explained very clearly, the work of concern does not constitute research of benefit.

‘There are people who interpret it that way, but when you look at the framework under which there is guidance, it is not.

‘So I have to respectfully disagree with Senator Paul. It is not right that we lied or misled the Congress.

‘This is not correct.’

He also said it was ‘molecularly impossible’ for the virus being studied to transform into COVID-19 because they were genetically very distant from each other.

On Monday, social media users called for Fauci’s arrest after his agency used taxpayer money to finance experiments on dogs.

The hashtag #ArrestFauci was trending Twitter Over the weekend, fueling outrage over experiments in which one saw beagles trapped in cages so that flies could eat them, and another where they were ‘debarked’ before being pumped with drugs and killed.

One of the most troubling incidents, funded by Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, involved $375,000 given to a Tunisian research laboratory.

There, the pups’ heads were placed in cages, before being released for sand flies to eat live for research purposes.

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