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Disgraced chief medical advisor to the president, Dr. Anthony Fauci, has been caught in another major lie in front of the American people.
The pretentious doctor was heard on a hot mic calling a congressman “a moron” during a line of questioning.
The incident occurred as Senator Roger Marshall of Kansas asked why Fauci’s financial records are not disclosed to the public.
Referring to Marshall, Fauci said, “What a moron.”
Then Fauci even added, “Jesus Christ,” taking the name of God in vain.
Fauci falsely claimed that his recent financials are available to the American public.
“Why won’t NIH immediately release them?” Forbes’ senior contributor Adam Andrzejewski asks.
For example, Americans do not know what Dr. Fauci’s salary was last year (2021) or this year (2022). The latest published salary is from 2020.
It’s also not public what stocks and bonds Dr. Fauci bought and sold in 2020 or 2021.
Americans do not know what Fauci has received – or didn’t receive – in royalties. There are up to 1,000 current and former NIH scientists receiving royalties. Each payment could be a potential conflict of interest, Forbes confirmed.
Fauci’s long history of hypocrisy, flip-flops, and failed predictions have destroyed his value as a public-health official. His lies to the American people have completely eradicated any trust or confidence in him.
This fact has been difficult for Dr. Fauci to stomach. He was utterly flabbergasted during an interview to learn that Americans don’t trust him.
Fauci once claimed that everyone who disagrees with him is lying and doesn’t care about saving lives. “I’m going to be saving lives and they’re going to be lying,” he told CBS.
Fauci also said any criticism of him is a criticism of science. “They’re really criticizing science because I represent science,” he said, adding that it’s “dangerous” for the American people to ever question or criticize him.
Watch the clip:
Here’s Forbes response:
It’s not public what Dr. Fauci’s salary was last year or this year. (The latest published salary is from FY2020.)
It’s not public what stocks and bonds Dr. Fauci bought and sold in 2020 or 2021, as he influenced Covid policies.
It’s not public what Fauci received – or didn’t receive – in royalties. (There are up to 1,000 current and former NIH scientists receiving royalties.) Each payment could be a potential conflict of interest.
Yes, all this information resides with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), but isn’t “public knowledge,” despite Dr. Fauci’s claims otherwise in his sworn U.S. Senate testimony yesterday.
These facts are known because an organization I lead, OpenTheBooks.com, is suing NIH for production of those records. In fact, NIH admits it holds approximately 1,200 pages relating to Fauci’s financial information and conflict of interest disclosures.