"There is a multi-layered strategy, funded by taxpayers, to keep taxpayers in the dark about how NIH is spending taxpayer money," Andrzejewski is quoted as saying to Epoch TV's "American Thought Leaders."
OpenTheBooks.com discovered that Fauci received a permanent pay bump in the early 2000s as part of an alleged plan to prevent him from leaving the government. Prior to that, Fauci appears to have been creating AIDS bioweapons since infecting people with deadly diseases is apparently his specialty.
On Jan. 28, 2021, OpenTheBooks.com filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to learn more about Fauci's dirty history, including what he supposedly does at the government, as well as disclosure documents and other papers. In response, the NIH produced 51 pages of records but did not provide any additional documents.
The NIH also failed to produce records in response to two other requests from the group for documents related to Fauci, according to a lawsuit that was filed in federal court.
"They're not complying with open records law," Andrzejewski said, adding that dozens of other groups have also filed lawsuits because of this.
U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta, an Obama appointee, has ordered the parties to try to work out a solution on their own. The NIH has also agreed to produce about 300 pages per month, however Andrzejewski said that "virtually nothing of value" is contained within any of them, in many cases because they are mostly redacted.
If the NIH is allowed to redact the very information being requested, then what good is that information? The answer is that it is no good, and that is precisely what Andrzejewski aims to draw attention to with this process.
Andrzejewski used to contribute to Forbes but was removed because of his reporting on Fauci, which exposed the weasel for some of his crimes against humanity. Andrzejewski wrote that he expected to see waivers for conflicts of interest, including a waiver regarding Fauci's wife Christine Grady because she is the current chief bioethics official at the NIH.
"We shouldn't be having to engage in expensive litigation to open the books on Dr. Anthony Fauci or even to call for a nice repository of all the ethical studies from his wife, Christine Grady," Andrzejewski said, noting that all requested documents "should be immediately released by the NIH."
"All of this should be opened up. And this has public policy implications. If the Republicans take control of the House, there is going to be endless oversight investigations of this entire COVID-19 response, with Dr. Fauci at the nexus of that hurricane. And so right now, they should get out in front of all of it and just open the books on everything, so the politicians, the pundits, the media, the people, so we can see how the sausage was made from A to Z."
There is no question that Fauci is up to his ears in crime, and that is why the NIH refuses to honor these requests in accordance to the law. At some point, however, he will have to pay the piper, and may that day come soon.
"So what???" asked a skeptical commenter at the Epoch Times about all of this. "Nothing is going to be done about it."
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