It has seemed pretty obvious to anyone paying attention that there is something behind Fauci’s push for people to get vaccinated, then boosted over and over again. One watchdog organization says it knows why.
The watchdog group Open the Books has been investigating the National Institutes of Health, which employs Anthony Fauci. Fauci is the Chief Medical Advisor to the President of the United States. Now, Open the Books has some very interesting, and concerning, findings.
Open the Books reports: “We estimate that between fiscal years 2010 and 2020, more than $350 million in royalties were paid by third-parties to the agency and NIH scientists – who are credited as co-inventors.” Scientists including Dr. Fauci. “Because those payments enrich the agency and its scientists, each and every royalty payment could be a potential conflict of interest and needs disclosure.”
The problem (in addition to the fact that this is happening) is that the National Institutes of Health hasn’t receive any oversight since 2005. The only reason it is getting any oversight now is that Open the Books filed suit against the National Institutes of Health. They are getting the information as part of discovery.
So far, according to Open the Books, discovery has revealed the following: “We found agency leadership and top scientists at NIH receiving royalty payments. Well-known scientists receiving payments during the period included:
- Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the highest-paid federal bureaucrat, received 23 royalty payments. (Fauci’s 2021 taxpayer-funded salary: $456,028).
- Francis Collins, NIH director from 2009-2021, received 14 payments. (Collins’ 2021 taxpayer-funded salary: $203,500)
- Clifford Lane, Fauci’s deputy at NIAID, received 8 payments. (Lane’s 2021 taxpayer-funded salary: $325,287)
In the above examples, although we know the number of payments to each scientist, we still don’t know how much money was paid – because the dollar figure was deleted (redacted) from the disclosures.”
Open the Books also said this: “Within 36 hours of our investigation publishing, Congressman John Moolenar (R-MI) in an appropriations committee hearing questioned NIH Acting Director Lawrence Tabak on royalties. Tabak admitted that NIH royalty payments have the appearance of a conflict-of-interest.”
It looks like there’s a lot more to be disclosed and this will be an ongoing story. Do you think Dr. Fauci has gotten rich off of Covid-19 vaccinations and boosters? Is this why he keeps recommending more and more and more? Sound off in the comments.