Sunday 16 January 2022

Fauci’s Financial Disclosures Released: “Career Civil Servant” And Wife Worth $10.4 Million


During his Senate testimony, Dr. Anthony Fauci was caught on a hot mic lashing out at GOP Senator Roger Marshall for asking him about the bombshell Project Veritas report on gain of function research funding.

Marshall has now released Dr. Fauci’s unredacted financial disclosures.

Marshall accused Dr. Fauci of being “completely dishonest” about his disclosures being readily accessible to the American people.

The records show that Dr. Fauci makes more than even President Joe Biden and is the highest-paid federal employee. Dr. Fauci earns $434,312 annually.

The disclosures also showed he gets over $100,000 a year from royalties from medical textbooks, was paid to attend four galas, and that he and his wife are worth a combined $10.4 million.

The Daily Mail reported:

Financial records from December 2020 show that the New York-born medical expert has a contributory IRA with $638,519.70 in it, and a brokerage trust account with $2,403,522.28.

All his accounts are with Charles Schwab: the most valuable of the three disclosed being a Schwab One Trust containing $5,295,898.92.

His three accounts have a total of $8,337,940.90.

She has two accounts – an IRA, containing $120,277.82, and a Schwab One Trust with $1,962,819.27 – giving a total of $2,083,097.09.

Between them, the pair are worth $10.4 million.

Marshall is also introducing the FAUCI Act.

The New York Post reported: 

Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) is hoping a hot-mic moment with Dr. Anthony Fauci earlier this week leads to a groundswell of support for his bill that would force the publication of White House officials’ financial records.

The bill, formally titled the Financial Accountability for Uniquely Compensated Individuals (FAUCI) Act, would also require the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) to publish a list of government officials whose financial disclosures are not publicly available, according to multiple outlets.

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