DOLEZAL ON THE DOLE: IS RACHEL TAKING THE "BLACK THING" WAY TOO SERIOUSLY?

Seems a little tryhard.
You may remember Rachel Dolezal. Two years ago she was at the centre of a media storm after it was revealed -- by her parents no less -- that she was a White woman LARPing as a Black woman and serving as a leader of the NAACP. 

Actually that is not that hard to pull off because (for some unknown reason) a lot of high ranking "Blacks" tend to have a lot of White blood in them. Get a nice perm and slap on a bit of fake tan and away you go.

Now, however, it appears that Dolezal has taken the whole "Black thing" way too seriously by actually sliding down the social scale into the depths of poverty and dependency that many real Black people experience day-in-day-out because of racism or something. 

After the story broke, the 39-year-old stepped down from her position with the NAACP and was fired from her job as an adjunct instructor at Eastern Washington University, probably because they realized that employing a lily-skinned White women wasn't helping their diversity quota much. 

Since then she hasn’t been able to get new work and is now reduced to living on food stamps and sponging off White people. The hard-left Guardian newspaper has more details in an overlengthy article on this unimportant oddball:
"A friend helped her pay this month’s rent; next month she expects to be homeless. She has applied for more than 100 jobs, but no one will hire her, not even to stack supermarket shelves. She applied for a position at the university where she used to teach, and says she was interviewed by former colleagues who pretended to have no recollection of having met her. The only work she has been offered is reality TV, and porn. She has changed her name on all her legal documents, but is still recognised wherever she goes. People point at her and laugh."
In America, while it is OK to choose your own sex, it is still not accepted to change your race or age. African American haters called her a “blackface” and accused her of "cultural appropriation," sometimes even using the English language and computer technology to do so, which is kind of ironic if you think about it.

Rule Number One for fake Black people: contrast is not your friend.

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  1. She's on welfare, seems like a very black thing to do. lol

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  2. she's on welfare and homeless. NOW she's living as a black woman. all she needs now is 10 kids by 11 sperm donors.

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