PETA says "good riddance" to Fauci with this awesome Halloween costume complete with oversized syringe and stuffed beagle
· Sep 16, 2022 ·

Okay, I rarely agree with PETA, but in this case, I'm all in.


Here's that photo in full:

This Halloween costume is absolutely legendary, and if I was you I'd get one before they sell out. Hey, this is like the one and only time to support PETA, so why not?

It goes for just over $70.

Some details on the costume:

This year, Halloween revelers tired of dressing as Freddy Krueger, Darth Vader, or other fictional villains can dress as Dr. Anthony Fauci, who never met an animal he wouldn't experiment on and who recently announced his plans to step down as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). This limited-edition costume consists of a mask, a white lab coat , an oversized syringe, and a plush beagle — reminiscent of the dogs recently rescued from laboratory supplier Envigo following a PETA investigation — wearing a collar tag that says, "Good Riddance, Fauci," in celebration of his retirement.

As you may remember, Science himself came under scrutiny last year when it was discovered that at his leadership, the NIH sent money to a lab in Africa which then used the money to perform some disgusting experiments on beagles. The pups were tied down, drugged, and then had their faces eaten by gnats. Oh, did I mention the researchers removed the dogs' vocal cords in order to do their work in a nice quiet environment? Yeah.

And I need not mention all the other stuff about this guy, because y'all already know.

So PETA, I'm totally with you here. Glad we could agree on something.

Now, let's give this guy a full investigation once Republicans take back the House.

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