Ahn Do stands up to the "Trannies"

There is an interesting article in the O.C. Register about the Trannies (followers of Assemblyman Van Tran) attack on a local newspaper in Little Saigon. These fascists are freaked out over a picture that they think cast aspersions on a flag that no longer represents anything. South Vietnam is gone. It won’t ever be back. When will the Trannies get over that?

Kudos to Anh Do, editor of the Nguoi Viet Daily News, for standing firm against the Trannies (see picture above, from the OC Weekly). In fact she is suing them! They are obviously trying to run her paper out of business, for the flimsiest of reasons. They need to get a grip. This is the U.S. We believe in freedom of the press. It matters here.

In fact it matters so much that L.A. Times columnist Dana Parsons also has written about the shameful protests against Nguoi Viet Daily News. Read his comments here. Parsons writes that Do has said that “she has received death threats, that the paper has gotten bomb threats and that it will produce, if necessary, witnesses to testify about harassment outside the building.”

The Trannies need to figure out that just because they don’t like a picture, or some other demonstration of the commie flag they hate, is not a good reason to flip out. That is not how we do things here in the U.S. If you don’t like something you can write about it in a blog, or send a letter to your local newspaper. You can even protest, but doing so for weeks on end and threatening people in the process is not cool.

Freedom matters here. The sooner the Trannies figure this out, the better. Assemblyman Van Tran should intercede and call his dogs off. The protest is led by a guy named Ky Ngo. In this article, Ngo has this to say about Tran, “

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