The Republican lawmaker plans to unveil the “FAUCI” law, which represents – wait for it – the financial accountability of uniquely compensated individuals, a spokesperson for Marshall told The Hill Thursday.
Hill wrote that the Fauci Act “requires the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) website to provide the financial records of management officials such as Fauci and a list of those in government whose financial records are not public.”
Marshall infuriated Fauci at this week’s Senate hearing about his investments and demanded to know why they were not disclosed. Fauci reminded the senator that these records are public and was caught on a hot microphone calling his interrogator a “moron” for not knowing it.
Marshall’s grandeur adds to the string of Republican attacks on Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden.
Radical Representative Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ge) once introduced a bill that would cut Fauci’s salary to zero dollars. She called it “The Fauci Law of Fire.”