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In Brief: How Fact-Finding Fauci Led to My Cancellation




The inside story of how Forbes fired columnist Adam Andrzejewski for asking questions.

“Dr. Anthony Fauci is the most highly compensated federal employee and the most visible,” writes Adam Andrzejewski. “So, it’s incumbent upon all of us to give him oversight.” Andrzejewski isn’t just some random blogger, either; he’s the founder of OpenTheBooks.com, an oversight group that has filed tens of thousands of Freedom of Information Act requests regarding government actions and especially spending.

For that work, Andrzejewski was brought on as a regular contributor to Forbes in 2014, where he “published 206 investigations while writing an estimated quarter million words on the platform.” His targets were bipartisan, outing Joe Biden, Donald Trump, and plenty of others.

Over this nearly eight year period, my articles were a-political and used hard data to fact-check Republicans, Democrats, and unelected bureaucrats. Since 2019, I published 112 articles for 13,031,558 views — an average of 116,353 views per investigation.

But then he started asking questions about Fauci.



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