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WASHINGTON, DC- The most transparent administration in American history!!!”  That is what the American people were told after Joe Biden somehow was installed as president.

However eighteen months into his term, we have seen anything but transparency. Hell, they can’t even define what a woman is or call a recession what it is…a recession.

The latest hit from the Transparency administration involves Biden’s Secretary of the Interior, Deb Haaland. Somehow Haaland, who served two years in Congress making $174,000 a year was able to report near-zero assets in financial disclosures, the Washington Times reports.

Haaland was another Biden diversity choice, checking the box of being the first Native American member of a presidential administration!!!!

If you’re a little bit short on your math skills, $174,000 for two terms in congress is equivalent to nearly $350,000, or more specifically $348,000. Yet we are supposed to believe she has zero assets.

Haaland’s financial disclosure has raised concern from at least one GOP lawmaker, as well as a government watchdog group, who are asking ethics officials to look into how she was able to report virtually no assets on her post-nomination financial disclosure form despite serving in Congress for four years.

Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-AR) joined Protect the Public Trust, a watchdog group in asking for an investigation into Haaland. Westerman called for the Office of the Inspector General to undertake an audit into the “efficacy and effectiveness” of the Interior Department’s Departmental Ethics Office, calling into question concerns about Haaland’s financial disclosures.

Westerman, ranking member of the House Natural Resources Committee wrote Interior Department IG Mark Greenblatt after the watchdog group filed  a complaint July 20 over Haaland’s Form 278e filed in December 2020.

“Last week, the completeness of Secretary Haaland’s disclosures were again called into question,” Westerman wrote.

“In addition to raising concerns about Secretary Haaland’s compliance with federal ethics standards, this complaint triggers additional questions about the Department of the Interior’s (DOI) Departmental Ethics Office (DEO).”

According to the financial disclosure filed by Haaland, she reported no assets over $5,000 from bank and investment accounts. She only listed an annual per capita payment of $175 from her enrolled tribal membership in the Laguna of Pueblo.

The Times notes that for some reason, Haaland wasn’t required to report federal income from the term she served in Congress representing New Mexico.

According to Protect the Public’s Trust, Haaland’s disclosure form “indicated a net worth of $0.”

“The American public grants incredible authority to Cabinet officials such as the Secretary of the Interior in return for full transparency,” group director Michael Chamberlain said.

“It is extremely difficult to believe, in fact, strains credulity, that someone who had been making a congressional salary of $174,000 and was to be entrusted with overseeing a budget of more than $17 billion would not herself have a bank account.”

Chamberlain continued:

“Yet we are asked to precisely believe that, with no supporting evidence. Instead, Protect the Public’s Trust believes that an investigation to discover the truth is warranted.”

Westerman also expressed his skepticism.

“Based on her prior employment as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from which she received an annual salary of $174,000, the absence of a reportable bank account, while not impossible, appears improbable,” Westerman wrote in his letter.

The Washington Times reached out to the Interior Department for comment, however none was received by press time.

Haaland updated her disclosure in August 2021, after she married longtime partner Skip Sayre, head of sales and marketing at Laguna Pueblo Development, the tribe’s economic development arm, The Paper out of Albuquerque said.

“While her 2021 Form 278e indicated a net worth of $0, the financial disclosure Secretary Haaland submitted after marrying her long-time partner reported assets of between $970,000 and $2.125 million, a July 20 statement from Protect the Public’s Trust read.

“This range did not include two residences on which the couple has mortgages, one of which is a New Mexico home in excess of $1 million that has been her registered voting address for several years.”

Hmmm. A $1 million home she’s used “for several years” as her registered voting address, yet she has no reportable assets? How strange is that?

Protect the Public’s Trust further said “the absence of a bank account on her financial disclosure raises many questions.”

“What has been happening to her paychecks?” the group queried.

“Most employers, including federal employers, normally require direct deposit of employees’ wages. Did DOI ethics officials notice this anomaly and question the Secretary about it? If her paychecks were being deposited in another type of account, would that not require that account to be reported?”

