Meet Vijay Chokal-Ingam, an Indian American who, after getting rejected from medical school for only having a 3.1 GPA, decided to reapply — but only after making a few select changes to himself:
“So, I shaved my head, trimmed my long Indian eyelashes, and applied to medical school as a black man,” Vijay wrote in a blog post.
“My change in appearance was so startling that my own fraternity brother didn’t recognize me at first. I even joined the Organization of Black Students and started using my embarrassing middle name that I had hidden from all of my friends since I was a 9 years old.”
He added, “Vijay the Indian-American frat boy become Jojo the African American Affirmative Action applicant to medical school.”
And guess what happened …
He got accepted!
According to The Blaze, he has since dropped out of medical school and now “offers interview preparation and resume writing services in Los Angeles.”
However, he has also become a vocal champion against affirmative action and is currently working on a book tentatively titled, “Almost Black: The True Story Of An Indian American Who Got Into Medical School Posing As An African American”:
— Vijay Chokal-Ingam (@VijayIngam) March 5, 2015
The last thing to know is that this guy is the brother of famed feminist nitwit Mindy Kaling. Furthermore, when Al Sharpton found out about Vijay’s shtick, he reportedly chastised him for “exploiting his sister’s fame to enable white supremacy” and “hurt a key program for the disenfranchised.”
Translation: Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah!
Sorry to break it to Sharpton, but Asians as a whole (and this includes Malaysians, Somalians, Pakistanis, Indians, etc.) only make up 5.3 percent of the population, whereas his beloved people make up almost 13.2 percent!
Who’s the disenfranchised one now, punk?