Rachel Dolezal loses it and claims her parents may not be her birth parents

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Rachel Dolezal is going Donald Trump on herself. After being caught earlier this week lying about her race, she now seems set on lying about everything else in her life.

She is now a birther, about her own birth. In an interview aired on Tuesday night with NBC News host Savannah Guthrie, Dolezal said she was not sure her parents are her actual biological parents.

“I haven’t had a DNA test. There’s been no biological proof that Larry and Ruthanne are my biological parents,” said Dolezal.

“There’s a birth certificate that has your name and their names on it,” Guthrie replied while the footage of her birth certificate was shown on air.

“I’m not necessarily saying that I can prove they’re not,” Dolezal said. “But I don’t know that I can actually prove they are. I mean, the birth certificate is issued a month and a half after I’m born. And certainly there were no medical witnesses to my birth.”

This is actually not uncommon as birth certificates are not issued at the hospital in all states and parents must get the records themselves at a later date.

The lies and deceit coming from Dolezal is unreal. She had previously stated she had been born in a teepee, photographed herself with an African-American man she claimed was her father, sued her alma mater for racial discrimination because she was white, and then later decided to tell everyone she was black.

“Nothing about being white describes who I am,” she said. “So, what’s the word for it? The closest thing that I can come to is, if you’re black or white, I’m black. I’m more black than I am white.”

She has stated in earlier interviews as part of her media tour today that she identifies as black but not as African-American because she “does not like that term.”

This story seems to get more bizarre every time Dolezal opens her mouth.

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