I don't have a dog in this fight, I have never met him and it is highly unlikely that I will ever meet him. I will say that I don't personally think all of this drama surrounding his resignation is a good thing for the sport. He resigned. Per his statement, it was HIS CHOICE. Frankly, if he chose to step down, any and all communication should be in SUPPORT of the changes and whoever is chosen to fill that role. I understand that "his" gymnasts/ coaches may be upset, but all of this stuff on social media makes me feel unsettled. Can you imagine the pressure it would put on a kid/coach to "go along" and support him (because what if he came back?!) even if maybe they had very good reason to NOT support him? It just feels like it could silence someone or shame someone for NOT liking his methods? (not saying that anyone doesn't like him or whatever just putting it out there). It just feels too much like how people treated Nassar at his "peak"- like he was above reproach, that no one could take his place etc. And look how that turned out. Look, I don't know anything about the man, but he stepped down, and it is time to look forward. No one is untouchable, no one is irreplaceable- that is just life. Change - including change of this role- can be healthy and good- great even! Hanging on to the past in this situation is not helping the gymnasts at all- it is just creating drama. JMO- I could be wrong- heck I might be wrong.