Rachel Dolezal, a white woman, claims to be a black woman, with no proof to offer to defend this self-identity farce at all, and liberals praise her for her racial choice, and accept her as black.
Bradley Manning, a convicted felon and national traitor, self-identifies as a woman, with no proof or evidence of this self-identity whatsoever, and the left praises his politically correct claim, respectfully call him Chelsea, and support his candidacy for the United States Senate from the state of Maryland.
But when President Trump, having been pestered by Robert Mueller for over a year, proclaims himself to be innocent of any collusion with Russia, with the left repeatedly pushing for his impeachment on the charge, for which, after a year of intense and very costly investigation, there is not a “smidgen” of evidence to support it, and the left will not let the subject rest or be retired.
The conclusion one draws from all of this is that if a ditsy, nut-job leftist makes an insane, illogical claim about him or herself, they’re allowed, in fact encouraged by the left, to so-claim, but if you’re a successful Republican, satisfied with your race and gender, who just defeated your last and best candidate to become the first female president and extend the anti-American, unconstitutional administration of Barack Obama for another four years, you lack the right to self-identity and are assumed guilty until you can offer absolute proof that you are innocent.
Being a Republican is hard, unrewarding work, but it‘s critically necessary.