Barack Obama: Rachel Dolezal 2.0?

These past few months, there seems to be a trend of white liberals, posing as black people, seeking to be accepted in some of the most divisive groups and movements of our time: The NAACP and Black Lives Matter. Rachel Dolezal was the first. This past June, Rachel was outed as a white woman by her biological parents, despite for years claiming to be black. Due to the backlash she received, she was forced to resign her role as President of the Spokane NAACP and has found a much more promising career in the field of cosmetology, where being a certified racebaiter is absent within the usual job description. Now just last week, Shaun King, an influential voice in the “Black Lives Matter” movement  was outed as a white man! Now, this seems to be turning into some really sick pattern, and I don’t like it one bit. For a party that seems hellbent on eradicating every controversial object, figure, and symbol dealing with race, they seem to have no problem embracing modern day black face.

But, let’s be honest: Shaun isn’t Rachel Dolezal 2.0. That honor belongs to our Divider in Chief, Barack Hussein Obama. Now, while many Democratic Party elites don’t seem to remember this seemingly well known fact, President Obama isn’t black. He’s biracial. So, essentially, hasn’t he excelled at doing exactly what Shaun and Rachel did–just with far less criticism?

While some seek to sugarcoat the honest to God truth, I’m just going to go ahead and be blunt. President Obama was elected in large part for being “black.” Many African Americans saw him as one of their own. They saw him as an opportunity to put the first “black” man in the White House. But as far as I’m concerned, we allowed ourselves to once again fall victim to the stellar masquerade skills of the left. President Obama made it to the White House, not because of his own merit, but by pulling an immensely cruel joke on the black community.

Under President Obama’s leadership, unemployment among the black community has reached a staggering 14.4%, more than double the overall unemployment rate for all Americans (which currently stands at 5.3%). That’s not even the worst of it. Under Obama, more blacks make minimum wage than any other race, and fewer blacks own homes than any other race. I don’t think this was the hope and change many in the black community expected when casting their votes for President Obama.

But like Rachel Dolzeal and Shaun King, white liberals who sometimes find it convenient to forget about their very own racial identity, President Obama has played a 6.5 year long running joke on the black community. The joke being that “I’m here for you, guys,” “I know the struggle,” and my personal favorite, “I’m one of you.” The numbers don’t lie, but opportunistic race baiters do. They lie about their race. They lie about their sympathy. They lie about their very own identity.

President Bush said it best, so I thought I’d quote him here: “…fool me once, shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.”

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BREAKING: So Liberals Actually Lied About Kid Rock And The Confederate Flag…

We discussed this nontroversy over Kid Rock and the American Flag last week. To recap: protesting a museum, that isn’t displaying the flag, over their exhibit of a musician, who has used the flag in the past, but not recently… and we weren’t even sure when the last time was. Only now, we do.

Kid Rock of course had a measured and well reasoned response. For those too lazy to click the hyperlink, allow me to recap the general sentiment.

Kiss my *ss!

You’d think it was a closed chapter. But, it ain’t over until the formerly-fat black pseudo-reverend sings! The Detroit chapter of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network is meeting with General Motors to “discuss” their sponsorship of Kid Rock, because obviously Al’s got to get paid!

But here’s the shocking truth behind Kid Rock and the confederate flag…

In May 2011, Kid Rock stepped up to a Cobo Center podium to accept a Great Expectations Award from Detroit’s NAACP, describing himself as humbled and overwhelmed by the moment. And that was the night, says a spokesman for the Detroit star, that Kid Rock quietly decided he would stop using the Confederate flag onstage.

“It’s been more than five years since he’s had that flag on tour,” said publicist Nick Stern. “They’re protesting something he’s not even doing.”

What. A. Racist. Flying the Confederate flag until he…wait, got an award from the NAACP? Decided five years ago on his own to stop using the flag? Didn’t send out a press release that he was doing so, nor need a national outrage to guilt him into it?

We agree with Kid Rock’s initial response to the protesters. Our only grievance is that it was too kind.

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Right After Barbaric Planned Parenthood Video Was Released, Obama’s Campaign Tweeted 14 Jaw-Dropping Words

The political Twitter account of Barack Obama sent out an untimely tweet the same day the Center for Medical Progress released a two hour video exposing a doctor from Planned Parenthood admitting “how Planned Parenthood sells the body parts of aborted unborn children and admitting she uses partial-birth abortions to supply intact body parts.”

The account, run by Obama’s political arm, Organizing for Action, sent out the following message Tuesday, the same day the video was released:

The quote was taken from Obama’s address to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s (NAACP) annual convention, held on the same day. Still, the message did not make for very positive replies.    

h/t: Twitchy

Was the tweet by Obama’s political group deliberate or simply a case of bad timing? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Fanning The Flames Of Another Black Church Arson Hoax

America is still reeling from the horrific Charleston, S.C., massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church that claimed the lives of nine innocent people.

The last thing the community and our country need are hysterical journalists compounding the pain with inflammatory reporting on an unsubstantiated “epidemic” of black church arsons.

