Fauci said all you have to do is ask for his financial disclosure. Yes, but it could take a while.
Critics of Dr. Anthony Fauci — the government’s top infectious-disease adviser — hint that he profited from the COVID-19 pandemic. Without evidence, they’ve raised questions about whether Fauci made any stock trades based on advance warning he had of the coronavirus threat.
Those suspicions led to this testy exchange between Fauci, and Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., at a Jan. 11 Senate hearing.
Marshall: "Yes or no. Would you be willing to submit to Congress and the public a financial disclosure that includes your past and current investments? After all, your colleague Dr. (Rochelle) Walensky (the...