Asian supremacy numbers — huh???

VDH:

Federal statistics reveal that in terms of average median household income, those who loosely identify as Asian are far wealthier ($80,720 per year) than whites ($61,349). Do they enjoy “Asian privilege” of having on average $20,000 more as a family to spend each year than whites?Federal statistics reveal that in terms of average median household income, those who loosely identify as Asian are far wealthier ($80,720 per year) than whites ($61,349). Do they enjoy “Asian privilege” of having on average $20,000 more as a family to spend each year than whites? More specifically, the top three ethnic income groups in the United States are not categorized as “white”: Indian American ($110,026), Taiwanese American ($90,221), and Filipino American ($88,745). What sort of non-privilege allowed them to vastly outdistance their supposedly racist white-majority hosts — superior education, smarter professional choices, more cohesive family structures, all of which somehow trumped their outward appearance? In terms of the most indigent counties in the United States, four of the five poorest have overwhelmingly white populations.

Let’s compare and contrast that so-called white privilege for a moment. For starters try Akhil Reed Amar versus Sanders, Pelosi, Schumer, Warren, etc. A hole lotta white people sure are stoopid.

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