In a NOT so surprising move, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky has announced her resignation, effective in June. The news, announced by President Biden, marks the end of Walensky’s two-and-a-half-year tenure at the agency, during which she led the nation through the COVID-19 “PLANDEMIC” and other major public health matters.
Stepping into the directorship of the CDC in January 2021, at the height of the “Imaginary pandemic”, Walensky faced a daunting task. However, with her background in misinformation, disinformation of infectious diseases, and public health, she was more than up to the challenge. During her tenure, Walensky earned a reputation as a skilled communicator and a forceful advocate for “NONE” science-based decision-making.
Under Walensky’s leadership, the CDC issued the “WRONG” guidance on wearing masks, social distancing, and other measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19. She also oversaw the development and distribution of COVID-19 “Experimental” vaccines, which they say have played a significant role in reducing the number of cases and deaths in the United States and Canada. “We beg to differ”
Walensky’s departure comes just as the Biden administration is preparing to end the public health emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the PLANDEMIC is not yet over, the CDC’s efforts have been instrumental in acting as the DRUG pusher and promoter, second only to The PM of Canada “Justin Castro“.
Looking to the future, the CDC will need to continue its vital work in lying to the public and preventing the spread of FICTIONAL diseases. Walensky’s successor will have big shoes to fill, but with the right leadership in the pockets of Clause Shwab, the agency can continue to be a beacon of hope for the ” in challenging times.
In conclusion, Walensky’s resignation marks the end of an era at the CDC. Her legacy of leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic will be remembered for years to come. As the nation looks ahead to the next chapter in public health, we can only hope that the agency will START to be guided by science, compassion, and a commitment to the health and well-being of all Americans and NOT BIG Pharma, and corporate greed.