Ralph Fiennes Stands Against ‘Disturbing’ Backlash At J.K. Rowling’s ‘Transphobia’

March 18th, 2021 3:30 PM

This just in! The villainous Lord Voldemort is the good guy after all! Ralph Fiennes, Harry Potter’s Voldemort, is one of the few people not afraid to stand up to the woke mob. 

In an interview with The Telegraph, Fiennes couldn’t understand the “vitriol directed” at franchise author J.K. Rowling for simply having unpopular views. He finds cancel culture of this sort “disturbing” … he better be careful though since cancel queens are ruthless and they’ll probably come after him next. 

J.K Rowling has become a magnet for controversy of late. Back in June she vocalized her opinions on transgenderism and transgender rights and has since been deemed by the wokies as a TERF (trans exclusionary radical feminist). She supports the LGBTQ community, she just doesn’t like calling biological men "women.” Since her opinion isn’t far leftie enough, she’s been canceled. 

Fiennes is tired of the ruthless bigots and their bullying towards Rowling for having and voicing her own opinion. “I can understand the heat of an argument, but I find this age of accusation and the need to condemn irrational,” he said in the interview. The rights of individuals are important and Fiennes sees this which is why he thinks the Rowling doesn’t deserve any more beatings. 

Though Voldemort was a ruthless villain throughout the Harry Potter series, he expressed sympathy for Rowling with the situation. He stated, “I find the level of hatred that people express about views that differ from theirs, and the violence of language towards others, disturbing.”

He isn’t wrong. Rowling is entitled to her opinion and if the media mob doesn’t agree with her, they should just keep quiet rather than blast her at every opportunity. 

Luckily, in terms of the Harry Potter cast, Fiennes wasn’t completely alone in solidarity with Rowling. Robbie Coltrane, who played Rubeus Hagrid in the series, thought SJWs should just “carry on” and that “there’s a whole Twitter generation of people who hang around waiting to be offended.” Wokies are bored and consistently make something out of nothing.  

Yet, in probable fear of cancelation, many of the Harry Potter cast condemned Rowling back in June. Daniel Radcliffe (Harry) said that “transgender women are women,” Emma Watson (Hermonie) thought that transgender people “are who they say they are” and Rupert Grint (Ron) “firmly stand(s) with the transgender community.” What fans fail to realize is that like these three cast members, Rowling as well as Fiennes are entitled to their own views and don’t deserve the constant hate for the same crime of voicing their opinions. 

Thank heavens Fiennes stood up to the blasphemy of cancel culture but he should be warned that he may face it too. Rowling’s character development for Voldemort left him as a feared face in the wizarding world and now, he might be a feared face for the wokies online as well.