Original Article By Brandon Morse At RedState.com:
Harry Potter author JK Rowling is likely one of the most hated individuals by the transgender activist movement but she’s consistently been the one famous person they couldn’t cancel.
In fact, the last time they tried to punish her success, the Harry Potter world-based game “Hogwarts Legacy” became one of the best-selling video games of all time and immediately triggered the creation of a sequel and live-action television show.
This happened thanks to a complete lack of self-awareness from Rowling’s detractors who claim to be on the right side of history while demonstrating some of the worst qualities seen from dictators of the past.
Rowling recently addressed this lack of self-awareness from the trans mafia and their leftist allies. Rowling said she’s constantly getting messages from her haters telling her that she’s just like the bad guys she wrote into her books.
The “Death Eaters,” as they’re called, are a neo-fascist group of wizards and witches that have the very Nazi-like habits of wanting to keep bloodlines pure and subjugate everyone who doesn’t equal up to that purity.
Rowling addressed this claim in a recent episode of “The Witch Trials of J.K. Rowling” by The FreePress:
‘I am constantly told I don’t understand my own books and I am constantly told that I have betrayed my own books,’ she said.
‘My position is that I am absolutely upholding the positions I took in Potter.
‘My position is that this activist movement in the form it is currently taking echoes the very thing I was warning against in Harry Potter.’
Rowling further compared her online haters to the Death Eaters in her books who had dedicated their lives to serving villainous Lord Voldemort.
‘The Death Eaters claimed, “We have been made to live in secret, and now is our time, and any who stand in our way must be destroyed. If you disagree with us, you must die,”‘ she argued.
‘They demonised and dehumanised those who were not like them.’
Despite the fact that Rowling’s enemies are incredibly loud, her supporters are far greater in number. The author noted that she receives messages all the time supporting her for speaking out against the tyranny of the activist mobs and their allies. She’s vowed to continue to fight for women everywhere against this transgender movement that has wormed its way into very influential parts of society.
“I do not see this particular movement as either benign or powerless, so I’m afraid I stand with the women who are fighting to be heard against threats of loss of livelihood and threats to their safety,” she said.
Rowling is increasingly becoming more known for her resistance to the mob and the transgender activist movement’s intrusion into women’s spaces than being the author of the Harry Potter series, but Rowling continues to demonstrate the need for this kind of fight, and her opponents continue to demonstrate the need for people to resist their very “Death Eater” approach to subjugating everyone who isn’t like them.