I’d specifically like to hear opinions from white people or people who identify as white. What is your exact idea and definition of “the race card”?
Most Helpful Guy
A black man with a HS degree enters JP Morgan Chase & Co building for an interview. When the interview finishes, he's told that he doesn't have the qualities to become an employee, especially since he doesn't even have a bachelor's degree.
He calls them racist.
A black woman pulls out a knife and threatens to kill people. Cops come to arrest her and she resists, kicking and scratching the cops, forcing them to use more force to subdue her.
People say cops used excessive force cause she's black.
A black woman approaches me, I don't think she's attractive, so I reject her.
I get called racist.
The race card is when you blame racism for something that has nothing to do with race. The first person gets rejected cause he's not qualified for the job, not because of his race. The second person is treated that way by cops because they had a weapon, threatening to kill people, and was resisting arrest, not because she was black.
The last person isn't rejected because I don't like black woman, but because I don't like HER.0
Most Helpful Girl
A reference to black americans0