Fauci Net Worth Soared 66% During Pandemic

Fauci’s net worth has soared 66% during the pandemic. And despite Fauci’s announcement that he will retire at the end of the year, the wheelbarrows of tax dollars will continue to flow in his direction even after his retirement.

Fauci Net Worth Soared 66% During Pandemic

According to brand-new financial reports that OpenTheBooks.com has access to, Dr. Anthony Fauci’s household’s net worth increased by an astounding 66% throughout the pandemic. On January 1st, 2019, Fauci disclosed a net worth of $7,523,634. It increased to $12,677,513 on January 1st, 2022.

Fauci Net Worth Soared 66% During Pandemic
Values are as of Jan 1 each year. Chart via OpenTheBooks.com

Fauci was the highest-paid worker in the federal government in 2021 with a salary of $456,028 as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. His wife, Christine Grady, who serves as the National Institutes of Health’s chief bioethicist, is also quite successful, earning $238,970 in salary last year.

Fauci is well known for earning more money than the president, while his wife makes more money than the vice president. The Fauci family’s wealth during the pandemic was not just fueled by those huge federal salaries, though.

Fauci received the Dan David Prize in 2021, which was associated with Tel Aviv University and came with a $1 million prize. Fauci “has been widely praised for his courage in speaking truth to power” during the Covid-19 outbreak, according to the award committee.

The committee appeared to be unaware that Fauci wielded power and habitually told lies on everything from the utility of masking to herd immunity, vaccine efficacy, and NIH support of gain of function research at the Wuhan Institute.

Fauci gave a portion of his prize money, as is traditional, to be distributed as student scholarships, yet he still kept $901,400, according to the financial records examined by OpenTheBooks.com.

Though it pales in comparison to the Dan David Prize, Fauci also received $12,500 from the Elliot Richardson Prize in Public Service and the Abelson Prize from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, as well as $5,198 for being named Federal Employee of the Year at the 2020 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals ceremony.

Fauci even worked as a temporary editor for McGraw Hill in 2021, earning $100,000 for his efforts.

No evidence exists that Fauci made any “shrewd” financial decisions like Nancy and Paul Pelosi. Financial declarations show that Fauci’s portfolio is made up of broad mutual funds and no specific stocks:

“These funds were held in a mix of trust, retirement, and college education accounts. Fauci has an IRA worth $706,219 (up $67,700); a defined benefit brokerage account totaling $2,551,210 (up $147,688); and a revocable trust worth $7,014,197 (up $1,718,299). His wife’s revocable trust is worth $2,269,225 (up $306,406) and an IRA totaling $136,662 (up $16,385),” reports OpenTheBooks.com.

OpenTheBooks.com has filed four federal lawsuits against the NIH in an attempt to obtain more information not only about Fauci but also about royalties earned by other NIH workers.

Despite Fauci’s announcement that he will retire at the end of the year, the wheelbarrows of tax dollars will continue to flow in his direction. If you have worked for the federal government for more than 55 years as the highest-paid employee in history, you will receive an astonishing pension of over $375,000 annually.

It serves as a metaphor for the entire awful Covid-19 show, in which bureaucrats luxuriate in public funds and common citizens endure the disastrous lockdown and mandate regime for public health’s mushrooming ruin.

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