Friday WTF: White People Are Crazy Edition


Rachel Dolezal

Rachel Dolezal

Rachel Dolezal

This may be the strangest story I have ever read:

Spokane NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal falsely portrays herself as black, family says

SPOKANE, Wash. — Controversy is swirling around one of the Spokane region’s most prominent civil rights activists, with family members saying the local leader of the NAACP has falsely portrayed herself as black for years.

Rachel Dolezal is president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP, chair of the city’s Office of Police Ombudsman Commission, and an adjunct professor at Eastern Washington University.

The Spokesman-Review reported Thursday that questions have arisen about her background and her numerous complaints to police of harassment. The story was first reported by the Coeur d’Alene Press.

Dolezal’s mother, Ruthanne, says the family’s ancestry is Czech, Swedish and German, with a touch of Native American heritage.

Dolezal has identified herself in application materials as white, black and Native American.

Police say they have found little evidence of racial harassment.

What. The. FUCK?

Don’t they have any real black people in Spokane?

I want to know how she became the local NAACP president.

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124 Responses to Friday WTF: White People Are Crazy Edition

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    It gets weirder:

    Multiple interviewers have reported that Dolezal told them she was born in a teepee in Montana. The detail appeared in 2012 in a profile for Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living magazine and several times in interviews and features published by EWU’s student newspaper.

    “That is totally false,” Ruthanne said.

    Dolezal’s mother said she and Larry lived in a teepee for a while in 1974, when they were first married and three years before Dolezal was born.

    “That was the end of living in the teepee,” Ruthanne said.

    Ruthanne said other claims attributed to her daughter in the media are untrue.

    Rachel did not have to use bows and arrows to hunt for her own food, Ruthanne said, and she never lived in South Africa or Colorado. Ruthanne said she, Larry and the younger adopted siblings moved to South Africa in 2002, and lived there until 2006. Larry was stationed there as an employee of the faith-based Creation Ministries International.

    • 49erDweet says:

      I’m confused. Is this the same faux-native-American educator person considering running for president? Or just a sorority sister?

  2. Is this like when non-veterans dress up in BDUs and fake medals and such?? This is some wacky stuff.

  3. Myiq2xu says:

    At the end of this interview she is asked if her father is really black:

  4. Myiq2xu says:

    Twitter is having too much fun with this.

  5. Myiq2xu says:

    They mocked Mitt Romney when he said the Chinese were hacking our government computers.

    He was right.

  6. Myiq2xu says:
  7. HELENK3 says:

    well racist is so last year, now everything is sexists.
    where do they get these professors, they are overpaid with too much time on their hands

      • leslie says:

        Megyn was great last night — on fire, in fact.
        Saying “you guys” got me into some hot water last year with a state department representative. She said “Don’t say that! It’s offensive.” So I asked if I simply said “You” would be less offensive (because I was really asking if *she* were the person at fault in that instance) She said she didn’t like the question to begin with.
        I guess she didn’t because she had been screwing with the life of one of my patients. SHE was the one who directed his case to an office where he could not possibly present himself – thereby causing dismissal of his application for services. (she was a real *B*). I got the application redirected to a near-by office.

        • elliesmom says:

          When I went through teacher training, we were told not to use “you guys”. When someone in the class asked what to use instead, the prof suggested “you people”. Yeah, try that in a classroom when you’re white, and the majority of the class isn’t. I called my students “my cherubs”. As in “OK, cherubs, let’s get to work.” Those in class who knew what a cherub was thought it was funny. The rest were too lazy to look it up. They knew it wasn’t on their list of words they were supposed to get up in my face over so all was good.

          • foxyladi14 says:


          • Propertius says:

            Were they the cute, chubby, baroque Christian cherubs (really cupids in disguise), or were they the old time bad*ss, Jewish cheruvim? In Jewish lore, cherubs are the “guardians of the glory of God” and are typically described as having the body of a bull or lion, the head of a man and eagle’s wings (often multiple sets). Oh, and flaming swords. Can’t forget the flaming swords.

            I don’t think I’d want a class full of them.

