For years, the White Coat Waste Project was heralded by The Post as what they are: an activist success story uniting right and left. But now its work imperils a liberal icon.
The first thing I did after reading this article was go over to the White Coat Waste Project linked in the article and make a donation. I would encourage others to do the same.
What disgusting hacks, so partisan they're willing to sell out tortured animals to protect their favorite bureaucrat from criticism. How do they look themselves in the mirror?
You are the most prolific journalist of our time. Would you please keep holding the corrupt and powerful to account, as I'm confident history will look favorably on you and your courage?
As much as I love dogs and dislike Fauci, if he is to go down for something - it should be for his handling of humans during this pandemic (and maybe the AIDS epidemic). He should not be allowed to resign with some dignity while maintaining his saint-like status among the liberal elites.
Fauci was given a coat of armor and is essentially untouchable by us mere mortals. I’m personally ashamed of his lies and deceptions. That’s not what they teach us in medical school and it’s not in the oath we take.
How dare there be bipartisan agreement on any issue! As a right-leaning libertarian who is also vegan for ethical reasons, this story hit home. I just made a donation to White Coat Waste project. Please continue to expose these bad actors.
Can anyone explain to my why this lying lifelong bureaucrat and confirmed mediocrity needs protecting at all? He damages his reputation every time he opens his mouth.
BTW, I have a smoking gun for the WaPo: "White Coat is funded almost entirely by small donors, grass-roots citizens . . ." That's also pretty much how the NRA is funded.
I decided I could not watch the video...just reading about it in this article was overwhelming and made this grown man cry.
Thanks for highlighting this - I have just made a donation.
The Washington Post motto, "Democracy Dies in Darkness," is not a warning, it is a mission statement.
Puppies and kids, nothing is sacred to Fauci.
Devocalize the Washington Post.
There's a special place in hell for dog torturers
Protecting the innocents is the hill that everyone should be willing to die on... There are countless studies that document human abusive behavior starting with the torture of the innocents...it perpetuates itself unless stopped. Fauci is a prime example and the elites are the enablers...
Disgusting. My hope is that all these dogs are waiting at the Rainbow Bridge to each take a bite out of Fauci. Alternatively should Fauci not be headed in that direction, I hope Hell has plenty of Sand Flies to greet him.
I also wonder why no one in the media seems curious about why Fauci's NIH keeps outsourcing "research" to foreign countries. Aren't American scientists good enough to do science funded by the US government?
Or is it that the NIH's "research" is actually illegal in the US (as gain-of-function work is)?
This is one of the first questions that pops into my head as these stories come out of China and Africa. But (and I admit I am not a comprehensive consumer of the national media), I never see it asked publicly.
This is so disgusting. What I find frustrating is that as formerly-reputable media organizations prove themselves to be less and less objective and trustworthy, the vacuum gets filled with a variety of other publications, some of which are reputable but most of which are also garbage. It is a shame that there is no obvious place to go for accurate information that an informed electorate needs, and I guess that's the point. My feeling is that if the voting public really knew what our elected representatives were doing, they would vote all of them out. I have also had it with "fact check" sites that are no more objective than the sites they pretend to police. I tried to share Nicholas Wade's article about the origins of SARS CoV2 on Facebook, and it got flagged as misinformation and tagged with a fact-check article. ONE WEEK LATER, the fact check was retracted, and the story was all over the press. Trust is hard to gain and easy to destroy.