#Beaglegate Blows Up Thanks to Google’s Censorship

The world’s largest surveillance engine does its best to shield “America’s doctor” from criticism about his agency’s taxpayer-funded animal experiments, even when that criticism is 100 percent factual, and comes from his agency’s own paperwork.

White Coat Waste Project, a taxpayer watchdog, recently discovered through Freedom of Information Act requests that the good doctor is funding some not-so-good experiments on innocent dogs, and wasting a lot of taxpayer money in the process.

Among its many other painful and cruel animal experiments, NIAID is currently spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for beagles to be tortured, both domestically and internationally. These poor dogs—picked for lab experiments because of their sweet, docile nature—are presented as a feast for biting, infectious sand flies, which are strapped to their bodies in order to guarantee they will feed on the helpless beagles. Records obtained by WCW reveal that the dogs were “vocalizing in pain” during the experiment. In other recently exposed Fauci-funded tests, beagle puppies had their vocal cords cut out and were force fed and injected with an experimental drug, even though the Food and Drug Administration states that it doesn’t require testing on dogs.

Because taxpayers have a right to know how their money is being spent—or misspent—White Coat Waste Project wanted to spread the word, and purchased several ads on Google about this beagle boondoggle.

“Sunlight is the best disinfectant, but apparently, Google wants to keep Fauci and NIAID’s work deep in the shadows. Our ads were blocked, with no reason given. Then … Google indefinitely suspended our advertising account. Once again, no reason was given, a decision that journalist Zaid Jilani called ‘opaque’ and ‘trouble[some]…not only [for] advocates of free speech but also advocates for a competitive marketplace.’”

Story thanks to American Greatness

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