Written by Mikael Thalen, the article says that right-wing Twitter was “expressing outrage” over an Instagram post that shows Posobiec traveling to Disneyworld with his children before he announced his decision to boycott the company due to its protest against Florida's anti-groomer law, which left-wing activists have termed the “Don't Say Gay” bill.
“Posobiec's supporters were in for a shock on Thursday after it was discovered that their far-right hero had taken his family to Disney World in Florida just last month,” Thalen wrote. “In a March 24 Instagram post from Posobiec's wife, the conspiracy theorist can be seen posing with his wife and two children in front of the park's Cinderella Castle.”
“Users have since flooded the post with questions over why the supposedly anti-Disney crusader was spending his time and money at the company's flagship park,” said the official.
Daily Dot published photos of Posobiec's family and wife, purported to show that he was in Disney World.
While this Instagram post was posted on March 24, it's not clear when exactly he went to the theme park. According to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (R) press secretary, Christina Pushaw, it was several months prior to the election.
Posobiec is leading the fight against Disney since the company's Chief Executive Bob Chapek publicly denounced the Florida law on the advice of his LGBTQ employees. Twitter even banned Posobiec's account after he referenced Disney by the name of “Groomers.”
The wife of Posobiec, Tanya, responded to some of the criticisms of the family's excursion to Disneyworld on her Instagram account.
“I must say, I regret this decision. No one is perfect,” she stated.
“This could be our first and last picture in Disney,” she told another user.