Anybody notice the new approach racists take to try to stop people from talking about racism?

Shamiah02
Example, So I'm having a conversation with someone about something a racist person has said to me. (claim black people aren't educated/smart enough to go to college without sports)

When out of nowhere a random stranger decides to step in and act offended claiming they don't do that because they go to college where 56% of the school is black and tries to defend white people as if i was talking about them.

Me:are you racist?

Him: no, are you?

Me: then this doesn't apply to you, and you can keep it moving.

It seems really weird how the moment someone talks about something racist how quickly and how many people decide to interject to defend racism or deflect it so the argument goes from discussing the racist comment, to which race is more racist.

That is really people who don't want the racist actions to stop, but for us to not call out racists for being racist.
Anybody notice the new approach racists take to try to stop people from talking about racism?
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