About That Photograph – NASCAR Panics After Someone Caught Intentionally Promoting “Fake Noose” Story – Provide Photo of “Noose”, But Picture Makes Their Story Worse…

Today, NASCAR released a picture of the garage pull-down rope and knot that both they and Bubba Wallace described as a “noose hanging over the car“.

Except it clearly was not hanging over the car, and it clearly wasn’t a “noose” or it wouldn’t function to help pull the door down. Driver Bubba Wallace now calls it “a non-functioning noose.”  Or, in simple terms, a garage pull-down rope with a loop-knot tied in the end.

However, what NASCAR does not yet realize is the picture they have provided actually makes the situation worse; because the picture shows something else, something worse:

The picture was taken Sunday, in Bubba Wallace’s garage stall #4, when the race was cancelled due to inclement weather (rain and lightning).  However, pay close attention to the partially visible uniform on the man standing at the left of the picture.

That person is a member of the Wood Brothers Race Team and this is a VERY important facet.  The picture was taken Sunday, prior to the “noose” (hereafter called a knot) being cut down.  According to a statement by the Wood Brothers team, they informed NASCAR officials the garage-pull in question was in place in 2019:

“One of our employees notified us yesterday … he recalled seeing a tied handle in the garage, from last fall.  We immediately notified NASCAR and have assisted the investigation”. (link)

So that would explain why one of the Wood Brothers team was present on Sunday June 21st when the photograph was taken.

But here’s the problem…. If that picture was taken by NASCAR that means NASCAR was aware the knot in question was in place in 2019; and therefore knew Bubba Wallace was not the target…. and they would know this on Sunday; before they went out and made a big racial publicity stunt over it.

If it wasn’t NASCAR that took the picture, and the picture was taken by a member of Bubba Wallace’s #43 crew, that means the Richard Petty Motorsports team was aware their driver Bubba Wallace was not a target, and it was the team who made a big racial publicity stunt over it.   This scenario seems most likely.

The visibility of a Wood Brothers crew member in the picture taken Sunday means either NASCAR knew the provenance, and/or Richard Petty Motorsports knew the provenance, before they made a big, fake, racially explosive media narrative about it.  Either way is very bad news for the sport of NASCAR because that truth highlights a very damaging intent.

Again, this is how RPMotorsports described the details around the event:

Remember, the corporation of NASCAR decided to make this a big deal on Sunday, and then again on Monday when they called for the FBI investigation. The rope was cut down prior to the FBI arrival (FBI didn’t arrive until Monday).

The picture NASCAR released today shows that whoever originated the story, likely a person within RPMotorsports, knew immediately the rope-pull was in place in October 2019, and that Bubba Wallace was not a target of some racial angle.  Ultimately, this is the conclusion the FBI also reached after their investigation.

Prior to the FBI reaching that conclusion, our own research had already discovered this.

However, knowing the larger background of that picture released today, it is not surprising that both NASCAR and Richard Petty Motorsports are in full damage control mode; trying desperately to save themselves from public backlash over a toxic racial hoax the Bubba Wallace team created, and ultimately NASCAR promoted.

The Bubba Wallace team, Richard Petty Motorsports and ultimately NASCAR have seriously compromised the integrity of their sport in order to advance themselves.  Which leads to the next aspect in order to understand an alignment of motives.

A great article on RPMotorsports and their new owner Andrew Murstein from September of last year, explains why that specific team would intentionally fabricate this story to advance their interests:

New York Sports – […] “When we bought RPM, Richard had a similar objective and focus as I did which was to improve performance and bring diversity to the sport,” said Murstein, RPM’s Co-Owner. “I remember at the press conference I made that objective clear. It’s a major major sport but the athletes and the fan base were not as diverse as other sports.

I wanted to focus on changing the image of NASCAR and give everyone the same opportunity to succeed.”

[…] “To me, it was way overdue,” said Murstein. “The more that I heard about that the more determined Richard and I were, and we wanted to make a shift, so to speak, to a higher gear in the sport. We wanted to also expand the fan base, and show that anyone could excel in NASCAR regardless of his or her skin color.

