BREAKING NEWS – Chicago, Illinois – An author who has been a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award received backlash on Twitter after likening President Trump’s red “Make America Great Again” hats to the Nazi swastika — and urging “normal people” (i.e., non-Trump voters) to avoid wearing any type of red hat, saying they’d be “making people scared” by doing so. The Chicago-based author, Rebecca Makkai, 41, made the remarks in a string of tweets. She also asked sports fans whose teams wear red hats — such as the Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals — not to don that specific color cap in public. This isn’t the first time Makkai has been critical of an individual’s choice of attire. In the past few years, she has lashed out at people who wear turtlenecks because she felt it was mocking senior citizens with wrinkles in that area of their body. She went after women that wore wigs, alleging that they squeezed their skulls, which compressed their thoughts causing intellectual confusion. And she was openly hostile toward teenagers that wore their pants too low, because she concluded that it made women with flat butts, extremely self-conscience.