Black cop in Chicago complains that a policy forbidding him not to consort with known felons means he doesn’t get to have any friends, because, well, you know.
Also: Mexicans paint their houses funny colours.
Both stories, says James Fulford, illustrate “the ‘disparate impact’ theory again, in which any complaint about social pathologies which ‘happen’ to be be worse in a minority community must be attributed to racism.”
James, since I know you’re reading this: can you link that “again” to a previous post about “disparate impact”. I’m curious to read more examples.