The Daily Mail knew it had clickbait on its hands for sure with the teaser, “Is YOUR baby racist?” Of course not. Well, I certainly don’t think so, but … click.
Is YOUR baby racist? https://t.co/5eoxRp8HHA
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) April 12, 2017
— Zarathustra (@zazelpop) April 12, 2017
@MailOnline Is your publication shite?
— Squeeze Bunt Insley (@davetalkssports) April 13, 2017
@MailOnline What liberal wrote this?
— Scott (@ScottCousins_) April 13, 2017
@MailOnline Jumping the shark
— Betz (@DublinMimi) April 13, 2017
@MailOnline I'm absolutely done…what has this world come to…
— Em? (@HmmEmma) April 12, 2017
@MailOnline Likes to be wrapped in white sheets all the time. And drinks WHITE milk. I think so.
— Ossur Kram (@urpoorfeelings) April 13, 2017
— Trevor (@trevorf84) April 13, 2017
We confess: we clicked, and there’s not a lot there. The two studies presented are less about racism than race-based bias, and even that comes down to babies between 3 and 8 months seeming to prefer faces that resemble those they see most often. The refreshing bit, of course, is that studying babies avoids those tedious collegiate discussions of systems of oppression and intersectionality and white privilege and so on.
— ??CKukster88?️? (@Kukster88) April 13, 2017
@MailOnline Leftists are very sick people. Now they have invented a reason to start indoctrinating babies with their vial brand of identity politics.
— Bapo Rothstein (@BapoRothstein) April 12, 2017
The researchers suggest exposing babies to people from a variety of races as early as possible to prevent racial bias. We’ll humbly suggest that everyone just keep doing what they’re doing.
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New study finds solution to counter affect of 'hypermasculine media' on young boys https://t.co/4jjeVX0NnJ
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 24, 2016
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