Finally, a Silver Bullet for St. Fauci

 

@drbastiat very clearly outlined in his post “Why are we helping the Communist Chinese develop biological weapons” the diabolical nature of St. Fauci.  But despite this abomination of research, previously banned in the US, and exported and funded by the Fauc in China, the suburban prosecco-drinking housewives still adored the little man.

Well, perhaps no more.  We have evidence of something worse than a global pandemic, something that surely will cause the previously noted soccer moms’ upper lips to quiver in harmonic unison. Puppies. Puppies used for drug research. Cute little beagle puppies, injected daily with drugs. From the article: “The experiment involved injecting and force-feeding 44 beagle puppies between six and eight months old with an experimental drug for several weeks, before killing and dissecting them.”

Seriously, Governor Cuomo caused the death of thousands of seasoned citizens – an agonizing, horrible death, ventilated and isolated in their final days, and was never held accountable – until he kissed a woman on her cheek, and had a photo op with another with his hand around her waist. Quelle horreur!

Wait until the world hears about beagle puppy experiments. Fauci may have issued his last fatwa against people walking around outside maskless, or thinking they might enjoy a Christmas celebration with their own family.

If so, then the sacrifices of these puppies, as horrible as it was, will be worth it to free us from the tyranny of The Fauc.

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  1. 9thDistrictNeighbor Member
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    Well they got Al Capone for tax evasion so whatever works.

    I do recall reading about this a while back.  People forgot or memory-holed the story about Planned Parenthood selling baby parts.  That’s all part of the “science” Fauci and his ilk were pursuing, too.  But fear surely overrules puppies, so I don’t expect anything to change. 

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  2. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    9thDistrictNeighbor (View Comment):
    so I don’t expect anything to change. 

    I think there is a fair chance that the Fauc will be relegated out of his prominence. There is too much real stuff coming out, on his lies to Congress, his funding the research, his preposterous and very harmful lockdown requirements.  He needs to go, but without the powers admitting any of the above.  Puppies are powerful, and cute, cuter than St Fauc.  

    This may be the hook used to remove him. 

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  3. DonG (CAGW is a hoax) Coolidge
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    The picture helps set the level cruelty.   Science!!

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  4. DonG (CAGW is a hoax) Coolidge
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    Maybe it is the Halloween season, but this keeps floating around my mind.

    Political Cartoons - The best of Alexander Hunter - Dr. Fauci-stein -  Washington Times

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  5. Sandy Member
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     Gay men and the elderly dying horrible, lonely deaths, livelihoods destroyed, children sacrificed, suicides through the roof, recent victories of the Left–all tolerated, but not the puppies. I do believe there is more sympathy for puppies than for any of those groups, and it might work if there is enough publicity and lots of photographs, but that will be squelched as much as possible.  “Misinformation” you know.

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  6. kedavis Member
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    I seem to recall a similar story some time ago about muslim fanatics killing dogs/puppies and that was finally what got some people enraged.

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  7. Sandy Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    I seem to recall a similar story some time ago about muslim fanatics killing dogs/puppies and that was finally what got some people enraged.

    I think that the military dogs left behind in Afghanistan were a huge story for people across the board.

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  8. RushBabe49 Thatcher
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    Thanks, @nohaaj.  I bookmarked the original story, and will write about it at RushBabe49.com.  Maybe tomorrow, since I just put up a new Photo Challenge post, and I really don’t want my followers to see this gruesome story first.

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  9. kedavis Member
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    I thinking maybe a silver bullet for the Were-Fauci.

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  10. OmegaPaladin Moderator
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    Here’s the questions to ask – just how valuable is this research?   Could this research done effectively without the use of dogs?  Could it have been done with rodents or even with cultured cells?   

    Animal research, particularly toxicity research, is not a pretty sight.  However, if we want to know just how dangerous a chemical is to people, we need to test it on animals.  Any animal work needs to be approved by the Animal Care and Use Committee for the institution where work will be done.

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  11. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    OmegaPaladin (View Comment):

    Here’s the questions to ask – just how valuable is this research? Could this research done effectively without the use of dogs? Could it have been done with rodents or even with cultured cells?