Meanwhile Westerman questioned how the DEO collects information from political appointees and asked for clarification if there were policies and procedures in place to verify such information.

“This example is illustrative of larger questions regarding the process in place at the DEO,” Westerman said.

“Most transparent administration in U.S. history?” Pffft.

Speaking of crooks in high places, below is a piece we did on COVID screwup Dr. Anthony Fauci:


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WASHINGTON, DC- Last week, St. Anthony of Fauci had a couple of well-publicized blowups with two Republican Senators, Rand Paul (KY) and Roger Marshall (KS) during a Senate hearing.

Fauci, who has become something of a diva who believes the fawning portrait leftists have painted of him was his usual condescending, obstinate self.

After questioning by Marshall was done, Fauci was heard on a hot mike referring to the senator as a “moron.”

Well, it looks like Sen. Marshall, who is also a doctor, may yet get the last laugh. According to Breitbart, it has been learned that Fauci’s 2020 investment portfolio included Chinese companies.

Fauci’s 2020 financials were released by Marshall and reported out by the New York Post.

Those financials are probably something Fauci would have liked to keep to himself, documents which show Fauci held investments in Chinese companies through a fund called the Matthews Pacific Tiger Fund.

In a tweet, Marshall said:

“BREAKING! I obtained Dr. Fauci’s previously unpublished financial disclosures. Dr. Fauci was completely dishonest about his disclosures being readily accessible to the public which is why I am releasing them now.”

According to the fund’s fact sheet, published in September 2021, it revealed the fund invested 42.7 percent of its investors’ money into companies in China and Hong Kong.

One company so-listed is called Wuxi Biologics Cayman, headquartered in China. Wuxi Biologics Cayman is a pharmaceutical company.

The company’s website states it is the “leading global open-access biologics technology platform offering end-to-end solutions to empower organizations to discover, develop, and manufacture biologics from concept to commercial manufacturing.”

With a total estimated capacity exceeding 430,000 liters for biopharmaceutical production planned after 2024 in China, Ireland, the U.S., German, and Singapore, WuXi biologics will provide its biomanufacturing partners with a robust and premier-quality global supply chain network.

The fund has additional investments in China and Hong Kong, including Tencent Holdings, Ltd.; Alibaba Group Holding, Ltd.; AIA Group, Ltd.; and Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing, Ltd.

Aside from the Matthews Pacific Tiger Fund, Fauci also holds investments in Atlas large-cap mutual funds, Pimco’s investment-grade bond fund, and the Pax Ellevate Global Women’s Leadership Fund, which invests into businesses that advance “women through gender-diverse boards, senior leadership teams, and other policies and practices.”

Fauci also holds a stake of between $1,000 and $15,000 in Jackson Fillmore, a San Francisco trattoria located in Nancy Pelosi’s House district.

Fauci also earned between $100,000 and $1 million in royalties by McGraw-Hill for a book deal, and also reported $8,100 in honoraria and travel reimbursements for virtually appearing at three galas, including the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation’s “Ripple of Hope.”

Yes, you read that correctly. He received “honoraria and travel reimbursements” for a virtual appearances.

Fauci also received $5,198 from the Partnership for Public Service after he was (unbelievably) named the non-profit’s 2020 federal employee of the year, the Post reported.

All of that comes on top of Fauci’s salary of $434,312 in 2020. He is poised to earn $350,000 in annual pension monies upon his retirement. Fauci is the highest paid federal employee.

The release of Fauci’s finances came after Marshall dispatched a strongly-worded letter to the National Institutes of Health demanding the information. Fauci had accused Marshall of being “misinformed” about his financial documents, saying he only had to “ask for” the 2020 information.

However, Fauci’s salary for 2021 and 2022 have yet to be released, according to Adam Andrzejewski of

Non-profit legal organization Judicial Watch sued the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services—NIH’s parent organization—for documents related to Fauci’s annual finances last October. HHS proposed issuing monthly releases starting Feb. 1, court papers show.

