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Piers Morgan Gets Harry Potter Tweeted To Him Line-By-Line

Roxanne Powell | PopWrapped Author

Roxanne Powell

Staff Writer
@roxipowell
02/17/2017 12:46 pm
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Piers Morgan Gets Harry Potter Tweeted To Him Line-By-Line | morgan
Media Courtesy of Slate

By now, we probably all know about Piers Morgan's great Twitter "spat" with Harry Potter author JK Rowling. Morgan and Rowling duked it out over President Donald Trump's travel ban, resulting in Morgan claiming he is "#StillNeverGoingToReadYourDrivel."

Thankfully, one magical fan did not take too kindly to Morgan's refusal of the Wizarding World. Simon Key of Big Green Bookshop decided Morgan was going to get a first rate Hogwarts education, even if he had to deliver it himself.

Tweeting: it's like owl post only more instantaneous!

Keys has already sent 100 of his planned 32,567 tweets, each containing a single line from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Keys told Sky News that Morgan "clearly needs a break," and what better way to do that than with our favorite Boy Who Lived?

"I'm doing it because Piers clearly spends all day on Twitter staring at his timeline," Keys said. "He clearly needs a bit of a break from all the abuse, so as he mentioned that he hasn't read any JK Rowling, rather then having to tear himself away from Twitter to read it, I'd tweet him. Obviously, I'm sending it in bite-size chunks, which hopefully he'll be able to cope with, rather than giving him the daunting process of reading a whole book."

Fans of the Golden Trio know that Sorcerer's Stone is the thinnest of all seven books.

After claiming Trump's executive order was not a "Muslim ban" on Real Time with Bill Maher, Morgan got verbally served by Australian comic Jim Jeffries. Rowling later tweeted how "satisfying" Jeffries' talk had been.

Morgan, then, claimed he was simply trying to "call out" the "hysteria" surrounding the executive order.

US courts have found the executive order affecting people from seven predominantly Muslim countries unconstitutional and have overturned it.


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