[…] The fact that Murstein is dedicated to diversity is not something new because it’s also been a mission for him with Medallion Financial, a company that was exclusively lending money to women and minority owned companies since the 1980’s when he joined the family business until its IPO in the 1990’s. Upon his arrival, Murstein focused on successfully diversifying the Company and tried to find other niches in terms of lending money to minorities that were overlooked by banks.

[…] About the time the Company was going public, Murstein approached former New York Governor Mario Cuomo about joining the company’s Board of Directors. Cuomo thought about it for six months or so and then after seeing a story about Medallion and it’s diversified lending in the Wall Street Journal, he called Murstein to give him the good news that he was coming on board.

[…] With Cuomo, a Democratic, joining the Board of Directors, Murstein added some political balance (read more)

And there you have it.

The toxic blend.

A politically connected NASCAR team owner with a motivation to increase racial diversity in the sport;…. combined with a socially sensitive NASCAR President, Steve Phelps, who wants NASCAR to “discover its place in modern American pop culture”…”in order to promote this sport in a way we haven’t in the past”;… combined with a racially motivated Bubba Wallace team looking to advance both sets of owner and corporate interests.

What was the outcome?

Pictured above: October 2019 Paul Menard crew – no problem

Pictured below: June 21, 2020, Bubba Wallace crew – OMG Racism!

(NASCAR Timeline Link)

Last point.  This wasn’t the first time this exact “purposeful mistake” was made.

MICHIGAN – Police have ruled that a rope resembling a noose which was found at the University Hospital in Michigan was not the result of a hate crime but someone practicing tying a fishing knot…

Remember that the next time you tie nooses in your shoes.

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453 Responses to About That Photograph – NASCAR Panics After Someone Caught Intentionally Promoting “Fake Noose” Story – Provide Photo of “Noose”, But Picture Makes Their Story Worse…

  1. jfhdsiu says:

    Does anyone know HOW MANY innocent bLACKS were ACTUALLY wrongfully hung all through America’s history? SURELY it’s documented somewhere. And can it be determined how many WHITES were ACTUALLY wrongfully hung? COMPARISON please. I am of the mind that bLACKS are ALMOST SKINLESS in terms of “having a thin skin”. Or is it REALLY a “RACIAL WHINE”? That’s MY belief……. They are WHINING each and every time. They are an ENTIRE ethnic group of “Racial Whiners”.

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    • namberak says:

      I believe the NAACP, founded in 1909, would know, but institutionally they probably don’t know, now. I thought years ago I read that it used to fly some certain flag or other outside their HQ when a black person was lynched. Five bucks said they kept a running tally. But in point of fact, it seems to me lynching is more about horse thieves out west than put upon black people.

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      • jfhdsiu says:

        Agreed. I was educated BEFORE THE GREAT LIE was established. I did a good deal of research and found that practically ALL lynchings were performed because there was NO LAW around at the time to administer justice. The people back then only had THEMSELVES to protect themselves and theirs. Looks like we MAY have to return to those tactics in modern day America.

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    • ron says:

      And “we” jump when they do whine. That’s why they keep doing it.

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      • jfhdsiu. says:

        “What you mean WE White man”. Tonto’s reply to the Lone Ranger when they were about to be slaughtered by a war party of Indians and the Lone Ranger told Tonto, “looks like WE are Tonto…”….. Point being I think of it as “THEY” rather than “we” which would include me…

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        • jfhdsiu says:

          That should read in the one instance, ““looks like WE are DONE FOR Tonto…”

          Being blind ISN’T ANY FUN. I have to correct so many mistakes in typing. It’s an onerous chore BUT worth it…

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      • bob says:

        “we” only jump because “we” have to. if whites don’t jump then they lose their jobs. they get arrested for “hate crimes”. they and their families get attacked by real criminals. today’s amerika is exactly like it was 200 years ago only now it’s whites living in fear and blacks doing the oppressing.

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    • mclovin5959 says:

      The numbers that are available for KKK lynchings:
      total lynchings 4800
      Black 3500
      White republicans 1300.

      and when the white republicans saw the picture of the noose on the garage door, this is how we react: We pull the door down to close it, go have a beer.

