Manchild, Daniel Radcliffe (who secretly reckons himself a real-life Leftist wizard), presumes to act as if his fiction is wisdom.

Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter’s unglamorous alter ego) is such a twat.

He drives home the point that today’s Leftists are overgrown children lacking the maturity to cope with reality.  They are collectively trapped in their little cultural fictional sandpit called “life” where emotion is law, and reason is intolerable.

Dude, go back to your little tales of make believe and faggot fairies and stay off the political stage. Your world is illusion and deceit.  There is nothing for you here.


While at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, actor and “Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe made it clear he won’t be rooting for the Patriots in Super Bowl 53.

Despite his previously highlighted admiration for New England quarterback Tom Brady, Radcliffe let it be known in an interview with Variety posted online Saturday that he’ll be supporting the Los Angeles Rams on Feb. 3.

His distaste with Brady and the Patriots had something to do with their connection to President Trump.

“Take that ‘MAGA’ hat out of your locker,” Radcliffe said. “I feel like that was the moment when, as a country, we were all like ‘Oh, come on dude!’ We all want — you’re awesome — to be behind you. Don’t put that in there.”


When the sands of time come to reckon, your legacy will be soulless drivel and escapist incoherence. I congratulate you for your contribution to the ephemeral sense of immature, non-society.




Proof of President Trump’s Russian collusion, and just overall evil, repugnant, cruel and tyrannical character (enclosed for your viewing pleasure).

Well, maybe not exactly, but Russians.

All things Russian, if parsed obsessively enough with the right dosage of Leftist crack, can be extrapolated to indict Donald Trump of all nefariousness in existence in this universe.

But at least it’s more enjoyable than watching Maxine Waters or your typical liberal sea lion bleating about big bad orange man.