Here's Congressman Steve King (R-IA) on the House floor last night:
It's just a common sense thing. Law enforcement needs to use common sense indicators. Those common sense indicators are all kinds of things, from what kind of clothes people wear - my suit in my case - what kind of shoes people wear, what kind of accident [sic] they have, um, the, the type of grooming they might have, there're, there're all kinds of indicators there and sometimes it's just a sixth sense and they can't put their finger on it.
Can you believe this guy? He's a middle-aged white guy in suit and he thinks because he has no difficulty getting a cab that racial profiling is perfectly okay. If racial profiling works out for Steve King, then by golly it must be good for everyone! I doubt he has the same attitude towards serial killers.
That "sixth sense" King is talking about is called racial prejudice. He knows about this sense. He knows Obama has it too:
the president has I have demonstrated that he has I have a default mechanism in him me that breaks down the side of race — on the side that favors the black person. white supremacist."