lmao i love having to argue against 'just because there is a skew in data between black and white people in almost all systemic instances doesnt mean theres a racial bias' very big brained, sir
do you have data that supports your implied claim that black people carry around marijuana with them more than whites do? because if black communities are coincidentally more policed than white ones. could that possibly be a factor? hmmm.
how do you know black americans are poorer because of poor choices? can you substantiate that they arent pushed into those conditions by socioeconomic factors? like say, being unable to get a job and having to sell drugs to make money, not having access to birth control or contraception? did you happen to watch the prageru video about this by ben shapiro because your argument is the exact same as the one he made.
do you think that if the opportunities were equal, the success rates would be similar too? why is it that the equal opportunity society we have has black people failing at a disproportionate rate to white people?
lastly, may i directly quote you? "Yet, Leftist invented the Birther argument anyways, against a WHITE MAN". your next issue is you say a liberal law professor filed a lawsuit against mccain. first thing's first, you claim he is a *liberal*, not a leftist, and there is a distinction. second, again, that lawsuit was calling to the eligibility of mccain because it was a gray area in law. ultimately, mccain won out of course. but in obama's case, there isnt any evidence to show that obama was born outside of america whatsoever, just weird conspiracies, which you havent provided any precedent for. mccain's birthplace was a fact of the matter, and there was a question to what extend 'born in the usa' counted. but the birther movement's argument was that obama wasnt born in american territory at all, he was from kenya, he was lying about being born in the usa, and was not allowed to run for president, none of which, as i have said, was proven in any way.