Report Puts Fauci’s Retirement at $350K Per Year, Biggest in US Government Pension History

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Dr. Anthony Fauci has been on the federal payroll for 55 years and he currently has no plans to retire, but when he does, a new analysis of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases director’s records shows he will get the largest pension in U.S. government history.

“Our auditors at OpenTheBooks.com estimate Dr. Fauci’s annual retirement would exceed $350,000. Thereafter, his pension and benefits would continue to increase through annual cost-of-living adjustments. Fauci has 55 years of service as a federal employee,” reports Adam Andrzejewski, founder and president of the Illinois-based foundation that boasts of posting “every dime in real time” of government spending at all levels in the United States.

Fauci’s career began at the National Institutes for Health in 1966, as part of an intramural research program known as the Yellow Berets. Then, after serving 18 months  as Chief Resident at the New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center, Fauci went back to  NIH as a top investigator. In 1984, Fauci was named director of the NIAID, his present job. The NIAID is part of NIH.

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