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Rachel Dolezal: Babe In The Woods — No, Seriously. She Was Born In The Woods

Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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The plot thickens.

Not only has Rachel Dolezal lied about a whole mess of things like her race, racially motivated harassment, now we have to swallow another Dolezalism, which is this: She says she has no proof that her parents are really her parents. And get this…she was born in the woods.

“I haven’t had a DNA test,” she told NBC “TODAY Show” host Savannah Guthrie in what NBC describes as an “exclusive” interview. “There’s been no biological proof that Larry and Ruthanne are my biological parents.”

Guthrie was astounded. “Why would you doubt something that was so fundamental?”

Considering her parents outed her as a honkey, it seems only reasonable that she would publicly question whether Larry and Ruthanne Dolezal are really responsible for bringing her into the world.

Dolezal told Guthrie the birth certificate came six weeks after her birth.

Are you catching on here? Black doesn’t have to mean black. A birth certificate is just a piece of paper that can’t be authenticated. And Larry and Ruthanne are just a couple of white people.

“Certainly there were no medical witnesses to my birth,” she said. “It was in the woods.”

Yeah, you read that right. THE WOODS.

Somehow there weren’t bronzers or spray tan options in the woods in 1977, so she popped out of the womb not black.

And right…no medical witnesses. Just allegedly her so-called white father.