Judicial Watch’s president, Tom Fitton, accused the NIH of playing a “shell game” with Fauci’s records, the Post said.

In 2020, Fauci’s 2019 financial disclosures were released by NIH after a FOIA request from a reporter.

However the NIH’s release included redactions, which were never explained, nor why it took a FOIA request to get the documents released. Last week, the NIH told media outlets, the Post included, that Fauci’s 2020 filing would have to be requested through the federal Office of Government Ethics through another process.

Marshall, in a statement said:

“Dr. Fauci was completely dishonest about his financial disclosures being open to the public,” Marshall said. “Dr. Fauci must be held accountable to all Americans who have been suing and requesting for this information but don’t have the power of a Senate office to ask for it.”

In addition, Marshall his getting his own back at Fauci, by introducing something called the “Financial Accountability for Uniquely Compensated Individuals (FAUCI) Act, which would require the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) to publish a list of government officials (such as Fauci) whose financial disclosures are not publicly available,” MarketWatch reported.

Addressing Fauci’s financial disclosures, Marshall said his office had been trying to track down his financials “for weeks,” and despite initial requests to Fauci’s staff and the NIH , were unable to obtain them.

Marshall told Fox News:

“It takes the NIH, it takes this White House months to respond to any type of request for information, and then it’s redacted,” he said. “It’s quite a game they’re playing. So I was shocked, I was shocked by his response that he would lie to Congress again after he had already lied about the viral gain-of-function question that I asked him earlier.”

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Some of the best television this year has been when St. Anthony of Fauci—also known as the incompetent director of the National Institute of Allergy & Infections Diseases—Dr. Anthony Fauci, gets to testify before Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) in the Senate.

A goodly number of Americans have known for some time that Fauci is a fraud, wrong more times than he is right. This past week, Paul said what most of us have been thinking for a while—ignore this menace.

Appearing on Fox News’ Hannity this past week, Paul told viewers of Sean Hannity’s highly rated Fox News program to ignore Fauci and his typically incorrect dictates, Breitbart reports.

“Virtually none of the edicts or the promulgations that come from Fauci’s mouth are based in science at all,” Paul said.

“Take the idea that we’re now going to test the day of travel. The rapid test is accurate about between 30 and 50% if you don’t have symptoms.

So most people traveling, if they know they’re sick, are going to not travel. So, most of the people we’re talking about are traveling without symptoms.

The test is 30-50% accurate. The Omicron variant is already across the United States and across the world. No travel ban is going to stop it, and no amount of testing is going to stop it.”

All you need to know about Fauci was learned last week, as reported in Real Clear Politics, when Peter Doocy of Fox News set him up perfectly. Doocy asked Fauci if as he advised Joe Biden about new testing requirements for people coming into the country, did Fauci include everybody in that assessment.

“The answer is yes,” Fauci said, “because you know that the new—the new regulation—if you want to call it that—is that anybody and everybody who’s coming into the country needs to get a test within 24 hours of getting on the plane to come here.” [emphasis added]

Continuing his setup question to Fauci, Doocy then asked:

“But what about people who don’t take a plane and just—these border crossers coming in in huge numbers in a sense?”

In typical Fauci form, he answered in not a scientific sense but a political one:

“You know, but that’s a different issue.”

Of course it’s a different issue. Because it doesn’t meet the Biden administration’s political narrative of keeping the border wide open, allowing any Tom, Dick, or Harry to cross the border unabated while forcing draconian testing and vaccination mandates on American citizens.

Paul continued in his Hannity appearance, slamming Fauci’s inconsistency with, well, pretty much everything.

“But think about this—Fauci now says if you know someone’s been vaccinated, you don’t have to wear a mask next to him,” Paul said. “So you see him at one of these glittering Hollywood parties the other day, and it’s like, oh, if I don’t know the person, I put a mask on, if I know them—well he doesn’t know their vaccination status. How idiotic is that.

