News the major media don't want you to see: 'A dead man in drag, drugs, dildos, and 4 kids' discovered in housing project apartment

Apparently as a counterpart to the ongoing lavish media attention paid to "Pride Month," a media black hole has opened up and swallowed a horrifying story of four children, ages five to ten, rescued from a transsexual sex party in a Boston housing project that turned deadly.  Nary a word about it from monarchs of mainstream media, including the hometown Boston Globe.  But the always lively Boston Herald either didn't get the memo or didn't care.

Matthew Medsger and Joe Dwinell write:

Four children living in squalid conditions while being hidden from first responders were found in an apartment filled with "alcohol, drugs, sex toys" and a dead man, according to an incident report and outraged officials.

"This is sickening," said At-Large City Councilor Michael Flaherty. "I was informed by people at the scene that there were drugs, alcohol, sex toys all around the apartment as well as a dead body on the floor."

That fire department report, obtained by the Herald and confirmed by police response, states that a BFD crew was sent to Old Colony Avenue Saturday morning for a call that a man had gone into cardiac arrest and required medical attention. That address is the Mary Ellen McCormack Housing complex run by the city.

However, according to the incident report, firefighters found more than just a routine medical emergency.

"The apartment was in extremely unsanitary conditions. Approximately 6 adults, who appeared to be males, were seen in the apartment," they wrote, saying they subsequently found "four children in the back bedroom being hidden by an adult male from first responders."

According to the incident report the children ranged from ages 5 to 10.

"All of the adult parties were being uncooperative and did not provide helpful information. All adults present denied having children inside the apartment," they wrote.

Fire crews say they filed a "51A form with the appropriate state agency."

A 51A form is available for download from the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families and is titled "Report of Child(ren) Alleged to be Suffering from Abuse or Neglect." (snip)

Multiple sources tell the Herald some of the adults were dressed as women when first responders arrived at the scene.

David Strom sums it up at Hot Air:

The picture is pretty clear: a pedophilic sex ring having a drug-fueled party and things go horribly wrong — as if everything in that sentence isn’t horribly wrong. (snip)

Of course, what happened in that apartment in Boston wasn't exactly Drag Queen Story Hour, but it wasn't exactly as far away from it as the proponents of this sick practice would like you to think. We have already moved from men dressed up as female clowns fully clothed in libraries to men prancing around in skimpy lingerie twerking in front of children, and the entire Leftward side of the country is applauding.

A Drag Queen story hour.

Parents take their children to these shows, and governments and corporations sponsor them.

Already we have seen photos and videos of drag queens exposing their genitals to children, and bare buttocks are de rigueur these days. School librarians are already handing out books that instruct middle-school students how to get a Grindr account and use it to meet up with "tricks."

The sexualization of young children is a heinous crime that until very recently was regarded as meriting the severest of punishment.  And yet now, we have a full court press from schools, NGOs, government agencies (even the U.S. military with its Drag Queen Story Hours), and corporations pushing us in this direction.  The result found in that disgusting Boston apartment is one of many inevitable consequences of this institutionalized madness.

God help us, we are destroying our children, who are our future.

Photo credit: Jennifer RiccardCC BY-SA 4.0 license.

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