So, what of it? What if a Novus Ordo-only parish got a new pastor who decided to do away with the Ordinary Form and sent his parishioners a letter like that one to which I linked? Can you imagine the backlash?
The letter might look something like this:
Two weeks ago I met with Faithful members of the Ordinary Form Mass to request that we find an alternative parish to host this Mass. This request is based on my observation that both the parish and the Novus Ordo Mass would be better served at another location given that liturgical appointments in the sanctuary like the original altar rail, the centered tabernacle and the patens go to waste, given the number of people who prefer to receive Holy Communion standing and in the hand. Understandably, relocation has caused some anguish among Faithful members of the Ordinary Form Mass. It may take several weeks if not months to find a suitable home for this Mass, one which can accommodate liturgical dancers, unnecessary ministers of Holy Communion and Oregon Press Hymnals full of sappy hymns written by Protestants. It is unfortunate that the Sunday coffee hour, which typically begins in the vestibule before the final blessing takes place, has provided the Latin Mass Community with limited opportunity for prayer before the Blessed Sacrament in an appropriately silent and reverential manner. Given that the Eucharist is the Source and Summit of life in the Church, it is essential that our worship reflect this truth. Those who do not care for the Traditional Latin Mass are cordially invited to go pound sand.
You get the idea. Such a thing would never fly.