“Oh, I don’t know that person, so I’m going to put my mask on. But now I’m going to take it off because I know that person. He doesn’t know who’s vaccinated or not by looking at them. It’s a ridiculous standard.”

Paul noted that the “bottom line” is that those who have been vaccinated, or those who now have natural immunity by virtue of having already had the virus have a form of protection and should feel confident and safe in “going about their daily lives.”

“Let’s not live in fear because Dr. Fauci is promulgating things that are unscientific just to scare you,” Paul added. “If you’ve been vaccinated or if you’ve had the disease, live your life and ignore this man and let’s hope he can be gone as soon as possible.”


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EDITOR’S NOTE: This editorial contains disturbing information about animal testing.

GATES OF HELL — The evil spirit of SS physician Josef Mengele lives on in people such as Dr. Anthony Fauci, who appears to devalue the lives of people and animals in the name of “science.”

Fauci, who seems to disregard the principles of the Hippocratic Oath, is connected to disturbing and inhumane scientific “research” that looks more like cruelty and abuse.

Last week, it was confirmed that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded gain-of-function research on the coronavirus despite Fauci testifying earlier this year in May that it did not.

Gain-of-function research was performed to enhance — not diminish — deadly viruses at a laboratory located in enemy territory at Wuhan, China.

How does this help humanity?

The research is defined by the Department of Health and Human Services as a method “that improves the ability of a pathogen to cause disease” to “enable assessment of the pandemic potential of emerging infectious agents.” It warns these studies “may entail biosafety and biosecurity risks.”

Richard Ebright, a professor of chemical biology at Rutgers University, told the Washington Examiner that the recent letter in which the NIH conceded that the group run by Peter Daszak violated its rules when conducting bat coronavirus research is a “bombshell” admission.

According to Ebright, the letter “corrects the untruthful assertions” by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci and his boss, NIH Director Francis Collins, both of whom claim the NIH did not fund gain-of-function research in Wuhan.

Collins and Fauci say they don’t fully know what goes on at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, but they have been adamant in claiming the NIH did not fund gain-of-function research at the facility.

Nicholas Wade, who spent three decades as a science writer for the New York Times, wrote an article for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists in early May in which he wrote:

“It’s documented that researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology were doing gain-of-function experiments designed to make coronaviruses infect human cells and humanized mice. This is exactly the kind of experiment from which a SARS2-like virus could have emerged.”

“Collins and Fauci lied to Congress, lied to the press, and lied to the public,” Ebright said. “Knowingly, willfully, and brazenly.”

Ebright also told the Washington Examiner:

“EcoHealth and its Wuhan partner constructed novel chimeric SARS-related coronaviruses — artificial, lab-generated viruses that do not have counterparts circulating in nature — that exhibited 10,000 times enhanced viral load and two to four times enhanced pathogenicity in infection studies in mice engineered to display human receptors on their cells (‘humanized mice’).”

Washington Examiner reported that NIH stated:

“EcoHealth failed to report this finding right away, as was required by the terms of the grant. EcoHealth is being notified that they have five days from today to submit to NIH any and all unpublished data from the experiments and work conducted under this award.”

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said in a recent interview that Fauci, the top disease specialist in the U.S., should be fired:

“He should be fired, just for lack of judgment if nothing else.”

Paul was interviewed by Axios and mentioned a letter from the NIH to Ranking Member Rep. James Comer (R-KY) that admitted to a “limited experiment” conducted in order to test if “spike proteins from naturally occurring bat coronaviruses circulating in China were capable of binding to the human ACE2 receptor in a mouse model,” which critics said contradict Fauci’s long-held claim.

Now that Fauci appears to have been caught in a lie, he is currently under fire for his alleged involvement in gruesome, taxpayer-funded animal experimentation at domestic and overseas laboratories.

The nonprofit organization White Coat Waste Project has accused the director of the NIAID of funding a project that had 6-8-month-old beagle puppies infected with disease-causing parasites in order to test an experimental drug.

