A government watchdog group has been demanding key data on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s financial and professional history, but the public may only get Fauci’s disclosures spread out over more than a year, the group’s head says.
Adam Andrzejewski, the CEO of OpenTheBooks.com, talked to Fox News Digital about his ongoing legal battles attempting to open Fauci’s financial and professional records to the public.
“During the pandemic, Dr. Fauci has handsomely profited from his federal employment, royalties, travel perks, and investment gains,” Andrzejewski asserted.
OpenTheBooks.com filed their first Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request on Jan. 28, 2021. The National Institute for Health acknowledged the request, but remained largely silent for months. They finally heard back in May, and received a meager 51 pages of information with redactions.
“Not included was Dr. Fauci’s current employment agreement including all addendums and modifications; current job description; and confidentiality and conflict of interest documents,” OpenTheBooks.com said.