May 10, 2022
$350M in Secret Payments Were Sent to Dr. Fauci Over a 10-year Span
By Roman Balmakov
According to a treasure trove of new documents recently uncovered by a nonprofit watchdog group, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins alongside other scientists at the NIH received an estimated $350 million worth of secret, undisclosed royalty payments.
Contrary to its disclaimer that “the CDC does not accept commercial support”, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) reported, in 2015, that “the CDC does receive millions of dollars in industry gifts and funding, both directly and indirectly.”
A petition filed in 2019 by several watchdog groups contends that the CDC’s assertion that it is free from influence peddling and has “no financial interests or other relationships with the manufacturers of commercial products” are “indisputably false.”
The petition states the CDC, “knows the claims are false because it has procedures to address from whom and under what circumstances it accepts millions of dollars from contributors, including manufacturers of commercial products.”
This allegation is supported by multiple examples from the CDC’s own Active Program’s Report.
For instance, Pfizer Inc. contributed $3.435 million since 2016 to the CDC Foundation for a program on the prevention of Cryptococcal disease. Major sources of cash for the Foundation include:
- GAVI Alliance
- Bloomberg Philanthropies
- Fidelity Investments
- Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust
- Microsoft Corporation
- Imperial College London
- Johns Hopkins University
- Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
- Johnson & Johnson Foundation
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
“The NIH is a dark money pit.” ~ Sen. Marsha Blackburn
“Fauci and the NIH have repeatedly abused the trust of the American people.
“From lying about gain of function research to walking back claims about COVID-19, this latest allegation is just another nail in the coffin of the integrity of our public health system.
“Dr. Fauci should have been fired a long time ago, and that remains true today,” ~ Rep. Buddy Carter