Dr. Fauci has announced he’ll retire in 2024 no matter who is president.
The news came out during an interview with CNN’s Jim Acosta this week after an earlier report said Dr. Fauci told others he would retire if Donald Trump is re-elected in 2024.
“Well, I’m not going to get involved in any politics about who is or isn’t in the White House,” Fauci said.
“By the way, by the time that happens, I think I won’t be around, no matter who the president is,” he added.
While many Americans will be glad to see Dr. Fauci out of the nation’s top healthcare job, it will come at a high cost. He is currently the highest-paid federal employee. After decades of serving in government, he’ll also receive approximately $350,000 per year in retirement.
Even with Bidenflation, that should get him through the next few years okay, right? The truth is that Fauci has a long line of questionable areas in recent years, including his NIH funded grants in Wuhan connected with both the coronavirus and monkeypox.
He may be the guy saying he’s following the science, but it looks a lot more like political science when you look at his handling of the pandemic. There’s more in the report, so check it out now in the video to be up to date on the latest.