Rachel Dolezal's Dad: We'll Take DNA Test to Prove She's Our Biological Daughter
"If someone will take her up on that bluff, she will readily be proven to be our biological daughter."
Former NAACP Spokane president Rachel Dolezal recently said that she has "no biological proof" that her white parents are her biological parents. Dolezal has come under fire after her parents revealed that she is white, although she has been pretending to be black.
In response to Dolezal saying she hasn't had a DNA test and therefore can't know if Larry and Ruthanne are her biological parents, Larry tells People, "If someone will take her up on that bluff, she will readily be proven to be our biological daughter."
"All I can think to say is, wow," he says.
He adds, "All the people in Troy and Libby she grew up with know she is our daughter. Her former husband, her son Franklin and our son Izaiah also know. All four of her grandparents are still alive and are witnesses, as well as numerous other family members. In fact, as I recall my parents came to our house and met her the very day she was born."
"I'm not necessarily saying that I can prove they're not," Dolezal told Savannah Guthrie in an interview, "but I don't know that I can actually prove they are. I mean, the birth certificate was issued a month and a half after I'm born. Certainly there were no medical witnesses to my birth. It was in the woods."