When Rachel Dolezal was exposed as a white woman in blackface and a African do two years ago, she briefly became America’s most famous loon. In a crazy, mixed-up world in which some “women” have penises and some “men” have vaginas, why wouldn’t a person with white skin and DNA be able to get away with claiming she was black.
Sadly for her, Dolezal found it didn’t work that way. If Caitlyn Jenner was hailed by liberals as a hero, Dolezal was the liberal zero.
Whites enjoyed watching the liberal hypocrisy exposed.
Now, she’s back with a sob story and a book.
Two years after race-faker Rachel Dolezal was exposed for living secretly as a black woman, she insists in her new memoir that she did nothing wrong.
The 39-year-old made international headlines after her parents, Larry and Ruthanne, revealed she was a white woman pretending to be black.
She resigned from her post as the Spokane, Washington, NAACP leader and also lost her job as an adjunct instructor at Eastern Washington University.
Dolezal later conceded that she ‘was biologically born white to white parents’, and compared herself to Caitlyn Jenner, claiming race is ‘not coded in your DNA’ and should be viewed like gender or religion.
Last year, she announced the release of her memoir, In Full Color, on Instagram. The book is set to be published next month.
Dolezal told the newspaper that she is currently jobless and feeding her family with food stamps.
Her friend reportedly helped her pay two months worth of rent and she said she expects to be homeless.
Dolezal said she has applied for more than 100 jobs, including a position at the university where she used to teach, but no one will hire her.
The only work she has been offered is reality TV, and porn.
‘Right now the only place that I feel understood and completely accepted is with my kids and my sister,’ Dolezal told the Guardian.
She says she has very few friends and despite changing her name on her legal documents, she is still recognized wherever she goes.
African American commentators called her a “blackface”, guilty of the worst extremes of cultural appropriation. She was “mentally ill”, and had cheated black people out of positions that were rightfully theirs. When Dolezal quoted the activist Dick Gregory to black talkshow host Loni Love – “White isn’t a race, it’s a state of mind” – the host exploded: “No, let me tell you something. I’m black. I can’t be you, I can’t reverse myself. That’s the difference.” Twitter span with comic memes, and still burns with comments along the lines of: “Why hasn’t anybody beaten her up already?”
“This is obviously an issue a lot of people want to say things about,” reflects Dolezal now. “And it needs to be talked about, so it’s kind of helpful to create a punching bag. There’s nobody saying, ‘Well, that’s racist if you say that about Rachel’, or ‘That’s sexist if you say that about Rachel.’ There’s no protected class for me. I’m this generic, ambiguous scapegoat for white people to call me a race traitor and take out their hostility on. And I’m a target for anger and pain about white people from the black community. It’s like I am the worst of all these worlds.”
If anyone expected disgusting Dolezal to give up the pretense that she’s black, she’s not cooperating. I’ll bet there are plenty of black males out there who’d marry her, although they might want her to go back to her natural blonde locks. She’s a one of a kind, for sure.
As to white men? She’s gone black. We don’t want her back.