When Rachael Malonson entered a recent pageant, she didn’t think that she would even place, much less have the honor of winning it, but that’s exactly what happened. Unfortunately, her celebrations would be short-lived since cruel left-wingers could not stand to witness her good fortune, and they immediately attacked her for it over one thing they noticed about her body.
Congratulations to our 2017 Miss Black University of Texas! We thank our lovely contestants, as well as everyone else who came to support!👌🏽 pic.twitter.com/yEva52wpSp
— Iota Delta NUPEs (@ID_NUPEs) May 2, 2017
Fox News reports that the biracial 22-year-old was thrilled to win the Miss Black University of Texas pageant, hosted by Kappa Alpha Psi, a predominantly black fraternity. “It was definitely a huge honor to win. As a biracial woman, I didn’t even think I was able to place,” Malonson said.
Malonson confessed in a Facebook post that she was hesitant to even compete in the event because of challenges she has faced as a biracial woman. “I challenged myself by vulnerably expressing obstacles I face as a biracial woman and was not going to leave the stage without letting others know that my blessings and strength are in Christ alone,” she wrote.
As it turns out, her concerns were justified, as racist left-wingers immediately started bashing her and the contest after her victory was announced. Here are a few examples of their hatred:
A white woman won " Miss Black University of Texas". Timeline should the black community kill the one drop rule? pic.twitter.com/gaNHIg0Nw0
— Kind Hearted Ash🖤🖤 (@AshGoCrazyIII) May 3, 2017
Black women proudly stood next to a non black woman be “crowned” miss black university of texas … Wtf does “Miss Black” even fucking mean
— Lance (@CashFlowinAsset) May 3, 2017
— Lil' Bachata (@theriseofhope) May 3, 2017
According to KVUE, some even criticized Malonson to her face. “Someone literally asked me are you black? Can you prove it to me?” Malonson said. “I was like yes, my dad’s black and my mom’s white.” She added, “I don’t fit the stereotypical look that a black person would fit.”
Malonson said the avalanche of tweets she got because of her winning the competition got so bad that she had to delete Twitter off of her phone. “One guy said, ‘Kind of sad that the black community didn’t have the brass to limit the pageant to only women that look black,'” Malonson recalled.
There are actually a number of levels of liberal hypocrisy to be seen in this case. First of all, isn’t it a bit racist to have a “Miss Black” pageant, one that excludes other races, in the first place? If you think I’m wrong, just consider how a “Miss White” pageant would go over.
Secondly, many of these critics of Malonson and the pageant are the same people who proudly voted for Barack Obama, who himself had a black father and a white mother. Why aren’t they tweeting about him? He was “black enough” to be the first black president, so obviously none of this is about actual heritage or DNA. It’s about skin color, and that’s the definition of racist. In the words of MLK, perhaps the contestants shouldn’t be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
Ironically, it’s the “tolerant” left that notices skin color before anything else. So, who’re the real bigots? It’s time for everyone to move past racial considerations and just live productive lives. Malonson seems to be a good person, and even if the existence of a “Miss Black” pageant is a little silly, I would prefer to spend my time on more positive pursuits rather than criticize a biracial college kid for winning a contest.
The world would be a far better place if liberal whiners like this could find something better to do, as well. The times have moved past these people, even tthough they refuse to accept it.