Monday, June 15, 2015

"Trey Martinez" Fischer: The Original Rachel Dolezal

"A prudent man conceals knowledge,
But the heart of fools proclaims foolishness."
Proverbs 12:23

Last week, it was reported that an NAACP leader in Washington State who had claimed to be black was actually a narcissistic white chick; Cahnman's Musings wonders if she's been watching the Texas Legislature.

Ferdinand Frank Fischer III is an aggressively pro-Abortion Democrat state representative from San Antonio.   Since 2000, he's represented a supermajority Hispanic district.  In the racialist world of #HAILSATANTX Democrat identity politics, that required him to re-invent himself as "Trey Martinez" Fischer.

As Watchdog explained in 2013:
Ferdinand Frank Fischer III would be a great name for a Mexican monarchist trying to reclaim the crown of Emperor Maximilian, but it’s a lousy name for an ambitious American politician from a Latino district of San Antonio.

That’s why Fischer ditched it years ago, trying on a couple of monikers before building a name for himself as Trey Martinez Fischer, politician on the rise.


There’s no mystery why Fischer would want to pretend to be named Martinez. Sixty percent of the voting-age population in his district is Hispanic, and the percentage is even higher among Democrats. Six of the seven Democratic state representatives from Bexar County use Hispanic last names; the other five, as far as we know, have every right to do so.


Ferdinand Frank Fischer, III is the name on his children’s birth records and his attorney’s license. It’s the name on multiple deeds of property, including one from his own mother, and it’s the name on properties he owns in Bexar County. It’s the name under which he was convicted of driving while intoxicated as a young man in the late ’80s, and it’s that name on a lien against him released last year.
It gets better:
State law dictates that a “candidate’s name shall be printed on the ballot with the given name or initials first, followed by a nickname, if any, followed by the surname.” It forbids two nicknames, allowing just one “nickname of one unhyphenated word of not more than 10 letters.”
For fifteen years, Ferdinand Fischer has lied on the ballot in violation of state law.

From Spokane, WA to the Texas House of Representatives, one trait of leftism is the rejection of obvious truth for fashionable absurdity.  Nowhere is this truer than with race.  Lying to become the 'oppressed' victim du jour epitomizes this mentality.  By contrast, we assess people as individuals.  These incidents reveal that the content of both Rachel Dolezal's and Ferdinand Frank Fischer III's character as that of a pendejo....

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