Jan. 29, 2016
Meet Jacob Jaeger (pictured). He suffers from color blindness, but that isn’t holding him back. When it comes to racial prejudice, Jaeger sees his disability as an obstacle to overcome rather than a road block.
“People are always trying so hard to prove they aren’t racist these days. They say things like, ‘I don’t see color’. Well I literally don’t see color. That’s never kept me from hating anybody,” Jaeger told Word Brothel.
His perseverance truly is remarkable and commendable. He went on to say, “I can’t see colors like red or green, but I know a Mexican when I see one and I’m pretty sure he’s taking a job away from a decent white American”.