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If you classify a fraction $k$ of your cases as positive then, because of the randomness, the same fraction $k$ of cases which should be positive will be classified positive (true positives), and the same fraction $k$ of cases which should be negative will be classified positive (false positives).
So the true positive rate and the false positive rate are the same.