OUTRAGE as J.K. Rowling implies Nigel Farage ‘radicalised’ Finsbury Mosque Attacker

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J.K. Rowling has tweeted that Nigel Farage may be responsible for the radicalisation of the Finsbury Park Mosque Attacker

J.K. Rowling tweeted that Nigel Farage could be the reason the Mosque attacker was radicalised.

She said: “Let’s talk about how the #FinsburyPark terrorist was radicalised.” with 2 images attached. One was a tweet sent by Farage and another oh him standing in front of a poster.

Twitter users were angered by Rowlings remarks, saying: “Stick to writing books rather than stirring things up on twitter. Not helpful”

Rowling also blasted Katie Hopkins for her comments after the London and Manchester attacks.

The billionaire writer is not one to shy away from controversy.

Nigel Farage campaigned for 25 years to get Britain out of the European Union.

Was Rowling right to say this about Farage? Let us know in the comments section!

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