    Animal research, particularly toxicity research, is not a pretty sight. However, if we want to know just how dangerous a chemical is to people, we need to test it on animals. Any animal work needs to be approved by the Animal Care and Use Committee for the institution where work will be done.

    no.

    This is not about how valuable animal research is.  

    It is about removing the Fauc from his position of Supreme Ruler of Our Lives. 

    He must go. 

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  12. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    Twitter agrees.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arrestfauci-trends-twitter-doctor-faces-criticism-controversial-virus-research-testing-dogs

     

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  13. Flicker Coolidge
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Twitter agrees.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arrestfauci-trends-twitter-doctor-faces-criticism-controversial-virus-research-testing-dogs

    I never would have believed it.  A few dogs are to many people more important than human lives.

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    Twitter agrees.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arrestfauci-trends-twitter-doctor-faces-criticism-controversial-virus-research-testing-dogs

    I never would have believed it. A few dogs are to many people more important than human lives.

    I give you Michael Vick.

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  15. kedavis Member
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Twitter agrees.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arrestfauci-trends-twitter-doctor-faces-criticism-controversial-virus-research-testing-dogs

    I never would have believed it. A few dogs are to many people more important than human lives.

    I give you Michael Vick.

    No thanks, you can keep him.

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  16. Flicker Coolidge
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Twitter agrees.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arrestfauci-trends-twitter-doctor-faces-criticism-controversial-virus-research-testing-dogs

    I never would have believed it. A few dogs are to many people more important than human lives.

    I give you Michael Vick.

    I had to read this three times and started to type before I realized you weren’t referring to John Wick, and was thinking, Can’t argue with that.

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  17. Flicker Coolidge
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    I just saw the Daily Mail article on this and I just can’t believe it.  Millions of people dead world-wide from Facui’s deadly genetics experiments and now all of a sudden America is up in arms, calling for his firing and imprisonment for killing a several dozens of puppies.  101 puppies to be precise.

    This is really real.  Could Facui go to prison for this?!

    From the Daily Mail:
    Bryan Dean Wright tweeted: ‘If you’re angry about how Fauci uses puppies, just wait until you hear how he uses COVID vaccines on healthy kids.’

    Could this raise awareness of the dangers of covid vaccines which he’s calling for babies as young as 6 months to get?

    Is this what America needs?  Puppies?!

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  18. kedavis Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    I just saw the Daily Mail article on this and I just can’t believe it. Millions of people dead world-wide from Facui’s deadly genetics experiments and now all of a sudden America is up in arms, calling for his firing and imprisonment for killing a several dozens of puppies. 101 puppies to be precise.

    This is really real. Could Facui go to prison for this?!

    From the Daily Mail:
    Bryan Dean Wright tweeted: ‘If you’re angry about how Fauci uses puppies, just wait until you hear how he uses COVID vaccines on healthy kids.’

    Could this raise awareness of the dangers of covid vaccines which he’s calling for babies as young as 6 months to get?

    Is this what America needs? Puppies?!

    It’s all part of my remembering each day, usually more than once per day, that most people have an IQ of 100 or less, by definition.

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  19. Flicker Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    I just saw the Daily Mail article on this and I just can’t believe it. Millions of people dead world-wide from Facui’s deadly genetics experiments and now all of a sudden America is up in arms, calling for his firing and imprisonment for killing a several dozens of puppies. 101 puppies to be precise.

    This is really real. Could Facui go to prison for this?!

    From the Daily Mail:
    Bryan Dean Wright tweeted: ‘If you’re angry about how Fauci uses puppies, just wait until you hear how he uses COVID vaccines on healthy kids.’

    Could this raise awareness of the dangers of covid vaccines which he’s calling for babies as young as 6 months to get?

    Is this what America needs? Puppies?!

    It’s all part of my remembering each day, usually more than once per day, that most people have an IQ of 100 or less, by definition.

    But humanity was able to collectively build civilizations and survive all this time.  Average intelligence is pretty darned smart.

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  20. kedavis Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    I just saw the Daily Mail article on this and I just can’t believe it. Millions of people dead world-wide from Facui’s deadly genetics experiments and now all of a sudden America is up in arms, calling for his firing and imprisonment for killing a several dozens of puppies. 101 puppies to be precise.

