Michelle has written a total of three posts lauding the actions of Wenyi Wang (and strangely using the situation to take a swipe at Rep. Cynthia McKinney).
Pasadena Weekly (article also includes an informative interview with Wang):
Unfortunately for Wang, a 47-year-old mother of two, the romantic notion of America as the home of free speech is about to collide with the harsh reality of what happens when small voices speak big truths to powerful people who do not want to hear such things. And in this case, it appears power is about to have its way again with Wang facing possible jail time, heavy fines and perhaps even deportation if convicted for her internationally televised 45-second tirade against Hu on the White House lawn.
The Post reports that court documents have Wang waving a yellow banner and shouting in Chinese: “Stop oppressing the Falun Gong,” “Your time is running out” and “Anything you have done will come back to you in this lifetime.” Although Wang disputes saying Hu’s time was running out, she reportedly also yelled to Bush, “Stop him from persecuting Falun Gong!”
If you followed this story from Malkin’s angle (not to mention that of the rest of the A-Listers on both sides) the threats in bold above may seem surprising. That’s because you weren’t reading Mykeru. His coverage included accurate translations of Wang’s Mandarin. And although these could be considered “political threats”, one can hardly imagine a moonbat or militia member yelling at Bush, “Your days are numbered!”
All of the self-described professional bloggers who covered this story should be ashamed of themselves for intentionally turning a blind eye to Myk’s observations. In Malkin’s case, she has a grudge against the loose union of pointedly anti-Malkin blogs made up of The Liberal Avenger, Malkin(s)Watch, and Mykeru.com.* Needless to say, she has let her hatred for her most effective critics compromise her ability to cover something as plain as a protest.
Another superfluous string of letters: Her readers don’t care.
*Neiwert’s Orcinus and Muller’s IsThatLegal? intentionally left out because she actually responds to them on occasion.