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Black imposter Rachel Dolezal resigns from NAACP; previously filed lawsuit against university for race discrimination

Rachel Dolezal

(NaturalNews) Three days ago, in a wildly viral article on Natural News, I asked whether society can accept while people impersonating black people by claiming to be "trans-race."

That article, one of the most heavily-commented articles of the year, also dared to ask whether humans can decide to be "trans-species" who declare themselves to be llamas, or owls or even fantasy creatures like unicorns.

Since that article was published, a lot has happened on the Rachel Dolezal front. African-American members of the Spokane NAACP publicly spoke out against Dolezal, calling her an imposter. People aren't so much angry over Dolezal's desire to be "black" as they are with all the deception and lying she apparently pursued to trick everyone around her into thinking she was black.

Dolezal has since resigned from the NAACP, and she's been fired from Eastern Washington University where she was somehow listed as a "black professor."

"The leader of the NAACP in Spokane is stepping down amid controversy after her parents said the 37-year-old activist falsely portrayed herself as black for years," reports CBS News. "On Friday, police said they were suspending investigations into racial harassment complaints filed [by Dolezal] before the uproar by Dolezal, including one from earlier this year in which she said she received hate mail at her office." One of those supposed "hate mail" letters, it turns out, didn't even have a postage stamp on it, leading many people to wonder about its origins.

But the really stunning news is that Rachel Dolezal sued a black college for racial discrimination against her because she's white!

Suing a black college claiming racial discrimination for being white

In my previous article, I sort of predicted all this, saying:

Taking this even further, how about someone who's actually white, but claims they were discriminated against in a job environment because they self-identify as black? Is it possible for a person's psychology to be racially discriminated against, even if the discrimination claim contradicts the person's genetic ethnicity? "They didn't give me that job because they knew that I consider myself to be black!" But they're actually white. Can that person file a racial discrimination lawsuit and win?

Apparently, Rachel Dolezal sued Howard University for discriminating against her for being white... even though she says she's actually "black" in her own mind. Via Breitbart News:

Smoking Gun has uncovered a lawsuit Dolezal filed against Howard University -- a historically black college -- when she was still Rachel Moore in 2002. Dolezal sued the school for discriminating against her because she is white.

Sometime later, Dolezal would emerge masquerading as a black woman. Eventually she would become president of the Spokane, Washington, chapter of the NAACP (she resigned Monday), and a professor of Africana Studies at Eastern Washington University (where she is no longer employed as of Friday).

The race chameleon: How to be white when it serves you, then suddenly black when that gets you what you want

And now it finally comes down to the truth of all this: Rachel Dolezal is a race chameleon -- a person who switches her self-proclaimed race as it suits her circumstances.

When she wants to sue a black college for racial discrimination, she can be as white as alabaster in the noon sun. But when she wants to run the NAACP branch in Washington, she's as black as exotic pearls. Even her name has been changed: she was previously known as "Rachel Moore," according to The Smoking Gun. Now she's Rachel Dolezal.

The unfolding of all this over the past few days has helped answer the question I posed in my earlier article: Can people "choose" to pursue a trans-race lifestyle and simply claim to be any race they want?

Apparently, if you're a white girl claiming to be black, it just doesn't fly with a lot of people. There's something about it that understandably rubs people the wrong way.

But in a freaky sort of way, society seems to accept Big Pharma pill pushers impersonating doctors by acquiring medical licenses and writing prescriptions for money. Somehow, impersonating a cancer healer by being a profiteering oncologist is totally okay in our modern society, but impersonating a black person to promote cultural issues is completely out of bounds.

Sigh. There goes my plan to announce that I'm actually a Texas armadillo, waddling the fields with my nose down, minding my own business and rooting for wild food nuggets in the dirt. I had an armadillo costume ready and everything... dang!

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