    This is really real. Could Facui go to prison for this?!

    From the Daily Mail:
    Bryan Dean Wright tweeted: ‘If you’re angry about how Fauci uses puppies, just wait until you hear how he uses COVID vaccines on healthy kids.’

    Could this raise awareness of the dangers of covid vaccines which he’s calling for babies as young as 6 months to get?

    Is this what America needs? Puppies?!

    It’s all part of my remembering each day, usually more than once per day, that most people have an IQ of 100 or less, by definition.

    But humanity was able to collectively build civilizations and survive all this time. Average intelligence is pretty darned smart.

    Average intelligence is smart enough to move rocks where the smarter people tell them to.

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  21. Flicker Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    I just saw the Daily Mail article on this and I just can’t believe it. Millions of people dead world-wide from Facui’s deadly genetics experiments and now all of a sudden America is up in arms, calling for his firing and imprisonment for killing a several dozens of puppies. 101 puppies to be precise.

    This is really real. Could Facui go to prison for this?!

    From the Daily Mail:
    Bryan Dean Wright tweeted: ‘If you’re angry about how Fauci uses puppies, just wait until you hear how he uses COVID vaccines on healthy kids.’

    Could this raise awareness of the dangers of covid vaccines which he’s calling for babies as young as 6 months to get?

    Is this what America needs? Puppies?!

    It’s all part of my remembering each day, usually more than once per day, that most people have an IQ of 100 or less, by definition.

    But humanity was able to collectively build civilizations and survive all this time. Average intelligence is pretty darned smart.

    Average intelligence is smart enough to move rocks where the smarter people tell them to.

    I think you underestimate human intelligence.

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  22. kedavis Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    I just saw the Daily Mail article on this and I just can’t believe it. Millions of people dead world-wide from Facui’s deadly genetics experiments and now all of a sudden America is up in arms, calling for his firing and imprisonment for killing a several dozens of puppies. 101 puppies to be precise.

    This is really real. Could Facui go to prison for this?!

    From the Daily Mail:
    Bryan Dean Wright tweeted: ‘If you’re angry about how Fauci uses puppies, just wait until you hear how he uses COVID vaccines on healthy kids.’

    Could this raise awareness of the dangers of covid vaccines which he’s calling for babies as young as 6 months to get?

    Is this what America needs? Puppies?!

    It’s all part of my remembering each day, usually more than once per day, that most people have an IQ of 100 or less, by definition.

    But humanity was able to collectively build civilizations and survive all this time. Average intelligence is pretty darned smart.

    Average intelligence is smart enough to move rocks where the smarter people tell them to.

    I think you underestimate human intelligence.

    There’s a difference between what Star Trek referred to as “stone knives and bear-skins” intelligence, and most of what we have now.  An average person might be able to drive a car from one place to another, but that’s nothing like the ability to design and build one.  And if there hadn’t been people smarter than average – including a LOT smarter than average – we wouldn’t have those things that average people can use.

    Another example:  some Native Americans in the Arizona area were smart enough to make canals to deliver water for irrigation in many places just by gravity-flow.  But they still wound up leaving the area because they didn’t think of pumps.

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  23. Flicker Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    I just saw the Daily Mail article on this and I just can’t believe it. Millions of people dead world-wide from Facui’s deadly genetics experiments and now all of a sudden America is up in arms, calling for his firing and imprisonment for killing a several dozens of puppies. 101 puppies to be precise.

    This is really real. Could Facui go to prison for this?!

    From the Daily Mail:
    Bryan Dean Wright tweeted: ‘If you’re angry about how Fauci uses puppies, just wait until you hear how he uses COVID vaccines on healthy kids.’

    Could this raise awareness of the dangers of covid vaccines which he’s calling for babies as young as 6 months to get?

    Is this what America needs? Puppies?!

    It’s all part of my remembering each day, usually more than once per day, that most people have an IQ of 100 or less, by definition.

    But humanity was able to collectively build civilizations and survive all this time. Average intelligence is pretty darned smart.

    Average intelligence is smart enough to move rocks where the smarter people tell them to.

    I think you underestimate human intelligence.

