It’s no surprise that Anthony Fauci has made out financially throughout the pandemic. Since January 2020, he’s been on the cover of a number of magazines, wrote a book, and has been the subject of a new “Disney-backed biopic” documentary. As a top health expert, not only does he make more than the President Of The United States, but he’s been given endless power to make decisions about how Americans are allowed to live their lives.
But how much has Fauci banked from all of this? According to a new analysis published in Forbes, the breakdown shows that Fauci made $1.7 million since shutting down the country.
But you don’t have to take Forbes’s word for it, because just last night U.S. Senator Roger Marshall received Dr. Anthony Fauci’s unredacted FY2020 financial disclosures.
During the pandemic year of 2020, their household income, perks and benefits, and unrealized gains totaled $1,776,479 — including federal income and benefits of $868,812; outside royalties and travel perks totaling $113,298. His investment accounts also increased by $794,369. While Fauci destroyed the country and literally ruined people’s lives, he was banking millions while many American’s lost everything because of his lockdowns.
And even after several Senate hearings between Fauci and Senator Rand Paul proving Fauci lied about his affiliation with the Wuhan lab and his financial ties to gain of function research, Fauci still remains the highest paid bureaucrat in the U.S. federal government. As the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, his annual taxpayer-funded salary clocks in at $434,312.