Except, of course, that @Herman_Mays isn’t actually doing that, unless you’re suggesting that he has himself held racist views which he premised upon evolutionary biology, which I take it you are not.
It’s a huge mistake to assume that if members of some group can be faulted in some way, and members of another group can also be faulted in some similar way, that this means the whole thing is a wash and that everybody has dirty hands. This is the kind of false equivalence in which creationism constantly trades.
And, truth be told, would anyone bother to have this discussion, were it not for the fact that creationists constantly suggest that evolutionary theory is itself inherently racist? One doesn’t see a lot of arguments between physicists and chemists, or even between astronomers and astrologers, over which group’s now-dead predecessors were more racist than the other’s. That’s because it’s not relevant to anything.
That all said, it brings to mind a strange story on the side. I had a rather lengthy exchange once with a fellow on Amazon who was an Orthodox Jew and whose objection to evolutionary theory was that it wasn’t racist enough. He would say things to the effect that “if we descended from apes, then it follows that some of us are more ape-like than others.” All of this seemed quite offensive, especially as it became clear that he had the populations of modern Africa in mind as those who were more “ape-like.” I and others tried very hard to disabuse him of the notion that human “races” sat at different distances from chimpanzees.
All that might have just been par for the course, but the peculiar turn came when I learned a bit more about him. He was himself of African descent. He had become convinced of the inferiority of his OWN race, and he had converted to Judaism because his efforts to study racial issues had led him to the view that of western religions, Orthodox Judaism was the highest and best. He had then concluded that of living human racial stocks, the Han Chinese were the most superior of all races, and so he had moved to somewhere in Asia (can’t recall where, but it wasn’t China) and sought out and married a Chinese woman. He expressed fervent hope that the mixing of his (self-proclaimed – let me be clear that I do NOT share his views in the slightest) “inferior” racial character with hers would produce good offspring. He’d posted his biography on white supremacist websites, but found that while a few there welcomed him and his “realization” of his racial status, others still would not associate themselves with him because of his race. It was truly one of the most bizarre life-stories I’d ever seen.