GEORGIA -- The mayor of Bloomingdale, Ben Rozier, was asked by city council to tender his resignation after they saw his controversial post on privilege that was posted on Facebook, but has since been deleted.

Bloomingdale city council wants Mayor Rozier to resign immediately. The city council posted on their Facebook page the following statement, saying they do not "condone or endorse any single or collective posts" from from the mayor.

A later report suggests that Mayor Rozier does plan to resign today.

Rozier's post had criticized the unemployed and those living on public assistance for owning expensive items such as $200 sneakers and $300 headphones.

It was a rant on privilege that said the following:

What is privilege?....
"Privilege is wearing $200 sneakers when you've never had a job.
"Privilege is wearing $300 Beats headphones while living on public assistance.
"Privilege is having a Smartphone with a Data plan which you receive no bill for.
"Privilege is living in subsidized housing where you don't have a water bill, where rising property taxes and rents and energy costs have absolutely no effect on the amount of food you can put on your table.
"Privilege is the ability to go march against, and protest anything that triggers you without worrying about calling out of work and the consequences that accompany such behavior.
"Privilege is having as many children as you want, regardless of your employment status, and [to] be able to send them off to daycare or school you don't pay for.
"Privilege is sending your kids to school early for the before-school programs and breakfast, and then keeping them there for the after-school program...paid for by the people who DO HAVE TO DEAL WITH RISING TAXES AND COSTS! ...you know, us so-called 'PRIVILEGED' the ones who pay while you TAKE TAKE TAKE! (The Blaze)