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I don’t care if you are white or black — your Reading Comprehension and/or ability to form a coherent argument are severely lacking. Your question both has nothing to do with the point of my post and is factually wrong.

The hate-filled bigot Brook Butler had the gall to accuse others of being ahistorical while spewing completely ahistorical nonsense. I demonstrated how ignorant her view of history was.

I’m not going to get into all the other factually wrong things you have just parroted. It would take too long and only be read by you, a liberal tool and fool whose mind is closed. Quick example — the claims that black college graduates earn less than white college grads. That claim is as dumb as saying snow proves the world isn’t warming. All college grads are not the same. Black people get in with lower SAT and ACT scores. They then require more help to graduate, and in needing said help take longer to graduate. Since they were less qualified to begin with they are more likely to major in fields that only require you to parrot what the professors say, rather than hard sciences. Those fields pay less. Most employers want employees who can work on their own; needing assistance and tutoring and safe spaces in order to graduate college is not a sign of that ability. To even begin to determine if there is pay or employment discrimination you have to compare black and white graduates of the same school with the same major who got the same GPA and did so in the same number of years. Why do all that when you can count on a lazy and/or agenda-driven media to stenographically relay your simplistic comparison of all college graduates? Then the media gets a few quotes from the NAACP and Al Sharpton and actually thinks that is legit reporting. It’s not. It’s like credulously relaying a study from Exxon that climate change is a hoax, then calling it reporting by adding a few quotes from Senator Inhofe and the Coal Council.

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