J.K. Rowling's Sassiest Twitter Responses Of 2017 — So Far
If you're trying to remember how to turn on the light in these dark times, J.K. Rowling's Twitter feed is a good place to start. The Harry Potter author shares news stories from around the world every day, often with commentary, and I've got the sassiest J.K. Rowling tweets of the year so far for you to enjoy below.
An outspoken progressive, Rowling frequently comes under attack from neo-Nazis and other bigots, many of whom threaten to burn her books — as if she didn't get enough of that 15 years ago. When she criticizes Donald Trump, Rowling finds herself put on blast by his supporters, who tell her to keep her British nose out of American business, in spite of the fact that U.S. politics have a huge impact on the world at large.
Although Rowling is known for her quick-witted, generally polite responses to her detractors, she's not afraid to lose the kid gloves and go HAM on a Nazi when one tries to step to her. She's the caliber of superhero we need in these awful days, and thank God and Dumbledore for her.
Check out J.K. Rowling's sassiest tweets of the year so far below, and share your favorites on Twitter!
1When She Doled Out Advice for Gryfferin Relationships
2When She Remarked on the Convenience of Compliments
3And Then Insults
4When She Was Reunited with Insulting Drunk Guy
5When She Understood Her Obligation to Call Out Lord Voldemort
6And Took It Very Seriously
7When She Reminded Us That Even Trolls Should Learn to Spell
8And When She Really Considered Taking Their Advice
9When She Gave a Spot-On Analysis of Trump's Rambling
10When She Knew a Compliment at First Sight
11When She Saw Right Through Her Husband's Disguise
12When She Spotted Someone Stating the Obvious
13When She Realized That with Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
14When She Knew That Some Things Require Not Just Magic, but a Miracle
15When Her Secret Identity Was Almost Revealed
16When She Wondered Aloud How Much Power Resides in Tiny Hands
I suppose the hand holding might have been a subtle bit of power play. May's must be bigger than Trump's.— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) January 28, 2017