In his Senate testimony, Dr. Anthony Fauci was caught on a hot mic pushing for GOP Senator Roger Marshall by asking him about the bomb that Project Veritas report on. earning job research funding.
Fauci simply called Senator Roger Marshall moron because he did not agree with Fauci and said “Jesus Christ” insultingly. This little bully can’t be quiet if someone asks him. Sen. Marshall is a doctor and Army Vereran! #FireFauci pic.twitter.com/p6gHizlUYe
– Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) January 11, 2022
Marshall has now released what Dr. Fauci revealed what had not been changed.
Marshall criticized Dr. Fauci called it “unscrupulous” saying that his disclosure could be made available to the American people.
🚨🚨 COMING! I found out what Dr. Fauci mentioned financial issues that were not yet published. Dr. Fauci could not believe that what he had revealed could be made public and that is why I am releasing him here.
Drs. Fauci ⬇️https://t.co/KdRbedRTX5
– Dr. Roger Marshall (@RogerMarshallMD) January 15, 2022
Records show that Drs. Fauci does more than President Joe Biden and is the highest paid government official. Dr. Fauci earns $ 434,312 a year.
The revelations also show that he receives more than $ 100,000 a year from medical bills, is paid to have four glasses, and that he and his wife are worth $ 10.4 million.
Financial records from December 2020 show that a New York-born medical professional has an IRA of $ 638,519.70 in it, and a brokerage trust account with $ 2,403,522.28.
All of his accounts include Charles Schwab: the most important of the three revealed by the Schwab One Trust for $ 5,295,898.92.
Its three accounts are valued at $ 8,337,940.90.
It has two accounts – the IRA, which is worth $ 120,277.82, and the Schwab One Trust with $ 1,962,819.27 – totaling $ 2,083,097.09.
Among them, the two are worth $ 10.4 million.
Marshall re-introduces the FAUCI Act.
Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) Is waiting for a hot moment with Dr. Anthony Fauci earlier this week brings support to his bill which would force the publication of financial statements by White House officials.
The bill, dubbed the Financial Accountability for Uniquely Compensated Individuals (FAUCI) Act, also requires the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) to publish a list of government officials whose financial disclosures are not publicly available, according to many sources.