Quebec’s top doc and “Bad Boy” Dr. Horacio Arruda has resigned from his post as public health director, where he’s served for nearly 12 years and with an iron fist during Covid-19.
Arruda submitted a letter of resignation to Premier Francois Legault today saying recent comments about the credibility of his and his team’s advice have “eroded the public’s trust and adhesion” and weighed in on his decision to step down.
Quebec is currently undergoing a 10pm – 5am curfew, despite the “success” of its coercive Covid-19 vaccine mandates that saw 10,573 new cases reported today.
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I’ve noticed people in key positions being replaced during the past 2+ Covid era usually ends up being someone worse for the people.
I am optimistic, but I feel the same. When the previous CMOH retired in Ontario (Williams), I was pretty pumped, as I know he’s a puppet and a bureaucrat and had nothing good to say about the narrative. But Moore is somewhat worse, as he seems like he needs to say something about anything, and it’s always bad… what happened to the Doctors who remember their oath to the public? Where are they?
That POS Moore is on Pfizer’s payroll. Look it up.
I have to agree with you. It’s as if there is an unseen power (NWO or UN puppets) being put into play to replace these people. They weren’t good in the first place but the UN puppets are 10x worse and fixated on totalitarianism.