J.K. Rowling Calls Out 'Trans Activists' For Threatening to 'Rape' and 'Assassinate' Her

Abby Streetman | July 19, 2021
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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.

When Rowling shared her thoughts on only women being able to menstruate in a tweet last year hard-core trans Twitter was fuming. Despite the hatred she still managed to avoid being cancelled and continues to sell millions of copies of her Harry Potter books -- even announcing plans for a Harry Potter TV series. 

The Rowling hate train never stopped although it did slow down for a bit. But there's apparently a new Tweet jihad against her.

Related: Book Festival With ‘Cancel Culture’ Focus Cancels Harry Potter Segment'

Rowling pretty cagy, though. She screenshotted a comment on the post and quoted it in an epic clap back to the authoritarian mob that works to silence her voice but claims to support “feminism”:


Now this is the kind of entertainment that I like to see on Twitter. The hateful leftists who have worked for over a year to destroy Rowling’s career are just proving her point. If you don’t agree with left-wing insanity then you don’t get a voice and they will subtweet threats at you until their thumbs fall off or you give in.  

One angry trans-supporter tweeted at the successful author saying “I wish you a very nice pipebomb in mailbox.” To which Rowling responded, “To be fair, when you can’t get a woman sacked, arrested or dropped by her publisher, and cancelling her only made her book sales go up, there’s really only one place to go.”

Thankfully Rowling actually has a backbone, unlike most of the celebrities who have caved to the social justice warriors and embraced the idea of mutilating your body in support of mental illness. She may be a fiction, author but when it comes to transgenderism she isn’t afraid to speak the truth. 

It’s no wonder her books have done so well, Rowling really has a way with words.