JK Rowling Falsely Claims Trump Avoided Wheelchair-Bound Boy

According to the “Harry Potter” author and a conveniently edited video, as Trump was taking the stage he avoided shaking the hand of a young boy in a wheelchair.

Rowling went on a Twitter rant about the “stunning moment,” claiming Trump avoided the child “as though frightened he might catch his condition.”

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  • Clink9

    Trump is literally Voldemort.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Watching her either a) don a burqa under pain of death, b) get beheaded or c) flee the country in about 5 years will be entertaining. I suspect she’ll choose a) and participate in a mass burning of her own books because they promote zionists sorcery or some such bullshit.

    • I think option C is more her speed.

      • Tooth&Claw

        There is no longer anywhere to flee to.

        • White rich people like her can build compounds to keep out the coloured riff-raff.

  • Millie_Woods

    Slightly OT. Rowling is a hypocrite bitch. The Harry Potter movies were total fantasy so it would have been a great time to blend in some POC to better reflect Britain’s ‘diversity’. But the cast of the Harry Potter movies were as white as Dunkirk, which in reality was a totally White operation. She needs to be called out on her racist shit.

    • Editor

      You had me at ” Rowling is a hypocrite bitch”.

    • Frances

      Actually, there were non-whites who had speaking roles. Think the ?Patel sisters who were Ron’s and Harry’s dates on their first dance. And there were others around. Agreed, though, the main characters were old-stock British.

      • Millie_Woods

        I’ve never seen any of the movies, I just googled ‘Harry Potter cast’. With the exception of one off-white guy they were all as white as Julian Assange. In no way a reflection of today’s British demographics. Yet nobody complained.

        • RottyLover

          I have never read a single potter book.

          • Millie_Woods

            Me either. I grew out of witches and wizards sometime in middle school.

          • Maggat

            I never have, now let’s talk Winnie The Pooh.

        • Clink9

          My daughters were the perfect age for Harry Potter books and movies when they came out. So they read all the books, went to all the movies and we bought all the DVD’s.

          The movies are pretty good for kids but Rowling is a loon.

          That stuff hasn’t seemed to have bled into the books or films.

          • Millie_Woods

            Yes, as you said, for kids.

  • What a silly little hack she is.

    It bothers me that so bad a writer can make the money she has.

    • Editor

      You can’t deny the popularity of her stuff but how that translates into me caring about a british children’s author’s demonstrable lies about the American President escapes me. Her political opinions are irrelevant.

      • Because she is a part of the elite and thinks that her opinions matter.

        • Editor

          You hit the nail on the head there. “Thinks” her opinions matter.

  • Clausewitz

    Seems the Queen of Fantasy Literature has a problem with reality.

  • mikeh420

    Remember, Rowling is a fiction writer.