    There’s a difference between what Star Trek referred to as “stone knives and bear-skins” intelligence, and most of what we have now. An average person might be able to drive a car from one place to another, but that’s nothing like the ability to design and build one. And if there hadn’t been people smarter than average – including a LOT smarter than average – we wouldn’t have those things that average people can use.

    Another example: some Native Americans in the Arizona area were smart enough to make canals to deliver water for irrigation in many places just by gravity-flow. But they still wound up leaving the area because they didn’t think of pumps.

    The only abandoned city with directed and controlled water flow I’m aware of was in South America and and the people left the city because of a prolonged drought.

    But anyway, we’re not talking about bear skins and we’re not talking about designing a car (though we could be talking about building a car).  We’re talking about safely driving your family in a car.  And people with IQs of 80 can and do do that.

    We’re  specifically talking about people valuing a relatively few puppies above millions of dead people.  Americans can read on twitter or elsewhere about Facui’s lies, and say, Oh, well.  It’s fate.  But puppies?  It’s hang him.  That’s got nothing to do with intelligence, it has to do with selfishness, callousness, and an unhealthy alteration in people’s sense of humanity.  It’s a moral problem.

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  24. kedavis Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

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    Is this what America needs? Puppies?!

    It’s all part of my remembering each day, usually more than once per day, that most people have an IQ of 100 or less, by definition.

    But humanity was able to collectively build civilizations and survive all this time. Average intelligence is pretty darned smart.

    Average intelligence is smart enough to move rocks where the smarter people tell them to.

    I think you underestimate human intelligence.

    There’s a difference between what Star Trek referred to as “stone knives and bear-skins” intelligence, and most of what we have now. An average person might be able to drive a car from one place to another, but that’s nothing like the ability to design and build one. And if there hadn’t been people smarter than average – including a LOT smarter than average – we wouldn’t have those things that average people can use.

    Another example: some Native Americans in the Arizona area were smart enough to make canals to deliver water for irrigation in many places just by gravity-flow. But they still wound up leaving the area because they didn’t think of pumps.

    The only abandoned city with directed and controlled water flow I’m aware of was in South America and and the people left the city because of a prolonged drought.

    But anyway, we’re not talking about bear skins and we’re not talking about designing a car (though we could be talking about building a car). We’re talking about safely driving your family in a car. And people with IQs of 80 can and do do that.

    We’re specifically talking about people valuing a relatively few puppies above millions of dead people. Americans can read on twitter or elsewhere about Facui’s lies, and say, Oh, well. It’s fate. But puppies? It’s hang him. That’s got nothing to do with intelligence, it has to do with selfishness, callousness, and an unhealthy alteration in people’s sense of humanity. It’s a moral problem.

    That actually seems like a kind of intelligence – or lack of same – to me.

    Here’s another poser for you:  If average people are pretty smart, why do apparently 80% of Democrats think Brandon is doing a good job?

    And it was the Hohokam in Arizona that laid out intricate canals for irrigating crops.  Ultimately they had the same problem as the city in South America you refer to:  they didn’t have pumps.

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  25. Flicker Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    The only abandoned city with directed and controlled water flow I’m aware of was in South America and and the people left the city because of a prolonged drought.

    But anyway, we’re not talking about bear skins and we’re not talking about designing a car (though we could be talking about building a car). We’re talking about safely driving your family in a car. And people with IQs of 80 can and do do that.

    We’re specifically talking about people valuing a relatively few puppies above millions of dead people. Americans can read on twitter or elsewhere about Facui’s lies, and say, Oh, well. It’s fate. But puppies? It’s hang him. That’s got nothing to do with intelligence, it has to do with selfishness, callousness, and an unhealthy alteration in people’s sense of humanity. It’s a moral problem.

    That actually seems like a kind of intelligence – or lack of same – to me.

    Here’s another poser for you: If average people are pretty smart, why do apparently 80% of Democrats think Brandon is doing a good job?

    And it was the Hohokam in Arizona that laid out intricate canals for irrigating crops. Ultimately they had the same problem as the city in South America you refer to: they didn’t have pumps.

