“Dorky” Sen. Roger Marshall invents vapid acronym for anti-Fauci law

The GOP lawmaker plans to unveil the “FAUCI” law, which stands for — wait for it — financial accountability for people on one-time pay, a Marshall spokesperson told The Hill on Thursday.

The Fauci Act “would require the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) website to provide the financial records of administration officials like Fauci and a list of those in government whose financial records are not public,” wrote The Hill.

Marshall harassed Fauci during a Senate hearing this week about his investments and demanded to know why they are not being disclosed. Fauci reminded the senator that these recordings are public and was surprised by a hot mic calling his inquisitor a “moron” for not knowing.

Marshall’s demagoguery adds to a series of Republican attacks on Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden.

Extremist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) once introduced a bill that would cut Fauci’s salary to $0. She called it the “Fire Fauci Act”.


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