JK Rowling is a liberal. She was once the crown jewel of the left: a feminist, pro gay woman whose wealth in the UK was only surpassed by the Queen herself. Her books were printed into more copies than any other books, except the Bible itself.

When the movie, merchandising, and theme park money came rolling in, the numbers were incredible. Universal Studios in Orlando was selling plastic sticks labeled as ‘Harry Potter’ wands at a rate of $10k a day, more than $100 each.

Then Rowling spoke out against the trannies. That began the backlash. Even the child stars whose careers are entirely owed to Rowling and her books denounced her. Now it’s official: she has been canceled, and so has the entire franchise.

I know you are thinking, “So what?” Here is why that’s important: Warner Brothers just turned their backs on a multi-billion dollar movie franchise in order to appease a demographic that is comprised of less than 2% of the population. Let that sink in.

Categories: Tranny Insanity


Bigus Macus · November 8, 2022 at 8:01 am

Ah yes, the ever-tolerant left.

Matthew · November 8, 2022 at 8:51 am

Transgenderism is a lie. Without exception, every human being that believes that they are the sex opposite their biological sex is delusional, it’s a psychosis, they are psychotic. They need help, not enablers. It’s no different than someone believing that they are a ghost or a dog or smoke. The people who are pushing this nonsense onto children are criminal abusers and they belong in prison.

Anonymous · November 8, 2022 at 10:05 am

The stories are badthink. They inspire children to decide using their own conscience to oppose evil as they recognize it, and they show a small number of children can be widely successful by doing so. Instead, what the liberals want to teach is learned helplessness. Who dares challenge the great and powerful Wizard of Oz? (woosh! woosh!) (bark! bark!)

Rowling has a pile of money, why does she need woke corporations to promote her stuff?

it's just Boris · November 8, 2022 at 12:51 pm

The comment section in the 2nd linked article (on the movies) was interesting. Yes, the series is being put on the shelf, but there were other factors at play besides Ms. Rowling’s wrongspeak; some of the starts are also having serious PR issues, and the stories themselves arguably leave much to be desired. That’s reflected in the comments section also.

Personally I thought the first “beasts” movie had its moments but wasn’t really engaging, and the sequels left me with a big case of the who-cares.

Mike_C · November 8, 2022 at 6:14 pm

“a demographic that is comprised of less than 2% of the population”

In what way is this surprising? There’s ample precedent. Under 2% of the population has a death grip on the infotainment industry (news and popular culture); and wildly disproportionate financial, legislative, judicial, and academic power.

    Joe Blow · November 9, 2022 at 4:49 pm

    Is that you Kyrie? Ye? C’mon now..
    Mel Gibson!

Anonymous · November 9, 2022 at 6:12 am

It’s nature’s way.

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