Wilson Gavin, who was the president of the University of Queensland’s (UQ) Liberal National Club, was found dead at the age of 21 just one day after protesting a showing of “drag queen story hour.”
Gavin, who was an open homosexual, allegedly committed suicide in Brisbane’s south at a train station in his home country of Australia. A spokeswoman for the state ambulance claims that Gavin suffered from critical injuries. He was reported dead early Monday morning.
Just yesterday, Gavin led a ‘drag queens are not for kids’ rally at the Brisbane Square Library. He was one of a few dozen protesters who showed up to contest the drag queens looking to groom children in the public square, and was filmed in a face-to-face conflicts with the grotesque cross-dressers inside of the library. The clips quickly went viral, and caught the ire of the LGBT mafia.
“Bigotry is alive in Brisbane today,” wore Jess Origliasso of the Aussie pro-degeneracy pop group The Veronicas in an Instagram post.
“This morning a good friend of mine took her daughter along to a children’s story telling event by two gorgeous Drag Queens, when a screaming group of UQ (University of Queensland) young Libs stormed the event, causing chaos and distress to children and everybody there,” wrote Origliasso, who is engaged to a transgender male.
“I am absolutely furious. Our world is in need of love & healing, now more than ever. What they did today was add to the bigotry, division and trauma young children are left to face in today’s society,” she added. “Do you know what’s not for kids? Deliberately distressing and terrifying children and their carers.”
Following Gavin’s untimely death, the drag queens who he faced off against issued statements expressing their condolences for him.
“My thoughts and deep condolences are with his family and friends at this tragic time,” said drag queen Diamond Good-Rim.
“We all need to band together at this awful, difficult time. Please, if any of you are feeling affected in any way by these recent events, reach out for support,” he added.
“If the family are reading this please know that I support you, and I am here to gather support and I know you are good people,” said drag queen Johnny Valkyrie.
“To those of you who follow me, if you require support please reach out to community services and hotlines which are freely available to the community,” he added.
While it is possible that Gavin may have killed himself, it is also possible that he received the Epstein treatment from an LGBT movement that has grown more bold in their totalitarianism as their foothold grows in the West.
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