‘Race faker’ Rachel Dolezal about to face the music for alleged welfare fraud, but case is not ‘black and white’

Funny how the liberal media lost all interest in infamous “race faker” Rachel Dolezal after she was busted for welfare fraud. Allegedly.

Dolezal, who changed her name to Nkechi Diallo after her parents exposed her claim of being African-American as fraudulent, has a new trial date in her case.

A judge set a date of March 4 for Dolezal, the former president of an NAACP chapter in Washington state, to face charges of welfare fraud, perjury and false verification for public assistance, according to Fox News.

In a show of how far she took the ruse, Dolezal, 41, taught African studies at nearby Eastern Washington University — she lost that gig too when exposed for faking her race.

After claiming she was living off only a few hundred dollars, given to her by friends, Dolezal received nearly $9,000 in food assistance.

An investigation of her banking records during this time period showed that Dolezal deposited more than $80,000.

Just as her parents ratted her out for faking her race, it appears someone tipped off the state of Washington that Dolezal had received money from sales of her memoir, titled “In Full Color,” which was released after all the controversy over her race, Fox News reported.

Court papers also showed that she made money from speaking engagements, soap making, doll making and the sale of her art.

As conservative actor James Woods noted, the whole saga has evolved into “a sad story finally.”

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Although, as a social media user opined, reserve your judgment as the facts in the case “are not black and white.”

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Tom Tillison


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