Loony Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP Spokane, Washington chapter president who continued to claim she was black despite all evidence to the contrary, finally admitted Monday what the rest of the world has known all along — she’s white.
Dolezal was hammered on the issue by the hosts of “The Real,” a daytime Fox Broadcasting talk/variety show.
“We’re saying, why not say you’re white, but you identify as being black? You don’t seem to answer the question straightforward,” one of the hosts told her.
But Dolezal continued to resist.
“My question to you is, why not identify how you identify?” Dolezal said. “Why not give me the right to identify how I identify and give everyone else the same?’”
But the hosts continued to press the issue.
“I think it’s kind of hard because you’re not black,” she said. “So when you identify with it there’s a disconnect. You weren’t born black, so when you say that you’re black, it makes it hard for people to understand where you’re coming from.”
“I was biologically born white, to white parents,” Dolezal finally admitted, to thunderous applause.
Then she added this postscript. “But I identify as black.”
Watch the clip, via Fox Broadcasting.
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