Another Resignation Rocks The White House. People Are Jumping Ship
In light of the border crisis and the influx of refugees from Afghanistan the chief of staff to the Department of Homeland Security, Karen Olick has decided to resign.
Olick plans to leave the DHS at the end the month. Mayorkas told DHS officials that Olick “has decided to resign her position and pursue new opportunities. We are grateful to Karen for her service during the critical first nine months of the new Administration.”
Olick is leaving amid the massive flow of illegal migrants across the border and the influx of refugees from Afghanistan. The DHS has been rocked and she doesn’t feel like being the scapegoat.
Recently, two of the FDA’s top vaccine experts, Philip Krause and Marion Gruber resigned because they did not agree with Biden’s plan for a third booster.
Along with numerous other scientist the two wrote in a peer reviewed paper that “current evidence does not, therefore, appear to show a need for boosting in the general population, in which efficacy against severe disease remains high:”
Current evidence does not, therefore, appear to show a need for boosting in the general population, in which efficacy against severe disease remains high. Even if humoral immunity appears to wane, reductions in neutralising antibody titre do not necessarily predict reductions in vaccine efficacy over time, and reductions in vaccine efficacy against mild disease do not necessarily predict reductions in the (typically higher) efficacy against severe disease.
Nine months into the Biden administration and officials are like rats jumping out of a sinking ship.
It has also been rumored that Secretary of State Anthonly Blinken may also be forced to resign after his testimony before Congress was a complete disaster.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken testifies that there are about 100 Americans left in Afghanistan who have communicated they want to leave the country pic.twitter.com/RSikGIZXUf
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 13, 2021