Eden Gordon Hill Interviews Defender of Parental Rights and School Board Candidate Bridget Ziegler | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Eden Gordon Hill with Defenders Live provided weekly special features that focus on the greatness of America. Bridget Ziegler, Candidate for Sarasota County School Board, talked about Parental Rights in the State of Florida. Ziegler won her primary on Tuesday, August 23, 2022 in Sarasota County, endorsed by America’s Governor, Ron DeSantis and is fighting with Moms for Liberty to prevent the indoctrination and infiltration of CRT and Transgender agenda in the Florida school systems.

Eden Gordon Hill interviews Bridget Ziegler, Candidate for Sarasota County School Board, here: Below.


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