Forbes’ corruption termination researcher after he scrutinized Fauci’s finances. Here’s what he found.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, the once famous face of the Covid pandemic, has suddenly disappeared from the limelight. The polarizing number has gone from the front lines of the government crusade to push the Covid vaccine back into the shadows of the murky world of public health authorities and Big Pharma corporations.

So when Adam Andrzejewski, the co-founder of, started digging into Dr. Fauci’s finances for a Forbes, retaliation was swift. He explained his point of view in a Sub-subscribe.

“Dr. Anthony Fauci is the highest paid and most visible federal employee,” said Andrzejewski. “So we all have a responsibility to give him supervision.”

“In 2011, I founded a national transparency organization called,” he explains. “Last year, we filed 47,000 Freedom of Information Act requests, the most in US history. We successfully captured and displayed $12 trillion in federal, state, and local spending online. ”

“For the past 14 months – as of January 2021 – we have investigated Dr Fauci’s finances by submitting a FOIA request,” added Andrzejewski. “When I published our initial report at Forbes, this is what happened.”

“The National Institutes of Health, Fauci’s parent company, loaded a cannonball into their big gun and fired it into the C range at Forbes,” he continued. “Quickly, Forbes folded and my column was terminated.”

He then explains how something had changed by the time he took on the role of America’s ‘top documentarian’.

“In 2020, I published 36 surveys at Forbes, and the editors selected 26 surveys to feature specifically on the platform, one called ‘Editors’ Choice’, ” he noted.

“The first work I published in 2021 sparked national news that Dr highest paid federal employee and earn even more than the president, four-star general and 4.3 million colleagues,” he added. “That piece alone has more than 900,000 views.”

“However, none of the 56 articles I published between 2021-2022 received the designation ‘Editor’s Pick’,” he noted. Forbes after I wrote about Dr. Anthony Fauci.”

Andrzejewski then recounted how he was finally able to gain insight into Fauci’s finances.

“On January 12, Senator Marshall wrote a letter requesting the NIH about the unverified financial/ethical disclosures of Dr Fauci,” he said. “In the letter, Marshall included footnotes regarding my Fauci-Forbes columns.”

“On Friday, January 14 at 5:00 p.m. ET, the NIH released unrelated ethical/financial disclosures of Fauci from 2019 and 2020 at the request of Senator Marshall. . He continued: “

“Working through the night, I dug into 178 pages of disclosures and published the breach investigation at Forbes on Saturday, January 15 at 3:03 p.m. ET, Disclosure reveals that Dr. earn $1.7 million in 2020, including earnings, royalties, Travel Privileges, and Investment Returns. ”

Here are the top findings from his investigation:

  • Net value: The Fauci household net worth exceeds $10.4 million.
  • Income and profit: Wages, benefits, royalties, investment returns in Fauci household exceeded $1.7 million in 2020.
  • Fauci’s wife: Christine Grady, lead bioethicist at NIH earn $234,284 in 2020.
  • Royalties: Fauci earns $100,000 to $1 million as editor and board member of McGraw-Hill.
  • Prize: In 2021, Fauci was awarded a $1 million prize for “telling the truth to be powerful” from the Dan David Foundation in Israel.

But the findings have clearly given the NIH a headache, and there is evidence it retaliated against a media watchdog seeking transparency.

“On Sunday, January 16 at 12:43 p.m. ET, the top six communications, government and public relations officers at the NIH wrote a ‘correction’ email to Randall Lane, director of content and Forbes editor and I,” he said.

“As you can see, the email doesn’t have any significant edits.” Screenshot of the email is provided below:

Then there’s the news: He’s no longer welcome at Forbes.

“Of course, the real purpose of the NIH email is not to fix my work,” he argued. “Two directors, two bureau chiefs and two top PR officials did not email the head of Forbes on Sunday morning because they wanted to correct the record of Fauci’s travel reimbursements.”

“They sent that email to send a message on behalf of: We don’t like Andrzejewski’s surveillance work, and we want you to do something about it,” he said. “Unfortunately, Forbes folded quickly.”

“Within 24 hours of the NIH emailing Randall Lane, my regular Forbes editor called and announced the new rules,” he added. “Forbes has banned me from writing about Fauci and mandated pre-approval for all future topics.”

“Then Forbes went silent and terminated my column about 10 days later on January 28,” Andrzejewski continued. “On the day Forbes canceled me, the editors were on their knees. A new piece on Fauci published: ‘Fauci’s portrait will soon hang in the Smithsonian’. “

“Of course, the paper was designated an Editorial Pick,” he noted.

Dr. Marty Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins, recently pointed out story on why Andrzejewski was suddenly canceled by Forbes..

Dr. Makary himself has been at the forefront of factual scientific research related to the Covid-19 pandemic, not the government-supported arguments of Big Pharma.

This has also brought Professor Johns Hopkins into the spotlight of the media. Dr. Makary has published groundbreaking research in Natural Immunity showing 99% of people people who have been infected with Covid-19 whose antibodies do not decrease after at least 650 days.

This is the kind of science that can really hurt corporate profits and undermine radical political agendas. These are the types of media stories and scientific research that are no longer welcome in American businesses. Forbes’ corruption termination researcher after he scrutinized Fauci’s finances. Here’s what he found.

Jake Nichol

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