While I find myself agreeing with Shog's wonderfully written answer, I feel like there's another angle to consider.
Being upset about a decision being made is perfectly fine. Depending on the decision or decision maker, that can be par for the course. There's nothing wrong or inherently unhealthy about a disagreement.
However, when it comes to calling for someone's resignation over that disagreement, this is where things fly off the rails very quickly. It slams shut the opportunity to actually discuss anything constructively, since it's as if you have some kind of sway or position in whether or not someone here remains gainfully employed, as opposed to their employer.
If you want to talk about your disagreements...
then talk about them.
You don't have to shout or call for heads or any of that nonsense since that's going to set you waaaaay back, and leave you thoroughly unsatisfied.
I used to play a game called RuneScape. The company behind it - Jagex - has had a very colorful history of...shall we say, "unpopular" decisions. There were a few breaking points for some people which eventually wound up becoming the "we pay, we say" rallying cry.
...and that was all back the early 2010s.
I've thought about that for a long while since it kind of haunted me. Why would people putting money on the table then get to dictate how that money is spent? I wouldn't want to run a business if that's how things actually worked.
I won't deny that a consumer has considerable leverage over a company's direction, but that leverage comes strongest in the form of persuasion. A company changes its strategy if it is persuaded to do so, and even then only if it aligns with the hidden goals and vision of the company itself.
I never really got on board with that cry since it was never an actionable thing. The amount of privilege someone must have to even type something like that always stuck out to me as...silly. Ultimately, if you don't like what you're paying for, stop paying for it.
The same thing seems to be happening here. If you don't like what's going on, then you don't have to keep participating. Coming here to demand that people resign/step down/be fired is tantamount to having your cake and eating it too; recent events have forced you away from your desired path of participation, but you still participate and want others to be punished. That's a non-starter.