JD Vance signs a pledge to defend Dr. Fauci

Dr. Anthony Fauci

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Ohio Republican Senate candidate When Hill Billy Elegy Author JD Vance Tweet On Saturday, he signed a pledge that, if elected, would uphold the law against Dr. Anthony Fauci, a White House medical adviser.

The “Michael Knowles Federal Public Health Pledge” is the brainchild of Michael Knowles, a conservative commentator who co-sponsors the podcast. verdict With Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas).

The pledge looks like this:

“Me, [blank]Pledge to state or federal taxpayers [blank] And to the American people I do:

“1.) Vote for Dr. Anthony Fauci on the subpoena to investigate corrupt activities that he may be attending the party …

“2.) Sponsor and vote on a bill to reduce the salary of Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Chief Medical Advisor of the US President, to $ 0.00.”

according to ForbesFauci earns $ 434,312 in 2020, Highest wage employee Throughout the federal government.

Signed document, its Vance His tweet contains an image, dated February 4th.

Knowles announced on Twitter on February 1 that he would not vote for the 2022 federal candidate who does not promise Dr. Forch’s investigation and defense, and you should not.

Other Republican signatories include Senator Candidate Alabama Katie BritNorth Carolina House Candidate Bo HinesAnd Arizona House Candidates Walter black man..

Fauci has repeatedly expressed frustration with the enormous amount of Partisan’s resentment he attracts.Last month he was caught Tweet Senator Richard Burr (R-Kan.), Who put pressure on Fauci about his personal finances, was hot Mike saying he was “Moron.”Early in the day, Fauci Accused Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) Engaged in “distorting everything about me” and “personal attacks.”

Fauci has been criticized many times, including 1 weekRyan CooperMake misleading statements about COVID.

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