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The connection between criminality and morality seems tenuous to me, particularly given the questionable ethical legitimacy of the criminal justice system itself.
Nor is there any such thing as a "superior" moral compass. There's a plethora of moralities, and none of them are objectively better than any of the others.
And, well, that's another equally simplistic take on another complex phenomena that involves numerous national and regional histories, natural resource allocation, etc.. But sure, again, it's far more likely that racial superiority narratives are true even though that's not borne out by any evidence beyond some tenuous logical leaps.
Well, that's a rather simplistic take on a complex phenomenon. Some white people voted for Trump, therefore all white people are ignorant of the truth of your preceding opinions.
Beyond that, the demographic distribution of voters for Trump are predominantly low-income and rural... communities historically underserved and exploited by urban (predominantly liberal) centers. There's no way that urban, liberal complacency about the condition of education and opportunity in rural America contributed to the federal election results. Especially not in conjunction with the self-righteous judgement people like you direct at those who disagree with you. Nope, no way it's a complex phenomenon. Far more likely that white people are just racially inferior as a group.