          • leslie says:

            You people is now considered raaycissst dontcha know. I’m always cautious about using it – especially on the phone – when I can’t see who’s on the other end. This lady wouldn’t have been happy no matter what I said, because I was calling her on abusing consumers. Making it difficult for the most vulnerable to obtain the services they need so they aren’t burdening others.
            Her words to me were: “If he can’t get to that office, how is he supposed to get to work?” (The office was in another suburb where the transportation is limited to — none. And access to the office is by car only.) She knew that and was trying to deny someone who was looking to work the opportunity to find it through the state agency. Seriously, if I had said “You people”, I’d have been hauled on the carpet by state agencies.

          • 49erDweet says:

            That’s really interesting. When I ran various DMV offices I often had to extemporaneously address a couple of hundred customers waiting in line and invariably began: “You folks (might want to know the computers are down for a couple of hours). etc”. Don’t recall every receiving any push-back for using that term.

  8. HELENK3 says:

    why do I feel that this is a way to try and damage Scott Walker. read the whole thing

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Just something to add to Facepalm Friday😉 The Navy is naming a ship after Gabby Giffords?! I hope it doesn’t have guns on board…..oh wait, a combat ship???:facepalm:

    I’m sure there are a few other ladies who actually served in national defense positions that are more deserving of the “honor”.

  10. HELENK3 says:

    trade bill passes.

    the republicans just backtrack too much power

  11. HELENK3 says:

    interesting picture.
    check out these two
    neither one is authentic

  12. HELENK3 says:

    Wow I guess she is not that special

    1/2 multiracial adults in the USA are white-American Indian

    • 1539days says:

      American-Indian is pretty common. Most of my father’s side of the family is part Native American because that’s the line of the family that ended up having the most kids. My aunt is the last member who’s fully Sicilian.

  13. Elliott says:

    Histrionic narcissistic personality disorder. This woman, mattress girl, the Baltimore prosecutor, Lena Dunam, Caitlyn, etc. They must be center of attention, act out sexually (to various degrees), very dramatic, terrible things happen to them or about them or through them constantly, shallowness and manipulative to obtain what they want, crave novelty and excitement and immediate attention and excitement, exaggerated speech featuring lack of detail and seeking attention, etc. This is more of the norming of major psychological problems in the culture. We are turning the crazy and damaged normal and the normal to aberrant. Notice where this woman seeks attention. A college where she works and how she got her job by being a double victim (black AND native American), the media and law enforcement, the internet with her selfies and fantasies, etc. The internet and media is a narcissist’s dream and this pattern of behavior can be seen by a whole nation by one narcissist instead of just their family and neighborhood so they seem to be everywhere. Their families. friends and targets often get sick of it and blow the whistle on them.

  14. DeniseVB says:

    Hillary’s going to launch with personal stories about her mom to prove why she cares about children’s issues and stuff. Like making them cancel their neighborhood party for her Hillary “I mean it this time” campaign kick-off ? She did write about her mom’s tough childhood quite extensively in her memoir “Living History” …… why does it seem like a surprise to Time ? NYT is also running the story.

    • 49erDweet says:

      What could possibly go wrong?

    • She does not get it. Anybody can hate a mom, especially a good one. In fact, most people do. But daddies? They can never show up and you can write a book about how much you fucking miss the fact that he did not give two shits about that one-in-million sperm and you can win the presidency. Just ask Barack Obama.

      The model Clinton is using is so fucking transparent. They should just thrown up a statue of her and Al Gore french kissing on the National Mall right now, because that’s where this is headed.

    • HELENK3 says:

      She lied about being black on a signed application to be a ‘police oversight’ ombudsman. So she’s now in trouble with the city of Spokane.

      Dolezal’s application for appointment to Spokane’s new police ombudsman commission was signed by Dolezal and submitted in May 2014. The application was acquired by The Press through a public record request.

      According to Spokane City spokesman Brian Coddington, Dolezal was appointed to the Police Oversight Committee by the mayor himself. In April 2014, the city held two public workshops to consider how the oversight committee should be formed, Coddington said.

      And yes, she is a Black Lives Matter supporter.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’m confused, do you have to be black to work for social justice issues? Many of the Black Lives Matter folks think she could help them more by helping end white supremacy, so they’re a bit livid with her too🙂

        • mcnorman says:

          It’s not just here in the states. The BBC is having a field day with many who are plain ole gobsmacked at this woman’s behavior.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          If it is like many of the committees and boards* I have served on or worked for/with, if there is any government connection, (city,county, state, feds) there are general guidelines for having a cross-section of the area’s demographics (this is now pushed as diversity). Many are not cut in stone, but applicants who click certain boxes (e.g., race, disability) get preferential treatment. Yes, it means that certain groups might have a much larger applicant pool but other groups get more slots proportionally. Things like race/ethnicity as reported by the applicant are rarely questioned. Think Faux Nation Warren.

