A white blond woman who identifies as a black person has received a new trial date for her welfare fraud case. Her name is Rachel Dolezal and she was once the president of an NAACP chapter in Washington state. She became famous when people finally called her out for being white, including her own parents. Rachel Dolezal is not African-American at all, but she has been acting and identifying as if she was, basically lying to everyone about who she really is.
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She'll be in court on March 4th to deal with her welfare fraud case.
The 41-year-old fraudster changed her name to Nkechi Diallo in 2016, but no one really cares about that and everyone still calls her Rachel Dolezal. I don't even know how to pronounce her new name, so I'm not calling her that either. It sounds fake, like the rest of her.
Fox News stated that she "was arrested in May 2018 on charges of first-degree theft by welfare fraud, perjury in the second degree and false verification for public assistance, FOX 28 reported. Investigators claim that several years back Diallo began falsifying reports of her income so that she could qualify for public assistance, the station reported. She claimed she was living on just a few hundred dollars a month, donated by friends, the report said.
She was able to collect nearly $9,000 in state financial assistance from August 2015 to November 2017, Spokane's KHQ-TV reported, citing court documents. But a state investigation of her banking records found she deposited more than $80,000 in that same time period, the report said. "
Dolezal's welfare fraud case began in March of 2017 after a state investigator was tipped off that Dolezal wrote her autobiography. It was titled "In Full Color" which is fine, because white is a color too. The state investigator saw that she was getting paid from her book sales, speaking engagements, making soap and dolls, and selling her art. First of all, who is dumb enough to have this color changing windbag speak for them? Not me. I wouldn't buy her soap either. How gullible are people who were dealing with this woman? Or did they buy it because it was a token item, kinda like when she's white showing up at the NAACP meetings and she's the token white girl.
Let's be thankful her parents whipped her into shape back in 2015 when they called her out for being white. It was so funny that childhood photos of Dolezal popped up on the Internet showing her to be a pasty white blond who looked like she hadn't seen the sun for months.
Why would a pale white girl think she can fool everyone and say she's black?
When she got outed by her parents, she resigned from the NAACP job, got kicked off a police oversight commission, lost her job as a freelance writer for a newspaper, and was also fired from teaching African studies at Eastern Washington University.
Talk about an avalanche happening all at once.
You know what color an avalanche is, right? Yup, she got whitewashed.
Listen folks, it doesn't matter what color you are when you're born - just embrace it, love it, and be it. Stop being fake. Just be you.
If you're a good person, then people will appreciate that more than trying to tell them you're something that you're not.