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Jordan Peterson's JK Rowling Comment Goes Viral

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Jordan Peterson post about JK Rowling has gone viral, following rumors that the British author could be investigated under Scotland's new hate crime law.Rowling, who lives in Edinburgh, dared Scottish police to arrest her after the Hate Crime and Public Order Act came into effect on Monday.The Harry Potter writer has faced fierce backlash in recent years for her views on transgender people, as well as for misgendering public figures such as English newsreader India Willoughby.Speculation that Rowling could face a police inquiry followed comments by Siobhian Brown, Scotland's minister for victims and community safety, who suggested the author could be investigated for deliberately misgendering transgender people."It could be reported and it could be investigated.

Whether or not the police would think it was criminal is up to Police Scotland for that," Brown told The Daily Telegraph. "There's a very high threshold, which is in the act, which would be up to Police Scotland, and what would have to be said online or in person would be threatening and abusive."In response to the rumors, Peterson shared one of Rowling's recent posts blasting trans activist Beth Douglas.Rowling shared screenshots of past tweets from Douglas, in which she held an axe and a knife, along with the caption: "I heard yall hate trans women, knives and axes.

Love from Glasgow."Douglas was suspended from the Scottish Green Party in February 2023 over the posts, but was later reinstated.What in the world has happened in Scotland?Keep it up @jk_rowling Let the fools have both barrels.

https://t.co/fetZUZnUtm"Scotland's Hate Crime Act comes into effect today," Rowling wrote alongside the screenshots on Monday. "Women gain no additional protections, of course, but well-known trans activist Beth Douglas, darling of prominent Scottish politicians, falls within a protected category.

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