          *Note: Most of my experience is with volunteer committees and boards in PA/MD/VA/DE but the last 25 years or so in metro DC.

  15. HELENK3 says:

    It is getting just sick in this country.
    first of all if the nutcase was so worried, why did she not bring the kid to her house until the parents got home?

  16. DandyTIger says:

    • votermom says:

      That guy is hilarious. Just followed him.

      • Lulu says:

        When he fights with people it is SO funny. #WrongSkin
        The idiot progs don’t know how to deal with him. Someone said he can’t deal with his cisracial priveledge! And don’t call him names because he is “differently tarded”.

      • DeniseVB says:

        LOL, I followed him too ! When I saw USA Today and other msm’s weighing in “Is He Real or Isn’t He ?” tweets, it took me 10 seconds to scroll down his timeline to see he’s just a wise ass. Not hard at all.

        • Lulu says:

          I think he is a college kid and mostly twits when he is out of school. He reminds me of Monty Python ridiculousness.

    • mcnorman says:

      ROFLMAO I’m mocking him.

      Rachel et al need to get in line.

  17. HELENK3 says:

    David Burge ‏@iowahawkblog 2h2 hours ago

    If Dolezal refuses to step down, and the NAACP fires her, does she have a basis for a racial discrimination suit? #ChimeInHereLawyers

  18. Propertius says:

    I think she’s shown us the way to end racial strife in America.

    From now on, everybody’s African American.

    Problem solved!

  19. HELENK3 says:

    this is just sick. nothing like pouring salt into the wounds of the parents of the Benghazi heroes. who died while she did not send the help needed

    if I ever even thought about voting for her this time, this would change my mind

  20. Dora says:

    Isn’t this similar to Benedict Arnold turning over the fortifications along the Hudson River to the British? I think so. So where is the outrage?

    America’s strategic infrastructure compromised: Did Clinton pay-to-play arrangement hand over port container operations inside national security nexus to wealthy foreign associates?

  21. Myiq2xu says:

  22. SHV says:

    It’s all about “feelings” and narrative. I just looked online about NAACP history and it have been re-written from then last time I looked about 15 years ago. IIRC, the NAACP was primarily founded and organized by Whites, many of whom were Jewish and it wasn’t until after WWII(?) that there was a Black President of the NAACP. Also during the 60’s, the majority of the civil right lawyers/activists going into the segregated South were White/Jewish. Now that version of “history” is missing or obscured. So I guess that Ms. Dolezal is trying to go back to the organizations “roots”.

  23. Dora says:

    OMG – what fools they are!

    Democrats Chant ‘Four More Years!’ During Obama’s Surprise Visit to Congressional Baseball Game

  24. Myiq2xu says:
  25. Myiq2xu says:

    Who is the hottie on her back?

  26. DeniseVB says:

    Keith explains this was a massive defeat for Obama. Sorry to say I haven’t been paying much attention, sigh, Rubio’s tickets and boat and all 😉

    • Lulu says:

      He is on his way out. He has been a disaster for the country, his party and the world. His authority is now nil except for spite actions. He went to Congress and whined and hectored and berated them and they said NO MORE. He is kaput. I watched the vote and a lot of Dems and Repubs hung back to see which way the wind was blowing. It blew against Obama then they rushed to vote NO and a bunch changed their vote to avoid voter wrath in 2016. Without the US the EU will continue to balk too because the wind shifted there too. The Obama era is over.

      • swanspirit says:

        I am ready to pop the champagne cork on the end of the Obama era , but then I have been ready to do that for years. Since 2008 actually.😉

    • HELENK3 says:

      did the dems in congress just tell backtrack, he is NOT king of the hill?

  27. Dora says:

    But the Red State Gathering is still on in Atlanta from August 6-9. Hee Hee. 🙂

    BREAKING: Iowa Straw Poll Cancelled

  28. I would just like to note that, based on the pics posted on this post, you can tell she has had a nose job and now her nose is more white. Oops! LOL

    Okay, now to go back and read comments on this freak show.

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