NEWARK, NJ – With tensions rising and uncertainty headed for the rest of the year, a local New Jersey pickup truck driver with an All Lives Matter sticker is surprisingly only racist and not sexist.
The report comes after studies have shown a strong correlation showing people who are racist, are also sexist. However, Bill Jeppe, 41, is the first person studied in the matter to demonstrate only racist tendencies while being completely for the equality of women.
“People keep saying I’m racist, but I’m not. Sure, I don’t like people who don’t look like me, but that’s not racist. That’s just a part of my life and I believe all lives matter, especially white ones,” said Jeppe.
“I keep the All Lives Matter sticker on my car as a reminder of how much white lives truly mean. On the other hand, I totally get the equality for women and stuff, it is 2020.”
Jeppe is reportedly the first confirmed anomaly with both cases since people who have an awful viewpoint on one subject typically have it for every field.