Skip to comments.Did Lethargic Politico Reporter Pull a Dolezal With College Application Lie?
Posted on 06/17/2015 6:27:12 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
Politico has been covering the Rachel Dolezal story as have many other news sources as you can see here, here, and here. Who can blame them? It is a fascinating story about a white person casting herself (soon to be himself?) as a member of another group. However, it turns out that Politico may be able to get the inside scoop on what it is like to fake ethnicity from one of their own. None other than their hilariously infamous lethargic labor reporter, Mike Elk, according to his own declaration, pretended to be an American Indian on his college financial aid application in order to get a better deal.
According to his March 2012 tweet, Elk declared that he marked the "Native American box" for college aid. His justification was "everyone lies like Daisy its human." It's (correct grammar) also wrong but, hey, Elk doesn't seem to care since it is Marxist credo that the ends justifies the means.
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Tolya this was about Fauxahontas. Hillary's getting anxious, so she's connecting the dots for everyone.
a disciple of Senator Warren!!!
Best to call the law firm of Wig, Wam & Associates
I think it is a crime that the Federal govt is allowed to ask about race in any fashion. We are all supposed to be equal under the law and our national government should be absolutely color and race blind.
The American public should take a stand and just start marking different boxes for whatever they feel like... American-Indian on college apps, Eskimo for financial aid, African-American for mortgages, mark every box for the census....
There are a lot of Dolezals out there.
You really expected a Progressive to have ethics versus their self interest?
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