On Monday, a Baltimore Sun lead editorial decried “a series of mysterious fires at African-American churches across the South” in the wake of the Charleston murders. The newspaper cited a “pattern” of attacks, including what it claimed was an “uptick in attacks on 37 black churches in the South” in the 1990s that “prompted President Bill Clinton to set up a church-arson investigative task force.”

The Sun neglected to mention that Clinton had falsely claimed at the time that he had “vivid and painful memories of black churches being burned in my own state when I was a child”– an assertion immediately debunked by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

The Sun also neglected to mention that the manufactured media coverage that launched the 1990s black church arson juggernaut, fueled by former USA Today reporter Gary Fields’ 61 fear-mongering stories, fell apart under scrutiny. Fields’ own employer was forced to admit that “analysis of the 64 fires since 1995 shows only four can be conclusively shown to be racially motivated.”

Reminder: Several of the hyped hate crimes against black churches had been committed by black suspects; a significant number of the black churches were, in fact, white churches; and the complex motives behind the crimes included mental illness, vandalism, and concealment of theft.

Once again, falsified history is repeating itself.

The NAACP, which capitalized on the Clinton-era race hustle, is now pushing the new arson epidemic narrative. The organization remains shamelessly undaunted after fueling the fake NAACP “bombing” in Colorado Springs earlier this year. The group’s CEO, Cornell Brooks, tweeted the incendiary “#WhoIsBurningBlackChurches” hashtag on Tuesday and disclosed that he is “informing churches, reviewing legislation, pushing media awareness and deciding legal options.”

The left-wing instigators at the Southern Poverty Law Center, whose stated mission is to “destroy” its political opponents and whose target map and list of social conservative groups were used by left-wing domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins to shoot up the Washington, D.C., office of the Family Research Council in 2012, baselessly reported: “In what may not be a coincidence, a string of nighttime fires have damaged or destroyed at least six predominately black churches in four southern states in the past week.”

Teach for America alumnus agitator DeRay McKesson quickly added his Twitter kerosene to the fire, reflexively claiming that the “KKK” was responsible for a half-dozen black church burnings.

Buried beneath the sensationalized social media avalanche of panic: the more judicious and careful observations of Los Angeles Times reporter Matt Pearce that the feds have made no official determinations that any hate crimes have taken place and that “it’s unclear whether any of the fires are linked.”

It was observed that “one of the half-dozen church crimes was most likely “accidental” and had “no element of criminal intent.”

Another “was likely touched off by an electrical short” after a tree limb fell on the property, yanking the electrical service line with it.

And yet another alleged “black church arson” actually involved a white church “struck by lightning.”

No matter.

NBC News trumpeted: “Spate of Fires at Black Churches Raise Concerns of Rise in Hate Crimes.”

The Washington Post ominously tallied “five predominantly black Southern churches burn within a week; arson suspected in at least three.”

The New York Daily News blared: “String of apparent arson fires plague black churches in Carolinas, Georgia and Tennessee.” quoted a hate crimes “expert” blaming — you guessed it — “the growth of violent right-wing extremist ideology in the U.S.” for the nonexistent black church arson epidemic.

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. In this case, it’s coming from the five-alarm self-immolation of agenda-driven journalism’s credibility.


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Watch: Stunning Video Just Surfaced Of Rachel Dolezal In Baltimore Fanning The Flames

A video has surfaced showing Rachel Dolezal, the former head of the Spokane, Washington, NAACP chapter, participating in a protest against police brutality in Baltimore last month, following the death of Freddie Gray.

In the video, Dolezal tells the assembled group of black protesters that she can identify with the problems they are having with police brutality in Baltimore. She relates how they had been having the same types of problems in the “other Washington.”

She mentions the case of Lorenzo Hayes, 37, who died in Spokane police custody on May 13 under some circumstances similar to Freddie Gray. Dolezal says she and others marched in protest in Washington because of this mysterious death.

She tells the Baltimore protesters that police brutality is “something that is affecting us nationwide, and if there is no justice, there will be no peace.”

She then starts leading them in a chant: “No justice, no peace. No racist police.”

Dolezal went on to meet with notorious Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby, whose office has made several missteps in bringing its case against the six officers accused of involvement in the death of Freddie Gray, from listing the wrong people on arrest warrants to filing a motion in the wrong court.

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As reported by Western Journalism, both Dolezal’s parents and her brother have confirmed that she is Caucasian. A birth certificate also proves her ethnicity.

Dolezal told Today’s Matt Lauer that she nonetheless identifies as black. She is raising two black sons.

“I have a huge issue with blackface. This is not some freak ‘Birth of a Nation’ mockery blackface performance,” she said. “This is on a very real, connected level. How I’ve had to go there with the experience, not just a visible representation, but with the experience.” (Birth of a Nation is the controversial film about the Civil War and Reconstruction period in the south, with a cast that included white actors portraying black people.)

NBC News reported that Dolezal resigned Monday from her position as president of the NAACP’s Spokane, Washington, chapter “amid the controversy surrounding her and claims she made about her race and upbringing.”

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