Transvestite may have been the original “trans” big thing, but as the liberal semantic confusion wheel spins we’ve quickly turned transgender into an every day term and transabled is now “so five minutes ago.” The new hotness for the definition-starved left might just be trans-black.
KXLY in Spokane reported that an NAACP president appears to have lied on an application to a citizen police ombudsman commission:
Rachel Dolezal serves as chair of the independent commission, in addition to her work as an adjunct faculty member at Eastern Washington University and president of the NAACP local chapter. On her application to serve on the commission, she identified herself as African-American.
So is Rachel white or black?
Earlier this year, a photo was posted on the NAACP Facebook page showing Rachel with a black man described as her father. So she’s black right? Umm.. maybe:
But public records, including Dolezal’s own birth certificate, list her biological parents as Ruthanne and Lawrence Dolezal of Montana. The Dolezals told KXLY Thursday that Rachel is their biological daughter and that they are both white.
Ok, she’s white then .. we think… sorta? To rid Spokane residents of the confusion, KXLY decided to just ask her:
“Ma’am, I was wondering if your dad really is an African-American man,” Humphrey asked.
“I don’t understand the question,” Dolezal answered. “I did tell you [that man in the picture] is my dad.”
“Are your parents white?” Humphrey asked. At that point, Dolezal removed the microphone, ended the interview and walked away.
Now, it’s clear. She’s a trans-black. The reporter may not have been introduced to the progressive world of devolving definitions and their creation of entirely new realities.
Rachel may have gained her sense of the black experience in Montana. Somewhere along the way to Spokane she gained her new black dad and decided that she too is black.
Rachel is black like Bruce Jenner is a woman. To the left, simply pretending to be something is good enough to become that thing (a bad perm helps or lots of surgeries in Jenner’s case.)
Did her self-identified race-change event help her with her job at the University or the leadership position in the NAACP? Did Rachel gain any benefit from minority-favoring selection criteria in these positions or previous endeavors?
Rachel is a product of will. She says she’s black so she is .. a white-born trans-black… or something. Just ask her.