It looks like Rachel Dolezal is searching for another 15-minutes of fame. Dolezal is white, though she insists that she “identifies as black” so therefore she is. Never mind her natural look of blonde hair, pale skin, and freckles. Forget about that girl! Dolezal now works hard to convince others, and herself, that she is black with her spray tan and weaves used to make her look “more ethnic.”
Dolezal was so deep in her lies about race that she was the director of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington and made a name for herself in the area with complaints about “racial hate crimes” with no evidence to prove it. She was outed a year ago as a white woman in blackface. Dolezal continued her sick farce on The Today Show Tuesday morning as she, get this, promoted a book she is writing on racial identity.
Speaking with host Savannah Guthrie, Dolezal said she has no regrets related to her deception. She explained, “I don’t have any regrets about how I identify. I’m still me and nothing about that has changed.”
The delusional race-baiter then went on to say she only wishes she had begun her deception regarding her race earlier.
“I do wish I could have given myself permission to really name and own the me of me earlier in life. It took me almost 30 years to get there. Certainly, I feel like it’s a complex issue. How do you just sum up a whole life of kind of coming into who you are in a sound bite? Those conversations? I feel like moving forward. I don’t have any regrets about that.”
She also lamented on how difficult day to day living is since people always want to stop to take pictures. Dolezal says she’s looking forward to the day when she can return to racial and social justice work.
If her reception on Twitter is any indication, Rachel Dolezal may want to keep a low profile for awhile longer. The responses were swift and hilarious.
I'll never forget where I was on the one-year anniversary of Rachel Dolezal not being black.
— Chris Regan (@ChrisRRegan) April 12, 2016
Rachel Dolezal will pay tribute to Michael Jackson’s “Black or White” song in her upcoming book about racial identity.
— Demetrius Minor (@dminor85) April 12, 2016
Rachel Dolezal has written a book. She says putting ink on paper came naturally to her since she's been covering white with black for years.
— B. Miller (@BlaiseInKC) April 12, 2016
This one is politically incorrect, but oh so funny!
Photo: Rachel Dolezal on the Today show: "The struggle is real." pic.twitter.com/JZ93FIHJHq
— RightWired (@_donaldson) April 12, 2016