South Carolina’s Island Of Rhesus Monkeys: NIAID’s Source for ‘Excruciating Experiments’

Taxpayer-funded experiments have been on a raised level of investigations in the past 2 years.

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A group that investigated such experiments connected with animal abuse has disclosed a document exposing and proving the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) “excruciating experiments” on rhesus monkeys.

The monkeys are owned by the NIAID, captured and taken away from Morgan Island off the coast of Beaufort, South Carolina.

“Justin Goodman, vice president of advocacy and public policy for the White Coat Waste Project (WCWP), told The Epoch Times that the nonprofit taxpayer watchdog group obtained the document in October through the Freedom of Information Act, revealing that the NIAID has spent $13.5 million in taxpayer funding on experiments that involve injecting monkeys with various infectious diseases such as Ebola and the Lassa virus that result in hemorrhaging, pain, brain damage, loss of motor control, and organ failure,” the Epoch Times reported.

“In many of these experiments, Fauci and staff intentionally withhold pain relief, even though these are some of the most excruciating experiments in the federal government,” Goodman said.

Fauci is the Director, as you might already know.

“NIAID’s experiments on beagles that involved having sandflies eat the dogs alive, as well as experiments that involved force-feeding 44 beagle puppies an experimental drug before killing and dissecting them.”

Further down in the report it is stated that “the Department of Health and Human Services has given Charles River Laboratories $13.5 million out of a potential award amount of $27.5 million since 2018 to breed and maintain the monkeys.”

NIAID paid $8.9 million of that $13.5 million.

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