A virtue-signaling artist thinks vandalizing Bibles and hot sauce bottles is going to convince Americans that taking in hordes of unvetted Muslim refugees from terrorist hotbeds is a great idea.
Kien Quan, a Vietnamese-American photographer in Queens, New York, has been gallivanting around NYC to slap stickers with the words “made by refugee” on bottles of Sriracha sauce (created by Vietnamese refugee David Tran) and on copies of the Bible and other books at The Strand bookstore to alert customers that those items were made by refugees.
Quan has gotten a lot of positive media attention for his efforts, even though defacing products without permission (especially books) is like vandalism, and therefore, illegal.
Can you imagine putting whatever propaganda you want on other people’s products and books? Think about it. Leftist hypocrites celebrating Quan’s illegal actions would be screaming for lawsuits if he were a conservative.
Quan launched the project as a reaction to President Trump‘s ban on admitting unvetted refugees from terrorist hotbeds.
Quan said having family members who were migrants made him sympathetic to the plight of today’s Muslim refugees, who have been pouring into Europe and causing an unprecedented humanitarian crisis.
“I have family that were migrants in the past. I’m Vietnamese,” Quan told DNA Info. “Most of my friends are immigrants or are of color, so they all feel very concerned.”
When his immigrant relatives came to the United States, it’s likely Islamic terrorism was not a common problem. When circumstances change, people must adapt if they want to survive. Non-refugee biologist Charles Darwin famously said something like that.
Kien Quan also fails to distinguish between refugees, legal immigrants, and illegal aliens. President Trump is not barring LEGAL immigrants or refugees from countries where they can be properly vetted.
Quan said he wants to remind Americans of the contributions that refugees like Jesus have made to the country. The misguided Quan doesn’t realize that:
- Jesus was not a refugee.
- Jesus did not hail from a terrorist hotbed.
- Jesus did not write the Bible, so it’s factually incorrect to claim the Bible was “made by a refugee.”
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