The NIAID, the division of the NIH run by Fauci, allegedly funded the horrific experiment overseas in the North African country of Tunisia.

Lab technicians allegedly placed the heads of sedated beagle puppies in mesh cages and allowed vicious sand flies to eat the sweet dogs alive.

Some of the dogs allegedly had their vocal cords removed so employees would not hear the howling cries of the helpless puppies as their faces were eaten off.

Apparently no one wanted to hear the screams of innocent victims, so the puppies were silenced during their torture so that the barbaric experiments could proceed under quieter conditions.

Indeed, sometimes silence is violence.

Any beagle owner will tell you that this breed is one of the most loving and kindest ones around. It is also a very docile breed, which unfortunately makes it a prime dog to be selected for cruel animal experimentation.

Now, legislators want Fauci to explain the alleged abuse of as many as 44 puppies in overseas laboratories.

The Hill reports that a bipartisan group of 24 House Representatives has written a letter demanding that Fauci answer the claims made by White Coat Waste Project.

The lawmakers, led by Republican Representative Nancy Mace of South Carolina’s 1st congressional district, wrote to Fauci on Oct. 21 with a number of questions about the experiments that they want to be answered by Nov. 19.

The letter was also signed by some Democrats, such as Representatives Cindy Axne from Iowa and Jimmy Gomez from California.

Referring to White Coat Waste Project and various media reports, the members of the House wrote:

“From October 2018 until February 2019, NIAID spent $1.68 million in taxpayer funds on drug tests involving 44 beagle puppies.

“The dogs were all between six and eight months old. The commissioned tests involved injecting and force-feeding the puppies an experimental drug for several weeks, before killing and dissecting them.

“Of particular concern is the fact that the invoice to NIAID included a line item for ‘cordectomy.’ As you are likely aware, a cordectomy, also known as ‘devocalization,’ involves slitting a dog’s vocal cords in order to prevent them from barking, howling, or crying.

“This cruel procedure — which is opposed with rare exceptions by the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, and others — seems to have been performed so that experimenters would not have to listen to the pained cries of the beagle puppies. This is a reprehensible misuse of taxpayer funds.”

White Coat Waste Project confirmed to The Hill:

“Our investigators show that Fauci’s NIH division shipped part of a $375,800 grant to a lab in Tunisia to drug beagles and lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sandflies so that the insects could eat them alive.

“They also locked beagles alone in cages in the desert overnight for nine consecutive nights to use them as bait to attract infectious sand flies.”

NIAID and Fauci have yet to comment publicly regarding the puppy experiments in North Africa.

The White Coat Waste Project said documents it obtained also showed NIAID had directed $424,455 to the University of Georgia in September 2020 to infect 28 beagles with disease-causing parasites.

While White Coat Waste Project told Newsweek it didn’t know if Fauci had personally ordered the experiment, “it was ordered by his NIH division.”

Newsweek reported that documents that White Coat Waste Project obtained under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) found that the animals were to be allowed to develop infections for three months before being euthanized for blood collection.

The documents said the animals “vocalized in pain” during the experiments. The story, which was also reported by Fox News, was based on redacted documents that outlined a study starting on Nov. 12, 2020 in which the beagles were to be euthanized after 196 days.

In a statement to Newsweek, the White Coat Waste Project said that the experiments were related to treatment for a tropical disease called lymphatic filariasis and that tests had already been conducted on other animals.

Greg Trevor, associate vice president for marketing and communications at the University of Georgia, sent an emailed statement to Newsweek in which he said the research was for a potential vaccine, developed at another institution, that would protect against a disease affecting 120 million people.

He said in an emailed statement that under federal rules, a vaccine must be tested in two animal species before it can be cleared for human clinical trials. When NIAID decided to fund this research, the agency determined that the research needed to be conducted on a dog model:

“According to researchers at the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine, beagles are the standard dog model used in this type of research.”

