Dr. Anthony Fauci came under fire this week after a contentious senate hearing where Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS) accused him of secretly holding "significant investments" in China and effectively profiting from the pandemic.
Fauci responded that his investments are already public under administrative law governing his position. He referred to the Senator as a "moron" surreptitiously, but it was caught on a hot mic.
Fauci and his wife, who also works at the NIH, made over $1.7 million in 2020 while average Americans struggled to make ends meet under the harsh lockdowns imposed by these unelected bureaucrats.
This is just the latest attack on Fauci, a popular target of right-wing ire. Like so many before, it too is utterly baseless. Fauci's supposed investments in China were part of a mutual fund broadly focused on Asia.
Criticism of Fauci is heavily censored: Dr. Kennedy Jr.'s new Fauci-critical book has virtually no reviews or comments in mainstream media despite spending many weeks at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.