By Missy Crane | January 13, 2020

I almost didn’t cover this story – not because it’s not incredibly important, but because it’s just so sad and painful and tragic.

But I opted to do it because it’s so important to shine a light on the lefts demonic hate and to remind everyone out there that you’re not alone. If you get caught up in the dark and vile web of liberal media hate, just hang on and ask for support and always know that it won’t last forever.

Those are the words of hope that I wish a young Australian man heard before tragedy struck.

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That young man was fighting for the rights of children who are being abused by the left and used as little pawns in twisted events like “Drag Queen Story Hour.” He was relentlessly bullied by the liberal media for his stand.

They shredded him and tore him to pieces.

The left ridiculed him and demonized him.

So much so that he committed suicide today.

A student who was the victim of a media demonization campaign after he protested against a ‘Drag Queen Storytime’ event in Brisbane, Australia has committed suicide.

University of Queensland president Wilson Gavin was one of a crowd of demonstrators to descend on Brisbane City Council Library during the protest on Sunday.

21-year-old Gavin can be seen on videos of the protest shouting “drag queens are not for kids.”

In a Facebook post after the protest, he said that the demonstration was a show of support for Queensland Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington, who had criticized unisex toilets, and a stand against “politically correct rubbish.”

The protest was roundly condemned by the media, Federal MPs and celebrities, including The Veronicas star Jessica Origliasso. After the event, Gavin faced personal harassment and ridicule. [Summit News]

You can watch the video of Wilson Gavin protesting drag queens below:

Large news outlets like ABC characterized the demonstration as an attack on the children, rather than a defense of their innocence, demonizing Gavin in the process.

Police were called out to an incident on Monday morning just after 7am and Gavin was found found with critical injuries having taken his own life.

Diamond Good-Rim, one of the participants of the Drag Queen Storytime event, said he was “deeply saddened from the news today” but then made reference to Facebook posts in support of him not Gavin, stating, “”The support that I have received today on social media has been phenomenal and I thank everyone for their support and kind words.”

University of Queensland senator Drew Pavlou paid tribute to Gavin, saying he was “at his core a very kind person that cared for others.”

“He was hilarious and a riot to be around, his fame will always remain legendary,” said Pavlou. [Summit News]

As a mother, this story literally breaks my heart. I can’t even imagine how his family must feel.

Please, never allow the evil and demonic left take your joy or tarnish your spirit or your fight. They are not worth that. They are darkness and our movement is from God and brings light.

We need everyone to be strong and look for support if they feel overwhelmed or backed into a corner.

There’s always support out there. People will happily stand shoulder-to-shoulder with you and fight the good fight.

I hope that Wilson was able to see and feel God’s grace before he took his last breath.

This piece originally appeared on WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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