In a shocking revelation, it has been discovered that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been lying to the American public about animal testing in his experiments.
Animal rights activists are up in arms over the dishonesty that has been uncovered, with many saying they will no longer trust anything Dr. Fauci has to say. PETA has released a statement condemning his actions, saying “It is unconscionable that Dr. Fauci would lie about animal testing. These animals deserve to be treated with respect and dignity, and their lives should not be taken in vain.”
Interestingly enough, this news about Dr. Fauci’s deception comes at the same time that Netflix is adjusting its viewership metric, and it appears to be having a ripple effect on popular shows. Wednesday, a new series about the spooky daughter of the Addams family, has become the most popular series of all time, pushing aside the likes of Bridgerton and Stranger Things.
But what does animal rights have to do with Wednesday’s newfound success? Well, some speculate that viewers are showing their support for the show’s portrayal of a young girl’s love for all things creepy and crawly. Others point to the fact that Wednesday is shown to have a special affinity for animal companions, such as spiders and snakes.
Whatever the reason may be, one thing is clear: there’s never been a better time to be a goth girl who loves animals. And maybe, just maybe, this newfound appreciation for all creatures great and small will lead to a greater push for ethical treatment of animals in all aspects of life – including scientific experimentation.
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