Rouda remains silent on role or why he attended racist anti-Vietnamese frat parties

History of discrimination

Huntington Beach, CA – Nearly one week and Harley Rouda is still silent about his role or why he attended racist anti-Vietnamese frat parties in college. 
“Harley Rouda’s history of discrimination against women is well documented, and now he refuses to apologize or at least explain his role or why he would participate in racist anti-Vietnamese frat parties,” Michelle Steel for Congress Spokesperson Matt Ciepielowski said.
According to the story“California Globe contacted Rouda’s campaign to give him an opportunity to weigh in. We asked why Rouda has not commented publicly on his attendance at the University of Kentucky’s Delta Tau Delta Mekong parties, or if he regrets participating.”
“Voters, particularly our very strong Vietnamese community here in Orange County, deserve an explanation as to why Harley Rouda would attend these racist parties and what role he played in their formation and planning,” Ciepielowski added.

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