Dr. Anthony Fauci Is In Line To Take The ‘Biggest Federal Retirement’ In History

There are many reasons to dislike Dr. Anthony Fauci, but who can forget his ludicrous pronouncements during the pandemic? Remembering how he lied about the National Institutes of Health supporting gain of function studies on the virus he’s been using to make our lives hell?

Not to mention how he stoked fears of an AIDS epidemic that never materialized. “No one will know what they’re talking about if they go up and condemn science,” he remarked, hinting that most Americans are somewhat illiterate. Millions of physicians and researchers worldwide participate in science. It is seldom settled and is not embodied in a single bureaucracy.

Moreover, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) was paid $434,312 in 2020, up from $417,608 the previous year. Dr. Anthony Fauci was named the highest-paid government employee for the second year in a row. He won the president’s respect, four-star generals, and nearly 4.3 million of his coworkers.

You may earn 80% of your high-3 average pay, plus sick leave credit, the highest benefit you may acquire from CSRS. Dr. Anthony Fauci has more than doubled the required professional experience of ten years. He might have gotten an extra $8,344 every year if he had retired last year.

According to papers obtained by Open the Books, Dr. Anthony Fauci earned a 68 percent wage raise between 2004 and 2007. He’ll continue to get raises at least until 2020. He told ABC earlier this month, “There’s no way he’s walking away from this until they have everything under control.”

He’s been at the top of the list for more than two decades, and his retirement numbers are only expected to rise. Forbes states, “Few could honestly suggest that someone who has served in the federal government for about 55 years is in it for the money.”