“While Dr. Fauci has been a government bureaucrat for more than 55 years, his household net worth skyrocketed during the pandemic,” said OpenTheBooks CEO Adam Andrzejewski.
- An audit of Fauci’s financial records was conducted by watchdog organization OpenTheBooks after receiving the doctor’s FY2021 disclosures from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
- In January 2019, Fauci’s net worth was $7.6 million, surging to over $12.6 million by December 21, 2021.
- This leap in financial gains is attributed to investments, gifts, awards, federal compensation, benefits, and royalties.
- Fauci gained nearly $1 million dollars in investment gains during 2021 ($910,174). In total, the disclosure describes Fauci’s investments as being $10,271,626, with his wife’s investments amounting to $2,405,887.
- Fauci’s gifts and awards alone totaled $919,205.
- He received $1 million dollars from the Dan David Prize through Tel Aviv University for having spoken “truth to power,” donating ten percent of the prize, and was also awarded over $12 thousand dollars from the Eliot Richard Prize for public service.
- Both awards praised Fauci for his defense and advancement of science, although Fauci admitted he knew his “draconian” policies had “collateral negative consequences,” including on the “economy” and “schoolchildren.”
- The doctor also received $694,998 in employment compensation from the federal government in 2021, as well as a wage increase in 2022 worth as much as $480,000.
- His federal benefits are estimated to be $208,499, with the assumption Fauci will retire in December 2022.
- The financial disclosures reveal that Fauci edited a medical textbook entitled Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, where he received $100,000.
FAUCI’S PREVIOUS FINANCIAL DISCLOSURES:
- In 2020, the height of Covid mandates, Fauci’s net worth was more than $10.4 million.
- Fauci declared the FY2020 documents were available to the public, misleading Americans.
- The disclosures were received by Senator Roger Marshall (R-KS), who then introduced the ‘FAUCI Act,’ the Financial Accountability for Uniquely Compensated Individuals, that requires financial disclosures to be made publically accessible.
- Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) said that he will “find the paper trail” linking Fauci with funding Wuhan lab research.
- Fauci openly stated that he and others “botched” elements of the U.S. response to Covid, declaring, “We didn’t know masks worked outside of the hospital setting.”
- In February 2020, former U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said in a now-deleted tweet that masks “are NOT effective in preventing general public from catching #Coronavirus, but if health care providers can’t get them to care for sick patients, it puts them and our communities at risk!”
- Senator Marshal also linked Fauci with Gain-of-Function labs (GoF), saying, “Clearly the U.S. government and Dr. Fauci knew that viral GoF was concerning… But while Fauci encouraged U.S. scientists to pause their GoF studies, Fauci offshored the paused research to China.”
- “In 2012, Fauci gave a new grant to Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance for influenza research in China,” Senator Marshall continued. “In 2014, Fauci gave another new grant to Daszak for SARS research in China. Daszak partnered with who? The Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV)…”