THIS IS a picture of the inside of Anthony Fauci’s home office as the doctor is surrounded by pictures of himself and his shaggy hair.
Social media users caught a glimpse of the home office director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases after the photo was shared on Instagram.
Twitter user Karl Dierenbach has arrived Twitter this week to share a photo of Dr. Fauci sitting in his office.
The tweet read: “Fauci in his office, surrounded by photos of Fauci, watching that scene from ‘Fauci’ where Fauci is in his office surrounded by photos of Fauci. Fauci.”
The photo has received dozens of comments, with one person tweeting: “Oh my god that’s complicated.
“And it’s a bit disappointing to see those tiny bottles of hand sanitizer; a man of his size must have had a pitcher of saliva.”
In the cluttered room there seemed to be hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, a portrait of Fauci, a large printer, a couch, a handful of plants and books.
Back in May 2020, home viewers also noticed the appearance of Fauci’s home office when he appeared during a virtual Senate hearing, according to Mashable.
In his office, like those seen in the recently shared photo, piles of papers and books are seen behind Fauci.
Other photos of Fauci in his office show baseballs, medals and photos of what appears to be family members.
Photos of Fauci’s office went viral again online, just a month after the doctor was fired again after the National Institutes of Health was charged. spend $1.2 million on beagles for use in medical experiments.
Ghoul accused the NIH and other labs of purchasing 5,000 beagle dogs and puppies over the past decade from Virginia-based supplier Envigo for experiments in which the dogs were allegedly kept in captivity and some tortured.
It also accused Envigo of operating a “puppy factory” where the dogs were abused in such bad conditions that some of them died.
An investigator from Peta claims to have found 360 dead dogs, according to Fox News.
Peta senior vice president of cruelty investigations Daphna Nachminovitch told Fox Envigo was cited by the Department of Agriculture for “disgusting” conditions in the warehouses.
“They were cited… for direct and egregious violations,” she said.
“Since it is not possible to provide the necessities of life for these nursing mothers and their puppies, keeping animals at temperatures as high as 92 degrees without air conditioning, needles in the head puppies to suck hematomas…and more.”
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