    The answer to why it’s not an intelligence issue is that most of the licensed white collar professions I know are Democrats.  It’s a psychological or moral issue, rather than question of intelligence.

    And another way of looking at it is that everybody has lived really great lives, for their whole lives.  I don’t mean psychological traumas and relative hard times, I mean they have had all the food they want by either earning it or the dole, they have running water, and refrigerators and air conditioners and even cars.  They are having all their needs met and their senses stimulated.  They think, How bad could it get?  It won’t get bad.  And where does money for your 0bamaphone come from?  The government makes it!

    And it turns out they’re right and all my economics theory has been wrong.

    Which brings me to another point.  You don’t find many smarter people than economists.  But if the 0bamaphone lady is right, and all the brainpower at the Fed seems to agree with her, and I am wrong, then IQ has nothing to do with it.  On the other hand, if my economic theories were right all along and if there is an economic collapse, once again this will show that survival has nothing to do with how many people have IQs below 100, but how clearly and brazenly wrong those at the Fed with high IQs are.  Again, that I, with presumably a lower IQ than they have, can see the problem, but they with the higher IQs can’t is a psychological or moral problem.

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  26. kedavis Member
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    People can be Educated without being Smart, and we see that all the time.  There was even a post or comment within the last few days about how something like half or more of admissions to Yale or Harvard or one of those, are preferential: not based on merit.

    And even the Smart people who go to Yale etc might get all As in classes on Marxist Economics etc, and all the BS that doesn’t work and never has worked at any time in history.  Those are the people who become Economists, perhaps especially in government, and they can be very wrong – even stupidly wrong – while still being Educated.

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  27. Flicker Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    People can be Educated without being Smart, and we see that all the time. There was even a post or comment within the last few days about how something like half or more of admissions to Yale or Harvard or one of those, are preferential: not based on merit.

    And even the Smart people who go to Yale etc might get all As in classes on Marxist Economics etc, and all the BS that doesn’t work and never has worked at any time in history. Those are the people who become Economists, perhaps especially in government, and they can be very wrong – even stupidly wrong – while still being Educated.

    I agree with this.  But I’m talking about doctors and lawyers and CPAs.

    And for the record, AOC is not a good looking airhead.

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  28. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    Twitter agrees.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arrestfauci-trends-twitter-doctor-faces-criticism-controversial-virus-research-testing-dogs

    I never would have believed it. A few dogs are to many people more important than human lives.

    I give you Michael Vick.

    I had to read this three times and started to type before I realized you weren’t referring to John Wick, and was thinking, Can’t argue with that.

    Back in the day,  Michael Vick, darling POC qb in the NFL went to instant uberdemon when the dog fighting issue came up.  At the time, I used to comment about how the same people who were livid over his abuse of animals, also were the fiercest defenders of abortion…

    Anyway, John Wick would also be an excellent example, which far more people would relate to than my Vick analogy (which was a personnel thing for me) 

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  29. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    Silver bullets are being chambered.  Rep Nancy Mace (R, SC) stated in her report on Fox News Primetime: “What we learned recently is that Dr. Fauci is sending puppies to slaughter basically. I learned a few weeks ago that a grant worth about $1.68 million was spent to take 44 beagle puppies, to take their vocal cords out so the scientists couldn’t hear their cries or their barks. They were then drugged, killed and dissected. Almost $2 million to kill 44 beagle puppies,” she told guest host Brian Kilmeade.

     

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  30. Flicker Coolidge
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Twitter agrees.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arrestfauci-trends-twitter-doctor-faces-criticism-controversial-virus-research-testing-dogs

    I never would have believed it. A few dogs are to many people more important than human lives.

    I give you Michael Vick.

    I had to read this three times and started to type before I realized you weren’t referring to John Wick, and was thinking, Can’t argue with that.

    Back in the day, Michael Vick, darling POC qb in the NFL went to instant uberdemon when the dog fighting issue came up. At the time, I used to comment about how the same people who were livid over his abuse of animals, also were the fiercest defenders of abortion…

    Anyway, John Wick would also be an excellent example, which far more people would relate to than my Vick analogy (which was a personnel thing for me)

    Yeah, Vick was the first time I heard of rape stands.  Sounded medieval.

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