Senator Marshall (R-KS) hasn’t been making headlines lately. However, he jumped into the news cycle full force this week, questioning Fauci about his financial declarations.
It started during a session on Tuesday, when Sen. Marshall repeatedly grilled Fauci about his financial records, with the two faced bureaucrat becoming visibly enraged and snapping into a hot microphone.
Calling me a moron during a Senate hearing may have alleviated the stress of the least trusted bureaucrat in America, but it didn’t take away from the facts. We need the truth Dr. Fauci! pic.twitter.com/GyfdppfNgn— Dr. Roger Marshall (@RogerMarshallMD) January 11, 2022
Despite Fauci’s snide remark and apparent refusal to examine the problem, Sen. Marshall, a soldier and doctor, isn’t going down without a fight. He’s requesting those financial disclosures in the form of a letter from Fauci.
Marshall is also said to have highlighted a Forbes post titled “No, Fauci’s Records Aren’t Available Online,” which was published by Forbes contributor Adam Andrzejewski. Why isn’t the NIH releasing these right away? ”
In it, Andrzejewski claims that the NIH possesses roughly 1,200 documents connected to Fauci’s financial information and hasn’t shared many of the most crucial ones, such as the aforementioned financial declarations, conflict of interest disclosures, and royalty payments.
The fundamental question isn’t how many documents the National Institutes of Health has. It’s why Fauci was so irritated about this matter. What is he concealing?