The once conservative journal Forbes has changed. It used to promote conservative viewpoints but recently deplatformed a writer for questioning Fauci.
In early January Adam Andrzejewski questioned what Dr. Fauci’s salary and pay really is and shared this at Forbes in his regular column.
It’s not public what Dr. Fauci’s salary was last year or this year. (The latest published salary is from FY2020.)
It’s not public what stocks and bonds Dr. Fauci bought and sold in 2020 or 2021, as he influenced Covid policies.
It’s not public what Fauci received – or didn’t receive – in royalties. (There are up to 1,000 current and former NIH scientists receiving royalties.) Each payment could be a potential conflict of interest.
Yes, all this information resides with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), but isn’t “public knowledge,” despite Dr. Fauci’s claims otherwise in his sworn U.S. Senate testimony yesterday.
These facts are known because an organization I lead, OpenTheBooks.com, is suing NIH for production of those records. In fact, NIH admits it holds approximately 1,200 pages relating to Fauci’s financial information and conflict of interest disclosures.
But Forbes has changed. This past week, writer Adam Andrzejewski was fired for questioning maniac Fauci. FOX News reported:
Former Forbes contributor Adam Andrzejewski told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Monday that he was terminated from the magazine over his coverage of NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Andrzejewski described how he was targeted for being critical of Dr. Anthony Fauci and exposing his yearly earnings.
Andrzejewski shared his experience on Tucker:
Forbes used to be conservative with quality reporting surrounding government spending and more, but this publication has gone left. Their recent actions indicate they are better classified as far left.