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Residents of Sarasota are calling for the resignation of Bridget Ziegler, a school board member and co-founder of Moms for Liberty, following a scandal involving her husband’s removal from the Florida Republican Party.

Ziegler and her husband were involved in a controversy, including allegations of a threesome and illegal recording.

Despite public demands, Ziegler has refused to resign, prompting heated criticism during a recent school board meeting.

“You couldn’t even muster up an apology. Don’t you think you owe us that, at least? An apology for your lies, for your political theater, for victimizing our children, for being a first-rate hypocrite, and for making Sarasota a national embarrassment in the media,” mother Jennifer Bowles said.

While some community members expressed support for Ziegler, others strongly called for her resignation, citing her alleged hypocrisy and negative impact on the community.

“I hope she does not give in. We need her. She is the only one who has put children first,” resident Larry Wilson said.

“You could have helped these kids who are questioning who they are, but no,” Seneca Bristol said. “You stopped caring for the students. I don’t even think you ever did care. Bridget, resign today.”

“Taking topics such as racism, gender studies, and human rights out of the classroom does not take these issues out of the real world,” one student said.

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