Guess Whose Personal Wealth Nearly Doubled During the Pandemic?

In late February 2020, a Northern California woman showed up sick at the NorthBay VacaValley Hospital. Despite a growing concern over a potentially dangerous coronavirus spotted in Wuhan, China, the woman wasn’t tested for the novel virus for days.

She was later transferred to University of California, Davis Medical Center. By most accounts, this woman was the first documented case of COVID-19 in the U.S. The rest of the pandemic story reads like a destructive science fiction thriller.

All around the world, people began getting sick. Many died. Over a million Americans died from COVID-related deaths. It’s been the worst health catastrophe in over a century. From that initial case, a supposedly renowned epidemiologist became the most visible man in America.

Dr. Anthony Fauci was entrusted with providing critical health advice and preventative suggestions for the nation. As the pandemic unfolded, it turned out that Dr. Fauci wasn’t what he appeared to be. He waxed poetically, encouraging people to follow his advice.

Many times, his advice proved incorrect. But as the pandemic wore on, and vaccines were hastily approved to supposedly stop the virus, Fauci’s attention shifted. He suddenly became the spokesperson for Big Pharma’s latest cure-all.

The COVID-19 vaccine turned out to be anything but a cure-all. In some respects, it did help the drastically immune compromised avoid becoming dangerously sick. However, the vaccine did little to nothing to prevent new infections or prevent the spread of those.

But Fauci’s adamant insistence that we needed “herd immunity” through massive vaccine campaigns did do one thing. It appears to have made Anthony Fauci a whole lot of money. In fact, since that first case in Northern California, Fauci’s net worth has nearly doubled.

But as the pandemic unfolded, it was also revealed that Fauci had his grimy little paws in the research that unleashed the virus in the first place. Via funding from the National Institutes of Health, an agency he controlled, the Wuhan Institute of Virology was testing deadly viruses.

The shoddy lab was working on dangerous “gain-of-function” research. Researchers were actually trying to take natural viruses and make them more deadly to humans. That sounds like pretty risky research, and it was. One leak and millions of people died.

But Fauci never answered for that single link to a pandemic that killed a huge swath of the world’s population. Did he know this was a possibility? Did Anthony Fauci allow it to happen, hoping it would erase millions of health-compromised people off the face of the planet?

The good doctor won’t answer those questions. But he may have to answer some financial questions after a nonprofit government watchdog revealed Fauci’s sudden boom in wealth. It seems rather convenient that a person at the forefront of pandemic advice got rich.

The report shows that the Fauci household’s disclosed net worth between January 1, 2019, and December 31, 2021, jumped from $7.6 million to over $12.6 million. While Fauci’s salary is large,as the highest-paid federal employee, it didn’t add up to over $5 million in income.

In addition, Fauci’s federal salary went up to $480,000 in 2022. Fauci was paid more than the President of the United States, the Vice President, and all nine of the U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Sure, his job is important, but is it that important?

In 2021, Fauci’s income perks and benefits, plus unrealized investment gains, totaled $2,832,876. Where did this sudden and massive increase in personal income come from? We think there’s probably only one answer.

Fauci wasn’t free to give a host of paid speaking engagements. He was on call pretty much 24-7 at his “half-a-million dollar” federal job. The good doctor was “burning the candle at both ends,” so to speak.

He was the advertising face of the so-called “cure-all medicine.” Dr. Fauci was Dr. Vaccine. As he continued to provide policy advice to mandate vaccines for everyone, the cash register jingled.

An investigation could well prove that Anthony Fauci had a dirty, under the table deal with the pharmaceutical companies pushing the vaccine. Now, these vaccines are growing increasingly more suspicious.

First, they do not work as advertised. Second, the number of dangerous side effects increases. Fauci was pushing a cure that wasn’t necessary, didn’t really work, and might be worse than the virus itself.

This man has picked a convenient time to suddenly retire. Why would he walk away now when he insists our work with the virus isn’t over? Is Anthony Fauci giving up? We don’t think that’s why he’s stepping aside.

Maybe he thinks he’ll avoid a scandalous investigation. We hope not. This creep misled the American public and made a fortune doing it. Anthony Fauci needs to face hard questions about what he did.

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