Another shocking report by the White Coat Waste Project has uncovered how the Fauci-led National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent millions in taxpayer funds on despicable experiments where researchers would “cripple monkeys with toxic brain injections” through implanted devices in their skull.
The sickening project has been funded by the NIH since at least 2018 and has received upwards of $16 million in taxpayer funds for their Mengele-Esque research that includes:
- Locking the monkeys alone in small cages.
- Drilling holes into the monkey’s skulls.
- Implanting head restraining devices.
- Implanting electrodes into the monkey’s brains.
- Injecting toxins that destroy the monkey’s brains, causing them to lose control of their limbs, mouths, and other body parts.
During their investigation, the WCWP was also able to uncover shocking footage from Emory University’s Yerkes National Primate Research Center where some of this research was being conducted. The monkeys were locked in small cages and can be seen with head restraining devices sticking out of their skulls.
The metal structures on the monkey’s skull include an electrode that connects directly into the brain, which is what enables researchers to destroy certain areas with toxic chemicals.
According to the video, the wicked tests “cripple the monkey’s limbs and cause tremors.”
In total, Yerkes NPRC holds over 4,000 primates that are used in frivolous and cruel experiments which are opposed by most Americans.
The White Coat Waste Project filed a federal complaint following the discovery of the cruel experiments. In addition to the disturbing nature of the research, the group found that the NIH, along with the National Primate Research Centers, had committed several “cost disclosure” violations when they announced the plans for conducting the research.
WCWP argues that the usage of taxpayer money on these experiments violated the “Stevens Amendment,” which is a long-standing federal law that requires the publishing of detailed press releases or statements that describe the project and include specific accounting for taxpayer funds.
From WCWP’s report:
“WCW has filed a complaint with the National Institutes of Health after uncovering cost disclosure violations by all seven National Primate Research Centers, the nations largest taxpayer-funded monkey labs imprisoning a combined 22,000 primates and recieving more than $100 million annually.
The nations top taxpayer funded monkey abusers have been violating a federal law requiring that they publicly disclose the costs of their cruel and wasteful experiments.”
Fauci’s NIH is notorious for violating the act and has repeatedly made a mockery of following its requirements. In 2016, 100 out of 100 experiments that they awarded grants for committed public disclosure violations in one way or another.