Liberals, whether black or white, are always trying to build a case that whites are racist.  Never mind the fact that any race can have racist tendencies just because of their innate feeling of appartenance and solidarity for their fellows brothers and sisters who shares the same genetic destiny and and faces the same sociological challenges. But when liberal talks about racism, it’s only whites they’re concerned with.  In this very same line of reasoning, the Washington Post decided they would prove that neary all whites are racist.    In a recent article at the Washington Post, Chris Mooney writes that white Americans across the United States suffer form “unconscious racial bias” against blacks and “most don’t realize” they’re racist. Unconscious racial bias, he shows in a new analysis, is higher in U.S. states in which there is a higher ratio of black citizens to white citizens.  “This has been established through lots of research,” he writes.  Seems ludicrous to you? You think that this is a stack of baloney? Well, you’re not alone. But rest assured, the researchers who wasted their time doing this study are not joking. Quite the contrary. They are dead serious about this. Mooney cites “Project Implicit,” which surveyed 1.5 million volunteers with the “Implicit Association Test (IAT).” This test is able to detect “subtle or unconscious racial preferences.”  Again, even this sounds like a big joke to you, this is not a laughing matters to them.
Then they somehow managed to find a psychologist at Lehigh University to go along with the results. Dominic Packer found the problematic interesting and he decided to examine the question further. He basically agree with Project Implicit saying: “Unconscious racial bias is higher in U.S. states in which there is a higher ratio of black citizens to white citizens — or in other words, in which there are relatively more black people for every white person.”  The results goes against what people are used to hear about racism because “these findings are inconsistent with any simple hypothesis that contact between members of different racial groups will lead to reduced bias,” wrote Packer in his analysis.  However, he added, “they are quite consistent with the idea that in states with more black citizens, whites may perceive “greater competition for political, cultural, and economic resources” or “greater risk for cross-race crime.””  Since many of the factors listed above actually correlate with each other, raising questions as to which factor might be truly primary, Packer then took another step. That was to perform a statistical analysis — called a regression — that would seek to even more precisely define which variable is linked to the pattern of implicit racial bias.
And finally, they used this “research” to put together a map showing you which states are more unconsciously racist than others:
Packer provided this visualization, first recoloring the IAT scores map above to a new color scheme, and then showing a map using the same colors for the ratio of black to white residents in the state:
In a 2014 presentation, Project Implicit researchers had already suggested that this relationship might exist. Packer simply went further, seeking to uncover correlations between state level differences in IAT scores (for whites) and a number of sociological and demographic factors, which are known to vary by U.S. state. Factors that he considered included levels of income and income inequality, history as a slave-holding state, political ideology, and the ratio of white to black residents in the state. Interestingly enough, the research found that how a state voted in 2008 — for Obama versus McCain — did not explain anything about the state’s average IAT score.  There was simply no relationship to politics.
However, other factors, like levels of income inequality and whether the state was once a slave-holding state, did correlate with implicit bias scores.  The result was “striking” to the leftist Washington Post‘s reporter: The ratio of white to black residents in a given state explained over 50 percent of the variability in various states’ white participants’ Implicit Association Test scores. Even the psychologist was amazed. “That’s pretty big, for anything social scienc-y,” said Packer of the result. 
The irony in this story is that, after hearing and seing all that baloney, pseudo science and liberal mumbo-jumbo, we discover that the author of the article, Chris Mooney, is the author of a book called “The Republican Brain. Why don’t they Believe in Science?” Is this “Mooney” guy a lunatic or a scientific genius? You decide.
 WaPo: White People Suffer From “Unconscious Racial Bias” Against Blacks, “Most Don’t Even Realize” They Are Racists… , Weasel Zippers, December 24, 2014 3:05 pm