While I'm on the subject of race and IQ...
These days, if you're not in favor of affirmative action, you're considered morally repugnant. But, if you ever suggest that a specific person of color benefitted from affirmative action, you're also considered morally repugnant.
How is that not contradictory?
The idea seems to be that you must support affirmative action, but then pretend that nobody has ever been granted preference because of it.
Which, of course, makes absolutely no sense.
The fact is, it's something that virtually every white person takes into account when they hear about a black person's academic pedigree.
This may have something to do with why you never even hear phony white liberals rave about how brilliant Michelle Obama must be for having gone to both Princeton and Harvard Law School.
Of course, only the rudest person would actually say, "Well, of course she got in because of affirmative action."
But that doesn't mean everybody else doesn't think it.