Leon County, Florida School Board Member Roseanne Wood recently claimed in a Facebook post that Governor Ron DeSantis’ children were enrolled in a school which reinstated a mask mandate for students.
“I just got word through the listserv at Maclay – where Ron DeSantis is sending his children – has rescinded their opt-out policy and is requiring masks of all people on campus for the beginning of school,” the post said. “Wise decision! Safety first.”
However, in an edited version of the Facebook post, she said she was “spreading misinformation.”
“I just got word through the listserv at Maclay – has rescinded their opt-out policy and is requiring masks of all people on campus for the beginning of school,” the amended post says. “Wise decision! Safety first.
UPDATE: I have been told that I was misinformed and that Ron DeSantis children are not enrolled. I apologize for spreading misinformation.”
Wood’s attempt to dox DeSantis’ children comes after she also said she tested positive for COVID, and blamed the unmasked, unvaccinated individuals who attended a July 27 school board meeting to express their displeasure at the prospect of mask mandates for Leon County’s public schools.
“They wanted to tell us about freedom and liberty,” Wood said. “I just want to tell them I need my freedom and liberty and happiness which means to be healthy.”
Doxing individuals and publicly releasing their private information has become a recent trend among left-leaning officials and journalists.
Activist Peter Vroom publicly doxed Catholic nuns who attended a rally of former President Donald J. Trump. Vroom released the name and location of their convent last October.
In 2019, Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims (D-182) offered $100 to his online audience if they are able to publicly identify the names of three teenage girls praying outside of a Planned Parenthood facility in Philadelphia.
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