There has been a lot in the global news media recently about the new President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, and the highly controversial things he is alleged to have said in the past.
Some quotes are attributed to him in a 2018 New York Times article. For example:
In June 2011, he said he would “rather his son die in a car accident than be gay,”
However, in discussions about this on social media, I've seen several Brazilians claim that it's "fake news", that he isn't really homophobic or racist, and that these news articles are just a "globalist scam" to discredit him.
Portuguese isn't a language I speak, so I'm having trouble verifying the original sources and context of this quote.
Can anyone point to the original source of this quote?