Leftists throw J.K. Rowling under the bus, roll over her twice, for innocuous statement on biological ‘sex’

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Singer Taylor Swift isn’t the only left-winger who’s had in recent days to learn the hard way that when you make your bed with liberal dogs, you inevitably catch some progressive-styled fleas.

Early Thursday morning, exactly a week after Swift announced she’s caught some liberal fleas, virulently far-left, anti-Trump author J.K. Rowling made the potentially fatal, career-destroying mistake of posting a tweet in defense of biological science on gender.

Look:

Congratulations, Miss Rowling, because you’re officially cancelled.

While the tweet hadn’t been ratioed quite yet as of around noon Thursday — though it was quickly approaching the ratio point — the comments underneath it were all scathing.

Take a quick peek:

TERF is a slur that stands for “trans-exclusionary radical feminist.” It’s used by the LGBT community to smear feminists who believe in biological science.

Feminists such as Maya Forstater, a fellow left-winger who was fired last spring from a poverty think-tank, the Centre for Global Development, after she posted tweets stating essentially that she believes men are men and women are women.

“Forstater, 45, a tax expert, was a visiting fellow at the Centre for Global Development (CGD), an international thinktank that campaigns against poverty and inequality,” The Guardian reported. “Her contract at the charitable organisation, which is based in Washington and London, was not renewed in March after a dispute over publicising her views on social media.”

In tweets described by her former employer as “offensive and exclusionary,” she spoke out against government reforms in the U.K. that would basically allow anyone to identify as any gender they desire.

Some examples of those “offensive and exclusionary” tweets may be seen below:

After being removed from the think-tank, Forstater reportedly filed a legal challenge. Now fast-forward to Wednesday, when an employment tribunal reportedly ruled on the matter.

“I conclude from … the totality of the evidence, that [Forstater] is absolutist in her view of sex and it is a core component of her belief that she will refer to a person by the sex she considered appropriate even if it violates their dignity and/or creates an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment. The approach is not worthy of respect in a democratic society,” Judge James Tayler reportedly ruled.

All this because she tweeted that men are men and women are women …

It was this ruling that Rowling was responding to when she tweeted Thursday morning. Clearly, she believes that Forstater shouldn’t have been removed for stating biological facts.

There’s just one problem: The type of people whom Rowling has curried favor with — namely radically left-wing fanatics and zealots who believe, among other things, that President Donald Trump is a Russian puppet and that life on Earth will end in 12 years because of climate change — don’t believe in biological science.

And well, since she clearly DOES believe in biological science, you know what that means:

Buh bye, Miss Rowling …

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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