Oh I agree. But we are not powerful enough humans to understand unconcious biases of others. We can only judge on overt behaviour and actions.You need to stop thinking of racism as only something explicit, like insults and bad words. Racism exists in many forms and unconscious biases are some of the most dangerous, because people don’t even realise they have them. If you can’t see why 4 POC evicted in a row out of a group that is 80% white is a cause for concern, then you need to look a little harder at your own worldview.
Using cumulative maths to strengthen your argument denounces your own position. Not taking into account every circumstance. You are making a correaltion. A pattern. But not a discerning individual cirumstantial statement. The votes and who they were from have been far from consistent or from the same bodies. So I dont understand the overt racism you seem to see so clearly.
May I say its refreshing to debate like adults. I truly appreciate that without descending into personal ad hominem.