He deleted the tweet.
Wú Yuánzhī is a Chinese-born Democrat Texas State Representative. After allowing his parents to enter our county and raise their child “Gene,” Mr. Wú repays this kindness by devoting all his energy to undermining the foundations of the United States.
On Friday, Wu sent out this tweet mocking President Trump for coming down with the Wu Hu Flu.
Mr. Wu famously gave an emotional speech against a Texas law that was attempting to allow America to have a country again by getting rid of criminal infiltrators and sending them back to their own countries, SB4, back in 2017. Crying like a little bitch, Wu said this,
This topic is painful for me, because I’m an immigrant. My parents are immigrants. I represent a district filled with immigrants. Some are here as refugees. Some are here as citizens. Some are here without papers. But they are all my people.
They should be all of our people.
What makes this especially painful is something Representative [Harold Dutton] brought up. He brought up the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1883 and the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Those are also laws that were created out of fear, would you not agree? Those were laws created out of hatred and misunderstanding, created out of some very negative emotions. The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1883 singled out Chinese and Chinese Americans to be excluded from this country. No other group. You know why they did that? Because Chinese and Chinese Americans were becoming too successful in this country. They were opening up businesses. They were setting up communities because they were marrying and having children, and they looked and sounded and acted too different from everyone else.
The Chinese have a very low trust society. Everybody from China lies all the time. In fact, it’s hard for us to even comprehend coming from western civilization which is built upon a foundation of hardcore truth telling (until recently.) This concept is explained by an expert on Chinese culture:
As a result, Chinese “ethics” has never been based on universal principles of good and bad. Instead, they’re more based on the circumstances of the moment—a system that the West calls “situational ethics” (much to the chagrin of people doing business in China).
Similarly, the Chinese concept of the “truth” is not black or white either. The emphasis is less on always telling the objective “truth,” and more about what the situation and relationship calls for.
The Chinese will go through great lengths to protect face (their own as well as others). In fact, it’s perfectly acceptable to tell a lie—even a bald-faced one—if it serves to protect face.
China’s culture of shame doesn’t think of lies in terms of “right” and “wrong.” Instead, the goal of Chinese truth is often to protect the face of an individual, group, or even nation.
So no, “Gene.” The reason our forefathers didn’t prefer to have a bunch of Chinese in their communities isn’t because “they looked and sounded different.” It’s because they are weirdo liars who form racial clans instead of become Americans.
This is one of the countless examples of lies told by foreigners about the historic American people. They claim our forefathers had certain prejudices “because they didn’t like the way people looked.” It’s an absurd assertion on its face and slanderous to historic Americans who don’t care that your feelings are hurt.
Perhaps, Mr Wu, our ancestors didn’t want Chinese coming into our country because they do things like eat tens of millions of dogs.
I didn’t want to do that. But it’s all so tiresome having foreigners from very bad places lecture you about how America should be.
China is a third world country. They eat wild animals, often not even bothering to cook them. We allow them to come here, and they treat us this way. Is it any wonder why we passed laws against them?
Stay in your lane, “Gene.” And try not lie.