Just how fake is the entire black power “civil rights” grievance industry? Rachel Dolezal personifies how fake.
Dolezal, president of Spokane’s NAACP chapter [and part-time Africana Studies professor], said she found an envelope containing threatening mail in the post office box on North Monroe in February. The 20 pages of notes included pictures [of] lynchings…
But the hoax fell apart because the NAACP gets its mail in a locked box.
Postal workers told detectives the envelope had not been canceled, time stamped or imprinted with the bar code that directs mail to the right destination. According to the police report, the postal inspector told detectives, “The only way this letter could have ended up in this P.O. box would be if it was placed there by someone with a key to that box or a USPS employee.”
Maybe postal workers are part of a racist conspiracy conceived by the KKK. Given Dolezal’s hoaxing history, I wouldn’t bet on it.
Dolezal told police she was especially concerned about the hateful mail she found in the organization’s P.O. box in February because of past hate crimes committed against her. Dolezal teaches classes at Eastern Washington University and, in her online bio, describes being the victim of “at least eight documented hate crimes [targeting her] and her children during her residency in North Idaho.”
These hate crimes featured the typical swastikas, nooses, et cetera. All appear to have been hoaxes.
But none of them was a hoax on the scale of her very identity. This black civil rights leader is actually white as the driven snow:
The Spokane Spokesman-Review says that Dolezal described her ethnicity as white, black, and American Indian in an application to be the volunteer chairwoman of the city’s Police Ombudsman Commission, a position to which she was duly appointed.
But Dolezal’s mother, Ruthanne, told the paper that the family’s actual ancestry is Czech, Swedish, and German, along with some “faint traces” of Native American heritage. …
Ruthanne Dolezal said that her daughter began to “disguise herself” in the mid-2000s, after the family had adopted four African-American children.
Rachel Dolezal did not immediately respond to her mother’s claim when contacted by the Spokesman-Review, first saying “I feel like I owe [the NAACP] executive committee conversation” about what she called a “multi-layered issue.”
The situation is nuanced, you see. When threatened, squids squirt ink and moonbats shovel nuance.
Elizabeth Warren, who advanced her career by pretending to be an Indian, could not be reached for comment.
When whites alter their appearance so as to pass themselves off as black, you can stick a fork in the outdated notion that it is a disadvantage to be black in this country.
No one represents the phoniness at the core of moonbat ideology better than Rachel Dolezal, so she has earned a place of prominence on the representative hate hoax list:
• Rachel Dolezal
• Tahera Ahmad
• Phony University of Minnesota rape victim
• Sarah Silverman
• Kassim Alhimidi
• George Washington University swastika
• Adam Hoover
• Ambreen Sharif
• Charles Blow
• Morgan Triplett
• Desiree Nall
• Mindy Brickman
• Oberlin College
• Lena Dunham
• Rolling Stone/Jackie
• University of Chicago Facebook hoax
• Adam Saleh and Sheikh Akbar
• Daniele Watts
• Keith Jones
• Sweet Briar College hoaxer
• Grand Valley State University student
• Richard Kennedy
• Anonymous Hercules Middle-High School student
• Joe Williams
• Andrea Brazier
• Genesis Hernandez
• Danya Morales
• Toni Christina Jenkins
• Dylan Bleier and Matt Alden
• Meg Lanker-Simons
• Olander Cuthrell
• Charlie Rogers
• Sharmeka Moffitt
• Joseph Baken
• Alexandra Pennell
• Aimee Whitchurch and Christel Conklin
• Quinn Matney
• Aubriana Banks
• Sarah Marshak
• Floyd Elliot
• Tawana Brawley
• Crystal Gail Mangum
• Kerri Dunn
• Leah Miller
• Ahmad Saad Nasim
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