Leighton Woodhouse wrote Fauci has been testing on animals for nearly 40 years:

“In the 1980s, he infected chimps with HIV in his quest for a vaccine that still doesn’t exist. When that approach failed, he proposed moving on to other animals.

“As recently as 2016, he was still touting the likelihood of a new HIV vaccine based on animal studies.”

Woodhouse also wrote that the latest experiments involving beagles are just a few of the countless tests done on animals via funding of the NIH and NIAID:

“Estimates of the number of animals experimented on each year in the United States range from the tens of millions to over 100 million, most of them paid for with taxpayer money.

“The White Coat Waste Project, a non-profit that advocates against federal animal testing, says that more than 1,100 dogs are experimented on in federal labs annually.

“For the amount of money and the amount of suffering entailed, little is produced. Much of it is pointless to begin with, but even the experiments that purport to measure the safety and efficacy of drugs are all but useless.”

Citing the NIH’s own words, Woodhouse points out the failure rate is a staggering 90 percent:

“Approximately 30 percent of promising medications have failed in human clinical trials because they are found to be toxic despite promising preclinical studies in animal models. About 60 percent of candidate drugs fail due to lack of efficacy.”

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Woodhouse wrote:

“Most of that failure is due to the fundamental differences between human physiology and the physiologies of mice, or rabbits, or dogs. But even between animals with much closer physiologies, the predictive power of animal tests is unimpressive.

“Between mice and rats, there’s only a 60 percent chance you’ll get the same result. And when you repeat experiments on the same species, only 4 out of 5 times is the result the same — and closer to 2 out of 3 times with toxic substances.

“And yet the tests continue unabated, for three reasons: institutional inertia, NIH Director Francis Collins, and Anthony Fauci.”

Woodhouse also reported on other NIH experiments:

  • “Beagles were infected with pneumonia in order to induce septic shock and ‘experimental massive acute hemorrhage,’ then given blood transfusions. ‘After 96 hours, animals still alive were considered survivors and were euthanized.’ 
  • “Beagles were infected with anthrax in order to test a vaccine that was already FDA approved.
  • “‘Mongrel dogs’ were subjected to induced heart attacks, scanned by MRI, then killed and dissected.
  • “Pigs, rabbits, guinea pigs, and monkeys were subjected to agonizing pain without anesthesia. These included infecting pigs with a virus that causes ‘acute respiratory stress, hemorrhagic manifestations, paralysis’ and other symptoms; injecting rabbits with bacteria that create severe skin infections and ear lesions and usually death within twelve hours; infecting guinea pigs with a virus that causes ‘multi-organ failure’ and death, as well as ‘hind limb paralysis or prolapsed rectum’; and infecting monkeys with Ebola and tuberculosis, the latter of which produces symptoms including ‘rapid breathing, weight loss,’ and ‘inability to drink.’
  • “Monkeys had parts of their brains destroyed with acid in order to increase their capacity for terror, and were then tormented with simulated spiders, snakes and other things they instinctively fear. These experiments have been ongoing for more than four decades.”

Dr. Thomas Hartung, a toxicologist who directs Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing, told Woodhouse:

“Knowledge in the life sciences doubles every seven years. We have about 1,000 times more knowledge now than at the time we designed animal tests.”

Can technology replace animal testing? Woodhouse says yes:

“Today, scientists can create ‘mini-brains’ to investigate whether and how SARS-CoV-2 affects brain cells.

“Machine learning software can outperform animal tests in predicting the toxicity of tens of thousands of chemicals in humans. ‘Organs-on-chips’ technology uses tissue derived from stem cells to create simulated organs on a slide the size of a USB stick, which can be combined to create simulations of the entire human body.

“In the near future, AI will likely be able to extrapolate from these simulations to model an entire patient population. That technology could supplant the entire animal trial stage of the drug development process, with results that actually tell you something.”

A technology-infused society filled with sinister scientists does not bode well for our future.

With trepidation, I look forward to hearing Dr. Fauci’s answers regarding the use of beagles for research sometime next month.

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