In an organisation they decided to hire a full time scrum master to help them transition to scrum. Most of the developers onshore and offshore were new to the company's huge system, and new to scrum. Three months later, the management decided to start taking over the process in order to deliver "something" as the first crucial deadline approached, since the scrum team's velocity was not ideal and often they were dropping stories, or bringing them to the next sprint.
The management thinks that too much detail is given in trying to split down user stories and gauging the team's performance, so they will just have to take over and leave the "agility" at the side for the next couple of months until they actually deliver something.
What should the scrum master do granted that this is a management decision?