CDC Director Rochelle Walensky has resigned from her position.
“Dr. Walensky has saved lives with her steadfast and unwavering focus on the health of every American. As Director of the CDC, she led a complex organization on the frontlines of a once-in-a-generation pandemic with honesty and integrity. She marshalled our finest scientists and public health experts to turn the tide on an urgent crises we’ve faced,” a statement from Joe Biden read.
“Dr. Walensky leaves CDC a stronger institution, better positioned to confront health threats and protect Americans. We have all benefited from her service and dedication to public health, and I wish her the best in her next chapter.”
That entire statement is laughable.
Walensky resigns as CDC Director: pic.twitter.com/xiw0zQGpur
— David Lim (@davidalim) May 5, 2023
Walensky’s last day as CDC Director will be June 30th.
An interim director wasn’t immediately named.
Walensky's last day will be June 30, CDC officials said, and an interim director wasn’t immediately named https://t.co/zjUu2YnEJQ
— TIME (@TIME) May 5, 2023
TIME reported that Walensky is making a transition now that the COVID-19 plandemic is over.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, submitted her resignation Friday, saying the waning of the COVID-19 pandemic was a good time to make a transition.
Walensky’s last day will be June 30, CDC officials said, and an interim director wasn’t immediately named. She sent a resignation letter to President Joe Biden and announced the decision at a CDC staff meeting.
Walensky, 54, has been the agency’s director for a little over two years. In her letter to Biden, she expressed “mixed feelings” about the decision and didn’t say exactly why she was stepping down, but said the nation is at a moment of transition as emergency declarations come to an end.
“I have never been prouder of anything I have done in my professional career,” she wrote.
Could this be another case of rats fleeing the sinking ship?
As more evidence of the crimes perpetuated on humanity is exposed, COVID tyrants have walked back the authoritarian narrative regarding lockdowns, masks, and experimental shots.
With the truth is coming out @CDCDirector Rochelle Walensky has resigned.
She oversaw one of the largest mass murders in recorded history. Using rigged studies and bold faced lies, she lead the CDC to use fraud to cover their crimes.
Justice is coming.https://t.co/a3TEWcC44M
— Green Eggs-n-Sam (@HamEggsnSam) May 5, 2023
Hear me out: @JoeBiden fired @CDCDirector in order to try to slow @RobertKennedyJr's surge in the polls. It's not gonna work. But it's interesting that Joe is already throwing the Covidians overboard to try to rescue his faltering campaign.
— Toby Rogers, Ph.D., M.P.P. (@uTobian) May 5, 2023
#BREAKING: Rochelle Walensky, director of the @CDCgov, resigned from her position on Friday, citing the waning of the COVID-19 pandemic as a good opportunity to begin a transition of power.https://t.co/KDu9IrC3tt
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 5, 2023
The Washington Examiner added:
Walensky served as an infectious disease specialist at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. She had no experience running a governmental health agency until being sworn in as the CDC’s director in 2021.
Her tenure during the pandemic had its ups and downs. Walensky said in spring 2021 that fully vaccinated people could stop wearing masks in many spaces, but reversed course as the new delta variant began to spread across the nation. In December 2021, the CDC also released new guidelines, shortening isolation and quarantine time frames, which caught many people by surprise.
The Biden administration is finally ending the COVID-19 public health emergency on May 11th.
On Friday, the World Health Organization announced COVID-19 is no longer a “global health emergency.”
"It is therefore with great hope that I declare #COVID19 over as a global health emergency.
However, that does not mean COVID-19 is over as a global health threat.
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) May 5, 2023