Fauci & Collins Cash in on COVID: $325M in Vaccine Royalties Uncovered!

The pandemic has brought a lot of chaos and confusion, but one thing that is crystal clear is that certain individuals have profited greatly from it. And guess who those individuals are? None other than Dr. Francis Collins and Dr. Tony Fauci, the supposed experts guiding us through this mess. It turns out, while they were busy recommending lockdowns and strict measures to the American public, they were also cashing in on their own vaccine royalty checks. Talk about a conflict of interest!

Thanks to the transparency organization OpenTheBooks, we now have over 1,500 pages of unredacted records that expose the financial gains made by both Collins and Fauci during the Covid pandemic. These records show that they received a whopping 58 royalty payments for the use of their Covid vaccines, which were developed with taxpayer funds by private pharmaceutical companies. That’s right, folks. As we were struggling with job losses, business closures, and mental health issues, these two were lining their pockets with our hard-earned money.

It’s not surprising that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) resisted disclosing this information. They don’t want the American people to know the true extent of their financial gains during this crisis. But thanks to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), OpenTheBooks was able to pry these records loose. Kudos to them for exposing the truth!

Now, let’s talk numbers. These records reveal a staggering total of over $325 million in royalty payments made to Fauci and Collins. That’s enough money to solve a lot of the problems we’re facing due to the pandemic. But where did it all go? Unfortunately, the records don’t provide specific payment details and related licenses. It seems like they’re doing their best to keep this shady business under wraps.

Senator Rand Paul, who never fails to ask the tough questions, confronted Fauci about these royalty payments. The exchange between them was nothing short of entertaining. But it’s clear that Fauci was trying to dodge the question and dance around the issue. He claimed that individuals receiving royalties are not required to disclose them. Really? Is that what we’ve come to? Our top Covid expert can profit from his own recommendations and keep it a secret?

But here’s the real kicker. In addition to the royalty payments, we now know that Fauci received 37 payments from three entities between 2010 and 2021. And who were these entities? Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Ancell Corp., and Chiron Corp. Coincidentally, after acquiring Chiron, Novartis received significant NIH funds. It seems like Fauci had a pretty cozy relationship with these companies. And let’s not forget that Fauci was the highest-paid federal worker with a salary of $480,000. Not too shabby for someone who’s supposed to be serving the American people, huh?

Collins, on the other hand, received 21 payments from four different firms between 2010 and 2018. The most notable was GeneDx, a genetic research company. It’s interesting to see how these payments align with federal contracts and funding. It’s clear that there are some questionable connections and potential conflicts of interest at play here.

What’s even more concerning is that the names and license numbers for each payment were initially withheld by the NIH. It was only after legal action that this information was finally released. This information is crucial in understanding the extent of these individuals’ conflicts of interest and whether there are any public health concerns associated with their financial gains.

It’s time for Fauci and Collins to be held accountable for their actions. We deserve transparency and honesty from our top health officials, especially during a crisis like this. The American people have suffered enough, and the last thing we need is to see our supposed experts profiting off our pain and suffering. It’s time for a thorough investigation into these royalty payments and the potential conflicts of interest they present. Our health and well-being should always come first, not someone’s personal financial gain.

Written by Staff Reports

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