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Shaun King Isn’t Sure Who His Dad Is

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From “Black Lives Matter” to “Black or White, What Does It Matter”?

Identity politics sure can get confusing sometimes. First we’re told that white people are to blame for all problems, everywhere. Then we’re told that race doesn’t actually exist, and even if it did, it would be irrelevant. Weird!

The unstoppable Chuck Ross reports:

Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King responded on the left-leaning website Daily Kos on Thursday to defend himself against recent reports casting doubt on claims he’s made about his past…

“For my entire life, I have held the cards of my complicated family history very close to my chest,” King wrote in the blog.

“I refuse to speak in detail about the nature of my mother’s past, or her sexual partners, and I am gravely embarrassed to even be saying this now, but I have been told for most of my life that the white man on my birth certificate is not my biological father and that my actual biological father is a light-skinned black man.”

He stated later in the lengthy post that he does not know who his father is.

So, to sum up the discussion:

Racist-ass white supremacists who just want to bring down a proud black man: Hi, Shaun King. You claim to speak for the Black Lives Matter movement, and you say your dad is black. But here’s some evidence we’ve found that your dad might not be black. Is your dad black?

Shaun King: I do not know if my dad is black.

BOOM. In your face, Milo Yiannopoulos!

I’d say that settles it. As a cross-burnin’, teabaggin’ cracker-ass cracker myself, I’d like to apologize to Shaun King for questioning his identity. He doesn’t really know, and it was wrong to ask if he did.

Oh, and I’m glad he’s not getting a DNA test and taking the $25,000 reward from those Uncle Toms at the Black Conservatives Fund. Why does King need to debunk them with scientific proof, and get that money in the process, when he can just claim he was told something that may or may not be true?

Shaun King doesn’t know if he’s black, white, biracial, or other. And that’s that.