The New York Times headline reads: "Palestinian Rights Investigator Says He Will Not Resign, Despite Criticism." And it quotes American Jewish Committee's UN Watch and Obama administration ambassador Eileen Donahoe as having "called for him to quit." Surprise. Falk responded: "I don't intend to resign, and there doesn't seem to be any formal initiative that is seeking my dismissal." Indeed, Falk exposes what is simply a show of jumping up and down - that consists of begging him to take action against himself. If the Obama administration was serious about getting rid of Falk, it could have introduced a no confidence resolution at the UN Human Rights Council removing him from his post, and it could have declared to other Council members that the United States intended to leave the Council if the resolution didn't pass. It could clearly explain that the United States would no longer legitimate a "human rights" body that legitimated "human rights expert" Falk. But it did none of those things. Instead, with the help of the NYT we know they're really really upset.