You could say it is racist.
But since we are talking about white people the consensus among the far-left and democrats is that racism only exists among whites against other races. Which of course is BS.
I don't think that is the case; I think people are saying that when white people do it, it carries weight.
There is racism, white privilege, then there is institutionalized racism.
When a black man doesn't like how an encounter goes, he might say "Oh, you're only saying that because I am black!" That's racism.
When a white person born into a white family of middle-class standing, goes to college with some aid from his family and a scholarship or two, get's a job at a firm that employs practically all white people, then says "People just need to work hard to get where I am at", that is white privilege. It's not bad, it's not good, it is just one person's fortune and another's lack of it.
When you're driving around San Francisco and a black man crosses the street in front of you, and you lock your car, that is institutionalized racism.
"When a black man doesn't like how an encounter goes, he might say "Oh, you're only saying that because I am black!" That's racism."
this is not really racism, this is bigorty and ignorance. its also can be argued its prejudice. not really racist, but i agree with everything else u said