We Read Jason Richwine’s Dissertation and It’s True: He Does Indeed Think That Latinos Are Dumb

Tonight we read Jason Richwine’s now infamous “IQ and Immigration Policy” Harvard dissertation, the same study that caused headaches for his employer, the Heritage Foundation, and what Michelle Malkin said “is now being used to smear him — and, by extension, all of Heritage’s scholarship — as ‘racist.’ While the punditocracy and political establishment sanctimoniously call for ‘honest discussions’ on race, they rush to crush bona fide, dispassionate academic inquiries into the controversial subjects of intelligence, racial and ethnic differences, and domestic policy.”

In the interest of letting you decide for yourself, we have provided JPEGS of Chapter 3, called “Hispanic IQ.” You decide how Richwine is now being “smeared.” We have already made our conclusion, and this is the chapter than sealed it for us. Yes, Richwine is a racist pendejo, but don’t take our word for it. Read for yourself. The optics for Heritage and any serious outreach to U.S. Latino voters is beyond bad at this point.



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