Formerly Hispanic Miami Cop 'Sparks Outrage' by Choosing to Identify as a Black Man

Chris Menahan
Jan. 22, 2020

Transracial bigotry is alive and well in America, folks.

Our hate-filled media is shamefully leading a hate mob against another black man because he's not "black enough" for them.

From NBC News:
A Miami police officer has drawn outrage after claiming at a public meeting last week that he identified as a black man, despite having previously identified himself as a white Hispanic man.

Miami police Capt. Javier Ortiz was named at a meeting of city commissioners on Friday as part of a complaint made by other officers that there is a disparity in the treatment of black officers in the department. Ortiz was accused by Sgt. Stanley Jean-Poix of having identified himself as a black man on police exams to get a promotion.
[...] Ortiz was allowed to defend himself against numerous accusations at the meeting and insisted that he was, in fact, a black man because of the so-called one-drop rule. He denied being Hispanic, although he did admit to having identified himself as a white man in previous documents.

"Well, I learned that there are people in my family that are mixed, that are black," Ortiz said. "And if you know anything about the one-drop rule, which started in the 20th century, which is what identifies and defines what a black man is, or a Negro."

The one-drop rule is the assertion that anyone of African descent, no matter how small the ancestry, is considered black.
He didn't make the rules, folks -- he's just living under them.

It's high time our media stopped oppressing black men like Mr. Ortiz and accept the fact it's 2020 and their transracial bigotry will no longer be tolerated!

If non-American citizens can identify as more American than actual Americans and non-binary folks can identify as members of the opposite gender why can't transracial folks identify as whatever race they please?

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