Rachel Dolezal, white woman who identifies as black, now jobless, may soon be homeless

Rachel Dolezal
Girlfriend needs a dose of reality. Or is “reality” a “social construct” as well?
From Fox News: Rachel Dolezal, the infamous white woman who for years passed herself off as African American and rose to become head of an NAACP branch, is now jobless, on food stamps and expects to soon be homeless.
A defiant Dolezal, 39, recounted her current plight to The Guardian. Dolezal said she’s only been offered jobs in reality television and porno flicks. A friend helped her come up with the money for February’s rent and she doesn’t know how she’s going to pay for March.
And she still says she’s not white.
“I do think a more complex label would be helpful, but we don’t really have that vocabulary,” Dolezal told The Guardian. “I feel like the idea of being trans-black would be much more accurate than ‘I’m white.’ Because, you know, I’m not white . . . Calling myself black feels more accurate than saying I’m white.”
Dolezal was exposed in June 2015 when a local television crew asked her the simple question: “Are you African American?”
Pictures of a younger, white-skinned and blonde-haired Dolezal soon surfaced and her story exploded. The formerly successful leader of the Spokane NAACP chapter and a university professor, Dolezal – who once sued historically-black Howard University for racial discrimination, because she was white – now says she’s been turned down for 100 jobs and her memoir was rejected by 30 publishers before finding a taker.
She’s also apparently begun ruffling feathers in the transgender community by claiming that race, like gender, is fluid. “It’s more so,” Dolezal told The Guardian. “Because it wasn’t even biological to begin with. It was always a social construct.”
Dolezal said she’s never considered identifying as white again.
“I feel that I was born with the essential essence of who I am, whether it matches my anatomy and complexion or not,” Dolezal said. “I’ve never questioned being a girl or a woman, for example, but whiteness has always felt foreign to me, for as long as I can remember. I didn’t choose to feel this way or be this way, I just am. What other choice is there than to be exactly who we are?”
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RLJohnson77
3 years ago

Let me dig way down deep to see if I give a crap……..
Nope, not even a sliver.

Anonymous
Anonymous
3 years ago
Reply to  RLJohnson77

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Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
3 years ago

“She’s also apparently begun ruffling feathers in the transgender community by claiming that race, like gender, is fluid.”
HA HA HA HA!

stlonginus
3 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Love, Love, Love it!!!!

japoa
3 years ago

You made your choice in life, deal with it you liberal idiot …..Reality is a m.f.er , isn’t it ?

Maryaha
3 years ago

She needs a Prozac the size of a tennis ball…

YouKnowWho
YouKnowWho
3 years ago
Reply to  Maryaha

I hope it’s a suppository! Ha-Ha-Ha

Hadenoughalready
3 years ago

We have white women pretending to be black….white women pretending to be native Americans…white women pretending to be men…what’s next (dare I ask)
How about white women being proud of who they were born as? Sheesh!
I’m getting more confused by the minute…It’s no wonder people are on drugs… Maybe the brandy will help.

Diane Wilson
3 years ago

There must be something in the water…people are getting crazier every day! Many years ago Rachel Dolezal would have been committed to a mental institution along with many other trans-whatever people.

greenworxx
greenworxx
3 years ago
Reply to  Diane Wilson

“Something in the water”? We’ve been warned about the dangers from tons of pharmaceuticals flushed down the toilet ending up in municipal water systems, and those in the landfills breaking down eventually into the water table. Combine this with the fluoride already in municipal water systems and psychiatrists over prescribing brain and organ damaging psychotropics, etc…….well, it’s no wonder so many of those 45 yrs. and younger are indeed brain damaged.

stlonginus
3 years ago
Reply to  greenworxx

Some bureaucrats have openly spoken about putting lithium (or similar) in the water supply to keep down the organic insurrection/revolt.

dkolb2010
dkolb2010
3 years ago

What can being Black do or you?

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
3 years ago

It is little wonder that Ms Dolezal cannot find a job . . . why would any prospective employer feel that they could trust her, or have faith in her judgement. The appearance is that she worked this ploy in the efforts of securing a top level job that normally would have been filled by a legitimately black person. This leaves the situation that blacks certainly do not trust her, and neither do white. I hate to see anyone thrown out on the streets, but basically she created this mess for herself. I certainly agree with Diane (above) that in… Read more »

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
3 years ago
Reply to  Auntie Lulu

“May God Bless her that somehow she can find a living situation, regardless of her behavior.”
Not unless and until Dolezal repents.

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
3 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Dr Eowyn . . . I would agree about the need for repentance. I chose inappropriate words when I wrote that. I do feel that repentance is more difficult when people are so down and out that they are homeless, and without any resources. It is true that in order to qualify for the blessings of the atonement made by Christ, we must always be mindful of repenting of sins we may have committed.

Corduroygurl
Corduroygurl
3 years ago
Reply to  Auntie Lulu

Auntie LuLu, it is usually hitting rock bottom that leads to repentance in my experience. God created the pit so that we may cry out to Him for help. The Old Testament is full to the brim of this example. The Israelites fall into sin with the nations, become oppressed and enslaved and only then do they cry out to God for help. If we can believe it, hitting rock bottom is a mercy from God. The prodigal son thought so, too.

