Man More Willing To Defend Harry Potter Than Immigrants
With all the news coming out about the struggles of immigrant families, local man Steve Henning is making sure to stand up for injustice by defending the honor of Harry Potter every chance he gets.
“Pottermore says I’m a Gryffindor, and I hold that title with pride,” says Henning, who’s made sure to purge his Facebook feed of any and all news that isn’t from Fox or J.K. Rowling herself. “Some people say that the series is overrated, or that they prefer The Hunger Games. It’s my job to talk over them and explain why they’re wrong.”
When asked what he thinks about children being separated from their families, Henning pointed out that it worked out just fine for Harry. “That stuff always sorts itself out. I don’t follow politics too closely because most problems just solve themselves. I’m reading the series for the 20th time now, what about this wall?”
When asked to comment about the similarities between prejudices towards muggles in the books and the immigration conversation now, he said, “No comment. That’s racist. Why would you compare these innocent fictional characters to immigrants?”
FLEXX followed up with Henning to get his thoughts on the caravan, and he for some reason explained that going to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios is the best experience you can have. “Just make sure to go to the one in Orlando. You don't want to go to California and be near that mess of a border. Expecto Patronum.”