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“Arrest Me!” – JK Rowling DEFIES New Hate Speech Law

Despite whether you’re a fan of J.K. Rowling or not, (the author of the Harry Potter series) you gotta love how she’s using her celebrity power to put the squeeze on the government and their insane trans agenda they’re hellbent on pushing.

The other day on April 1st Scotland passed a law that basically states that if you say anything that hurts anyone’s feelings (I’m guessing it won’t apply to Christians or Whites) they will face up to SEVEN YEARS in prison for “stirring up hatred”!

Yeah, insane.

So, Rowling made a rapid collection of 11 posts on X mentioning horrible sex crimes that women have done.

Then ends it by saying “Just kidding, April Fools! They’re not women but actually men that committed those crimes. Then basically dares the government to arrest her.

“I look forward to being arrested when I return..”

Then she added the hashtage #ArrestMe.


What are they going to do now?

If they arrest the richest women in England (perhaps the whole world) what kind of headlines would that make?

These government rats want to threaten and scare the little guys.

The guys that can’t fight back legally.

So they shut up or are hauled off and maybe a few notice.

This would be Page One news. All eyes would be on them, scrutinizing their every move.

Someone commented that “Of course they won’t go after her. She’s got money.” and proceeds to say exactly what I mentioned. They’re after the little guys.

Then Rowling posts that comment along with a note saying that she will stand with them.

You’re move, Scotland globalists!



Fox News reports:

J.K. Rowling, the author of the “Harry Potter” book series, challenged Scotland’s new hate speech law on Monday, and police have declared they will not prosecute the author.

Scotland’s new Hate Crime and Public Order Act was activated on April 1. The text of the bill, originally introduced years before, warns against acts that “stir up hatred against a group of persons” of certain protected characteristics, including age, disability, religion or, in the case of a social or cultural group, perceived religious affiliation, sexual orientation, transgender identity, and variations in sex characteristics. The maximum penalty is a seven-year jail sentence.

Rowling, who lives in Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh, began an April Fool’s Day social media thread by listing multiple biologically male criminals who claimed to be transgender just prior to being sentenced for various horrific crimes, expressing mock relief their avowed gender identities were being respected. She then switched her rhetoric and declared, “Only kidding. Obviously, the people mentioned in the above tweets aren’t women at all, but men, every last one of them.”

After slamming Scotland’s new hate speech bill directly, Rowling declared, “if what I’ve written here qualifies as an offense under the terms of the new act, I look forward to being arrested when I return to the birthplace of the Scottish Enlightenment.”

Rowling hailed the decision, declaring, “I hope every woman in Scotland who wishes to speak up for the reality and importance of biological sex will be reassured by this announcement, and I trust that all women – irrespective of profile or financial means – will be treated equally under the law.”

After one commenter speculated that the local police are not prosecuting Rowling because she has massive wealth to fight such charges in court, Rowling vowed, “If they go after any woman for simply calling a man a man, I’ll repeat that woman’s words and they can charge us both at once.”

Scotland’s new hate speech law has sent shockwaves across Scotland and the entire UK.

The Telegraph reported that former deputy leader of the Scottish National Party, Jim Sillars, launched a campaign to “resist the Hate Crime Act and campaign for its repeal.”

So Scotland government is backing down and decided not to make any charges against her? Nice!

The people are pushing back!

For those of you that don’t know the story, at the end of the Harry Potter series the government is basically now like the ones ruling over us all, as it is run by evil wizards.

They twist the truth and put up wanted posters everywhere for the dangerous criminal ‘Harry Potter’, who is obviously the hero of the story, stating that he’s the No. 1 Undesireable.

I wouldn’t be surprised if Rowling is the No. 1 Undesireable to those in power in the U.K.

Life imitates art.

I’m willing to bet gold galleons to chocolate frogs that the Scottish government are meeting in secret to try and figure out what to do with this Undesireable thorn in their side.


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