Dolezal Resigns

Faux Black woman Rachel Dolezal has resigned as the President of the Spokane NAACP.

In a letter on the organization’s Facebook page, Dolezal wrote:

It is a true honor to serve in the racial and social justice movement here in Spokane and across the nation. Many issues face us now that drive at the theme of urgency. Police brutality, biased curriculum in schools, economic disenfranchisement, health inequities, and a lack of pro-justice political representation are among the concerns at the forefront of the current administration of the Spokane NAACP. And yet, the dialogue has unexpectedly shifted internationally to my personal identity in the context of defining race and ethnicity.

No, honey. The dialogue has shifted to your being a lying fraud and a fake.


I have waited in deference while others expressed their feelings, beliefs, confusions and even conclusions – absent the full story. I am consistently committed to empowering marginalized voices and believe that many individuals have been heard in the last hours and days that would not otherwise have had a platform to weigh in on this important discussion. Additionally, I have always deferred to the state and national NAACP leadership and offer my sincere gratitude for their unwavering support of my leadership through this unexpected firestorm.

She waited in deference?

She was interviewed about it and said, “I don’t give two shits what you guys think.”

That’s deference?!

Okay. Sure.

“Absent the full story?”

Here’s the full story.

You’re white. You pretended to be black. You were caught.

“Empowering marginalized voices?”

Ach du liebe zeit.

So, the guy standing on the ledge of a roof looking to jump isn’t crying out for help. He’s “empowering marginalized voices.”

While challenging the construct of race is at the core of evolving human consciousness, we can NOT afford to lose sight of the five Game Changers (Criminal Justice & Public Safety, Health & Healthcare, Education, Economic Sustainability, and Voting Rights & Political Representation) that affect millions, often with a life or death outcome. The movement is larger than a moment in time or a single person’s story, and I hope that everyone offers their robust support of the Journey for Justice campaign that the NAACP launches today!

Notice how she’s framing this?

She wasn’t caught defrauding everyone by lying about who and what she is.

She was “challenging the construct on race.”


That’s precious.

She closes her highfalutin, pretentious letter with this gem:

Please know I will never stop fighting for human rights and will do everything in my power to help and assist, whether it means stepping up or stepping down, because this is not about me. It’s about justice. This is not me quitting; this is a continuum. It’s about moving the cause of human rights and the Black Liberation Movement along the continuum from Resistance to Chattel Slavery to Abolition to Defiance of Jim Crow to the building of Black Wall Street to the Civil Rights and Black Power Movement to the ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter‬ movement and into a future of self-determination and empowerment.

“This is not about me” (says every self-centered liar in the universe), “It’s about justice.”

No, honey. It’s about you. You lied. You faked your way through life pretending to be someone you aren’t. You masquerade was revealed. You’ve been shamed, humiliated, and called out.

And no amount of using twenty dollar words like “empowerment” and “self-determination” or “continuum” will change that.

“This is not me quitting?”

Um. Yeah. It is. My guess you quit rather than have your white ass tossed to the curb by those who are feeling a little betrayed and angry at your lying to them.

What’s next for Rachel?

Who knows?

I hear nobody has filled the “last survivor of the Aztecs” position as yet.

Maybe she’s up for the job.

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  • June 15, 2015 at 8:46 pm

    Megyn Kelly is interviewing Dolezal’s parents: Czech and mate.

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