'Trans Activists' Threaten to 'Rape' and 'Assassinate' J.K. Rowling

July 19th, 2021 4:31 PM

J.K. Rowling can now be deemed the queen of owning (a certain segment of) libs on Twitter. The liberal author's sarcasm and refusal to back down to the far-left trans nuts has made them even crazier, but she is firing back once again.

Ralph Fiennes Won't Stand for ‘Disturbing’ Backlash At J.K. Rowling

March 18th, 2021 3:30 PM

This just in! The villainous Lord Voldemort is the good guy after all! Ralph Fiennes, Harry Potter’s Voldemort, is one of the few people not afraid to stand up to the woke mob. 

Round Two: J.K. Rowling Gets More Backlash on Harry Potter TV Series

January 28th, 2021 3:55 PM

Holding a grudge is one area the left thrives. This week’s “peaceful” protest includes attacks at J.K. Rowling yet again. 

'Transphobic' Rowling Roasted After News of Harry Potter TV Series

January 26th, 2021 5:45 PM

Cancel culture has thrown author J.K. Rowling into the Slytherin House once again. Back in June 2020, Rowling made a comment that only women menstruate and now with news of a potential Harry Potter TV series, fans went off with their “TERF” (trans exclusionary radical feminist) name-calling. Rowling is totally unwoke. So, she's...#canceled


Time’s Alter: Resistance to Trump is Just Like Harry Potter!

February 27th, 2020 4:36 PM
Continuing to sell her pompously titled book, The Ones We’ve Been Waiting For, millennial Time magazine journalist Charlotte Alter appeared on Wednesday’s CBS Late Show, aired early Thursday morning, to gush over members of the left-wing millennial resistance to President Trump. She even compared them to wizard heroes in the Harry Potter book and movie series.

WaPo, NYT Hype How Fictional Villain Polls Better Than GOP Candidates

June 9th, 2015 4:12 PM
The editorial page editors at the New York Times posted a Tuesday item on their blog that shamelessly played up how the main villain from the Harry Potter book series, Voldemort, has a "higher rating than six Republicans, including Jeb Bush." The Washington Post's WonkBlog "compared polling data on the presidential hopefuls with Google Consumer Survey results on the fictional characters."

Kosinski in New Row Row

July 21st, 2007 4:34 PM