Last month, Google removed ads by an animal advocacy group that was raising awareness on cruel dog experiments that received funding from a Dr. Anthony Fauci-led division of the National Institute of Health (NIH). The search giant was not clear on the policies that the ads violated.
While the cruel animal experimentation story is now a national scandal, the public could have learned about it earlier if it were not for Big Tech censorship.
The White Coat Waste Project (WCW) is an animal advocacy group that raises awareness on taxpayer-funded experiments involving animals. The group investigates government-backed research and creates public awareness of these questionable research projects.
Through Freedom of Information Act requests, WCW discovered that Fauci’s division of the NIH had “spent $424,000 to commission a study in which healthy beagles are given an experimental drug and then intentionally infested with flies that carry a disease-causing parasite that affects humans.”