A theme visisted and revisited here is that political ideology matters a lot to whites, a middling amount to non-black non-whites, and very little to blacks. The 2016 US presidential election iteration:
While Trump was the least ideological Republican candidate since Nixon or maybe even Eisenhower, the ideological divide was virtually identical to the more conventional 2012. Trump beat Clinton 81%-16% among conservatives. Romney beat Obama 82%-17% among them.
In fairness to Ben Shapiro, when it comes to Jews and white gentiles, ideology matters more than color. Like most white liberals, he only pays attention to the cold cultural war between goodwhites and badwhites. In this war non-whites are merely props lacking agency and importance. The problem, of course, is that blacks are on track to comprise more than 40% of the world’s population by century’s end, and billions more of them will have come to the West by that point if they’re allowed to do so. Long before then it will become clear even to people like Shapiro that ideology doesn’t matter, color does.