Shocking Claim Revealed Regarding Fauci’s Finances

Charlie Kirk makes reveals a shocking detail about Fauci’s pandemic income in a clip you can’t miss on the latest news on the finances behind COVID-19.

As American businesses and schools were shut down in 2020 and many were struggling to get by, Kirk reveals in his program that Fauci and his wife made more than $2 million in 2020.

That’s far more than his reportedly more than $400,000 annual income, which is already the highest of any federal employee. Why aren’t more people talking about this?

Seems like Fauci’s recent claim that his finances are already publicly known is not as accurate as he would have Americans believe. In fact, the same Sen. Marshall who Fauci called a “moron” later released Fauci’s full financial records for 2020.

In addition to his salary, his family’s investments included $10.4 million. Where was that information during the recent Senate hearing?

Fauci has not only been changing his advice nearly every time he speaks about COVID-19. He’s also making big bucks in the background as Americans continue to rebound from pandemic lockdowns, restrictions, vaccine mandates and worker shortages.

It’s a nasty combination that makes many Americans angry when they think about it, but it’s better to know the facts that to ignore them. Check out the video for more details on Fauci’s finances in the latest video from Charlie Kirk.


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