CONFIRMATION BIAS ARGUMENT: making argument that depends on their personal bias/EXPERIENCE, ignoring other facts that their (isolated) personal experience is not a fact or reality to others (Similar to cherry picking based on experience or confirmation)
Racists often has Confirmation Bias because their prejudice formed over the years mixing with other racist people, CONFIRMED by their friends or family since young. In reality, their personal network is a reflection of themselves if they exposed a lot to negative people, which has nothing to do with race.
"Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with EXPERIENCE." ― Mark Twain
Would googling and citing (or rather cherry picking) articles and research that supports your argument be considered this? As opposed to holistically researching on the topic?