[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry is sure to have earned the wrath of the oh-so-tolerant left after she questioned whether or not Rachel Dolezal could “be black.” Dolezal is the NAACP president who is white as snow but has, for years, fabricated an entire racial identity and backstory asserting that she is black. The revelation of her Caucasian ethnicity puts the left in a difficult spot as they have, for years, asserted that:[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]
A) Race shouldn’t matter and,
B) That in this day and age of “transgender” and “cisgender,” a person can subscribe to any delusional identity they wish.
Recently, Harris-Perry wondered aloud if whether or not Dolezal is black via transracial ideas.
“Is it possible that she might actually be black?” Harris-Perry questioned.
“I wonder if it could be that one could be born ‘cis-black’ and ‘trans-black.’ That there is a different category of blackness that’s about the achievement of blackness, despite one’s parentage.”
This is, perhaps, the most-backwards and racist ramblings I have ever seen.
The presupposition that to be black is to be great is a form of black supremacy and from the media discussion surrounding Dolezal’s charade, it has become quite clear that there is a hierarchy of value when it comes to the races.
Whereas once black people who could pull it off, “passed” as white to escape institutional discrimination and to gain access to better opportunities, it’s clear that Dolezal “passed” as black for the exact same reasons.
Further, Harris-Perry’s ramblings indicate that not only has society lost any sensible grip on reality in terms of labels or identities, but that the leftist media has placed a higher value on “blackness” over “whiteness.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]