YouKnowWho
YouKnowWho
3 years ago
Reply to  Auntie Lulu

Auntie. Tell me I misunderstand the remark “would have been filled by a legitimately black person”. The reasons for Dolezal not to have a job is clearly because she can’t be trusted to be herself or tell the truth. But nobody deserves a job because the are legitimately black. Legitimately qualified is a better reason to hire somebody. No offense meant. I’m sure you didn’t mean it that way. You’re absolutely right that “basically she created this mess for herself.”

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
3 years ago
Reply to  YouKnowWho

YouKnowWho . . . since Ms Dolezal took the job of heading the NAACP in her area, which normally would be filled by someone of African-American descent. I would consider that a person of African-American consent is legitimately a black person. The names by which we call African-Americans has changed in my lifetime . . . first it was Negro, then Colored, then black, and now it is African-American. I do not consider Ms Dolezal to be considered legitimately black because she did not come from African-American heritage. She may in some deluded sense feel that she is black, and… Read more »

YouKnowWho
YouKnowWho
3 years ago
Reply to  Auntie Lulu

mea culpa

Balls ac
Balls ac
3 years ago
Reply to  Auntie Lulu

Gross!

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K. Chris C.
K. Chris C.
3 years ago

First of all, she is NOT white, or even American. She is Khazarian. Whether she descends from the Levant or the Asian steppes, she is NOT white. The Talmud and her dual-citizenry preclude her from being American. “Dolezal was born…to parents Ruthanne (née Schertel) and Lawrence “Larry” Dolezal. …[she] has said she is of “African-American, Native American, German, Czech, Swedish, Jewish and Arabic” heritage.” Being that she descends from the people of the “Big Lie,” and considering the Khazarian canards of 9/11, Sandy Hook, and Boston, it is possible that she and/or her travails don’t even exist?! Likely, since she… Read more »

Carrie K-W
Carrie K-W
3 years ago

If anyone is responsible for providing her with a roof over her head it is her koo-koo parents. When she wasn’t even in her teens yet, they started adopting all these black children. I believe it sent a subtle message to Rachel: ‘You are not not enough for us. You do not fulfill our needs. You are not totally worthy.’ So, I think she started to identify with the black children who had become the center of her parents’ attention and love. Her parents created this delusional wreck – let them support her.

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
3 years ago
Reply to  Carrie K-W

Carrie K-W . . . thank you for filling in the information regarding her childhood. I was not aware of this. I whole heartedly agree that her parents should be the first line of defense against homelessness.

Carrie K-W
Carrie K-W
3 years ago
Reply to  Auntie Lulu

Hi Auntie LuLu! Yes, if you google her family using her name you come up with the photos. The rest of the info was from a Daily Mail article they ran during the height of the scandal. Anyway, I remember when I was 11 or 12 and it is an awkward time for most young girls even in the best of families. Imagine your parents suddenly adopting not 1 or 2, but 4 AF small children and then they devote all their time, energy and attention to them. No wonder this poor girl is so screwed up. I feel sorry… Read more »

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
3 years ago
Reply to  Carrie K-W

Carrie K-W . . . I whole hearted agree that it must have profoundly scarred her to have her parents adopt 4 black children. One question I would love to know the answer to would be . . . how much money, if any were Mr & Mrs Dolezal paid by the state they lived in to take in these children. In the state of Oregon, I know a couple who adopted 4 children, got them labeled as special needs children, and between what stipend they got from the state, and the inclusion of what was paid to them under… Read more »

Corduroygurl
Corduroygurl
3 years ago

Maybe she wouldn’t be in such a mess if she would repent.

Esther Bunny Brown
Esther Bunny Brown
3 years ago

The word transethnic Khazarian, anyone?

CP
CP
3 years ago

LOL… David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) · Twitter
Trans-black? What the hell is that? Maybe @CNN @MSNBC @HuffingtonPost can help a sista out if you know what I mean.
Link –
https://twitter.com/SheriffClarke/status/836181108186365953

Jim
Jim
3 years ago

Jobless, soon to be homeless….i mean she did say she was black…

Alma
Alma
3 years ago

Well, better not try any of the government services for assistance. She can pick tomatos.

Alma
Alma
3 years ago

Why do people want to be what they are not???? Tsk, tsk, tsk

Hadenoughalready
3 years ago
Reply to  Alma

This goes way back and it’s a form of greed – the insatiable desire for that which is forbidden, the want for something one does not or cannot have and the yearning for what one is unable to attain by natural means.
Like that last dollar that’s burning a hole in a child’s pocket, the alluring taunt of the “forbidden fruit” drives the weak-minded to circumvent and ignore their moral beginnings to reach out and grab that which they know is wrongful, even deadly.

CP
CP
3 years ago

She’s got a story and she’s stickin’ to it…?
Rachel Dolezal Claims She’s “A Woke Soul Sista” in New Autobiography
https://heatst.com/culture-wars/rachel-dolezal-claims-shes-a-woke-soul-sista-in-new-autobiography/