Previously unseen financial disclosures reveal Anthony Fauci’s household net worth totaling over $10 million, including a nearly $1.8 million gain in investments held by the National Institutes of Health official in 2020 alone.
The financial disclosures, made available to the public by the office of Senator Roger Marshall, reveal the Fauci’s family sizable net worth is derived from several sources including government salaries, investment accounts, and federal benefits.
Senator Marshall’s office released the information after Fauci falsely claimed the information was freely available online, and called the Senator from Kansas a “moron” for suggesting they weren’t, when in fact the Senator was correct.
“During the pandemic year of 2020, their household income increased by $1,782,807 — including federal income and benefits of $868,812; outside royalties and travel perks totaling $119,626; and investment accounts increasing by $794,369,” notes an analysis by transparency watchdog OpenTheBooks.
The $794,369 in investment gains came from the Fauci family stock, bond, and money market portfolio in 2020.
The investment account of the controversial National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director, who’s funded researchers explaining how to “profit” off of pandemics, totals nearly $8.4 million. Fauci’s wife, Dr. Christine Grady of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has separate investments worth $2.1 million.
“These funds were held in a mix of trust, retirement, and college education accounts. Fauci has an IRA worth $638,519 (up $42,291); a defined benefit brokerage account totaling $2,403,522 (up $241,418); and a revocable trust worth $5,295,898 (up $342,694). His wife’s revocable trust is worth $1,962,819 (up $156,123) and an IRA totaling $120,277 (up $11,843),” explains OpenTheBooks.
Fauci has also profited from his assistance with editing medical textbooks, including $100,000 to edit Harrison’s Principals of Internal Medicine, along with his role on the board of publisher McGraw Hill. He and his wife also collected $8,100 to attend three virtual galas: $5,000 in for the Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) “Ripple of Hope” gala in December 2020, $1,600 to attend “An Evening Of Hope” virtual event in April 2020, and $1,500 to attend a “Prepared For Life” virtual gala in October 2020.