Controversy is swirling around one of the Spokane region’s most prominent civil rights activists, with family members saying the local leader of the NAACP has falsely portrayed herself as black for years.
Is there a bottom floor for pathetic White self-negation? A mentally defective woman plays jungle make-believe to earn a few points with our jewish rulers, but sadly this amazing trick bag has finally been uncovered.
One weird trick to defeat hiring quotas.
Dolezal’s mother, Ruthanne, says the family’s ancestry is Czech, Swedish and German, with a touch of Native American heritage.
Well, that's a relief. Because there's a "Native American" in there somewhere we can keep sleeping and ignore our dispossession. A badly damaged liar who hates her self and hates her own race becomes a fake "yella" and plays semitic word games for fun and profit.
Dolezal has identified herself in application materials as white, black and Native American.
It's going to be amusing to watch our enemies tie themselves in knots over this. If "gender" is fluid and determined by the whims of the mental defective in question, then certainly race, which we are assured doesn't even exist, can be similarly manipulated by whatever insanity grips a person. I'm looking forward to the "Call me L-ah" Vanity Fair cover.
Yo, you sure dis ain't no snow hoe?
After successfully tricking everyone into accepting your "trans-racialism" what comes next? The answer, of course, is phony hate crimes.
A police report raises questions about reports of threatening hate mail sent to Spokane's NAACP president. Major Crimes detectives have concluded that the mail was never processed, despite showing up in the organization's post office box.
Huh, that's kind of unusual. Still, we all know Whites are evil so let's just give this suspicious incident the benefit of the doubt, while ignoring the pale unfair skin and European features of the "victim."
Rachel Dolezal, president of Spokane's NAACP chapter, 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 and lynchings and words like "war pig."
High effort hate attack or low effort hoax? Let's dig a little deeper.
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."
90 I.Q. detectives solve the case of the White negro that cried nazi. 80 I.Q. negro "leaders" finally realized she wasn't a real "yella." This broken woman simply is not cut out for living a pitiful lie.
Her whole life is a disgraceful lie.