On "The Five," Greg Gutfeld reacted to comments MSNBC's Michael Eric Dyson made regarding embattled former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal.

"It means that she may not be African-American, but she certainly could be black in a cultural sense. She's taking on the ideas, the identities, the struggles. She’s identified with them. I bet a lot more black people would support Rachel Dolezal than would support, say, Clarence Thomas," Dyson said yesterday.

Gutfeld stated that with his comment, Dyson admitted "ideology is a skin color."

"To him, a white communist is blacker than a black business owner," Gutfeld said. "By this logic, Dyson is whiter than Vanilla Ice."

Gutfeld added, "Once you accept identity cross-dressing, we can all play along."

"But I thank Rachel. By exposing the limits of identity politics, she reveals the absurdity of those who cling to it," Gutfeld said. "Activists will call you racist for incorporating other cultures. If so, then Rachel's black persona must be the worst form of white privilege."

Watch Gutfeld's monologue above.


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