What’s Really Going on in Oregon? Taking Back the Narrative | KrisAnne Hall
Published jan. 8, 2016 by Constitutional lawyer KrisAnne Hall, Esq.
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If Rachel Dolezal Isn’t Black, How Is Caitlyn Jenner A Woman? | Fed
Spokane NAACP president Rachel Dolezal, a professor of Africana Studies at Eastern Washington University, was outed earlier this week by her parents as being white.
In what has to be one of the more bizarre news stories of 2015, Dolezal pretended for years to be black. Social media accounts posted pictures of a black man who she said was her father (he’s not). She regularly wrote about her black son Izaiah (he’s actually her adopted brother).
It also appears as though she repeatedly lied about being the victim of race-based hate crimes. She claims to have been the victim of at least nine separate hate crimes.
As you might expect, this story has gotten a lot of attention, namely because Dolezal isn’t black. She’s white. Very white. …
And yet, the Left and the media would have us believe that Bruce Jenner can become a woman by…changing his name, his wardrobe, his makeup, and his hair. How can you logically square the belief that Jenner is a hero while Dolezal is a mental case? Well, you can’t…
Because We Sleep | John Galt @ Shenandoah Blog
…Meanwhile, in a suburb of Seattle, WA, a 15 year old teenager was shot by a “contractor” working for the FDA. How was this allowed to occur? Why would a mercenary for our government shoot and wound a child? And since when did the U.S. Government not have the capacity to protect facilities without local law enforcement assistance and require the massive hiring of Blackwater type mercenary armies to engage in unconstitutional activities? That’s an easy question to answer as it is quite simple:
Because we sleep …. go here –.> Shenandoah
And see here as well:
A 15-year-old boy is being questioned by police after he was shot in the foot after driving his car into a security guard at a Food and Drug Administration lab in Bothell Friday morning. Continue reading