Are you done yet?
Who is Christine Grady?
Why.... she works at the NIH. She's a medical type - well, sort of. She's got a BS in nursing, and went on to get a PhD in philosophy from Georgetown.
Notice that she's claimed, on the NIH site, to be a "Doctor." That's an intentionally misleading claim. She does not have a doctorate in medicine. She's a nurse, from a medical perspective. There's an argument that anyone with a PhD is a "Doctor" but when you say "doctor" in the context of medicine you're not talking about holding a PhD in philosophy. Don't get me wrong -- nursing is a great profession and nurses have a decent amount of medical knowledge, obviously -- but they're not doctors.
She serves as the chief in charge of "bioethics." In other words, the person who gets to make decisions on exceptions to the FDA rules when it comes to things like drugs and *******s, along with other exceptions to the normal, allegedly-transparent process that is supposed to take place before drugs and other things get into the American marketplace.
If you read her NIH page you will also find something quite-curious. There's no mention of her personal life. That, standing alone, is not uncommon among professional listings. After all, one's personal life isn't really connected to professional credentials and achievements -- most of the time.
But in this case, the omission appears to be rather intentional.
You see, according to reports, which are now circulating around social media, she's Anthony Fauci's wife.
Who is the director of NIAID, a division of the NIH.
Who was appointed to said position in 1984.
Approximately one year before he married the person who now gets to make exceptions to the rules and transparency, who works for the same government agency that he works for, and from which position in said government he "advises" people, including now President Trump, on the path "forward" where and when such transparency and required scientific proof can be exempted.
Gee, why do I hear echoes of Vader with his hand out talking about "father and son", except this time it's "husband and wife"?
Exactly how much attention has this received in the media and Congress again and exactly how did all that happen?