I buy a lot of used cars. I mean, I used to, back when I would buy an $800, drive it for a year, and sell it for $800.
So as a direct result of that, I have spent a lot of time looking at used car lots. Mostly, that involves driving down the local highway that has 86,000 used car lots on it and stopping when I see something that might meet my criteria.
I pull in, jump out of my car, check the mileage, and leave when I see they are asking $4,000 for a 20 year old car with 250,000 miles on it.
Apparently, that makes me a racist or something:
Abdullah told Channel 4 News he faces religious bigotry in many subtle ways as he conducts business at his car lot.
“When I approach a customer pulling up, they see me, and they get right back in their car again. I know for a fact they were interested in a certain vehicle,” Abdullah said.