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      • jfhdsiu says:

        While I DON’T doubt YOUR veracity might I ask if your source is reputably established and unbiased?

        The KKK as it became got a LOT of credit for those lynchings much the same way people die today. From COVID-19. Meaning it was most likely LIED about. You know. CONVENIENT SCAPEGOAT. I was talking about LEGITIMATE sources tabulations. Not ‘guilt solely by accusation”‘ claims. Racial hoaxes have been around as long as race has. Still it’s very UNFLATTERING to bLACKS as a group to have SO MANY bLACKS hung for cause, (as I’ve previously mentioned in a reply to another, that with NO LAW ,horrendous criminals were DEALT with by the People). When there is NO LAW, there are only decent people doing what they MUST. People DON’T KILL FOR NO REASON UNLESS THEY ARE LIBERALS.

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      • jfhdsiu says:

        P.S. Did your sources mention those WRONGFULLY HUNG or was it ALL hangings? WRONGFULLY HUNG WAS the Question… If it DOESN’T SAY WRONGFULLY HUNG it does’nt answer the question.

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    • E, ROBOT says:

      I don’t remember the exact number, but do remember the article said the number was far less than those murdered in a typical Chicago year.

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    • Tom W. says:

      Even today on Bloomberg radio they are still calling the pull-down rope on the garage door a noose, and were upset it was “hanging around” since October and nobody noticed it!

      The delusion is incredible with these media outlets.

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    • kuldoon says:

      From newspaper reports going back 150-200 yrs, about 4700 people were lynched in the USA. About 1/3rd were white. The rest hispanic and black. That’s what I remember reading. Of course we do not know how many were innocent victims or actually guilty of capital crimes. Back in those days, it was very difficult to convict due to strict rules of evidence and so many killers were freed. This resulted in a lot of fury.

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    • bob says:

      is ever black person in America now just a whiny little bitch who sees racism in everything. “if it rains in your yard but not mine it’s racist”. how did blacks in 1866 ever survive when there was no one to cry to.

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    • bob says:

      I don’t have the number but more blacks have been killed by blacks in the last 10 years than the total number who were actually lynched. but you can’t make money claiming that. there is still slavery going on in afika and the middle east but you can’t make money off of that. I always wonder how blacks in 1866 made it through each day. not having anyone to whine to and having to get up each day and make a living without government aid. I’m sure they would be so proud of their whiny descendants.

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  2. Dave says:

    NASCAR has their own website, as most fans are aware. There used to be a comments section up until a few years ago. To me, comments sections give one a good insight on where the fans stand in their beliefs. Typically, NASCAR fans are conservative, politically and socially. So why did the NASCAR comments section suddenly disappear one day? Well, this was back when various sports sanctioning bodies were “virtually signaling” the world in response to various “news” stories being foisted on the public by the leftist media. Some originally came out with “politically incorrect” responses to trans restrooms, and were then forced to publicly apologize for those statements. The NCAA was threatened, and gave in. So did NASCAR, to give two examples. It would have been pretty obvious how the fans would react in the comments section, and I looked forward to reading them all. Unfortunately, the comments section was disbanded FOREVER, and that told me a lot: NASCAR decided as a body, for the first time, to get into the social justice field. Enough said!

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    • jeffsn4 says:

      Because the Left doesn’t have enough paid trolls to flood every comment board. Many sites completely shut down their comment sections not long after Trump was elected.

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      • Kenji says:

        I was banned FOREVER … from the Daily Mail comments. What was my sin? I simply questioned WHY the DM chose to publicize a picture of Abby Wambach kissing her wife … and not that of hetero players kissing their husbands after the US women’s soccer team last won the World Cup in Canada.

        Heterosexuality is FORBIDDEN by the DM.

        Meh. I don’t care. Don’t care that the DM is heterophobic. Since I’ve been banned … the DM comments are routinely bombed by leftist comment bots posting 10,000 negative comments about everything Trump. Their comment section is alive … but it’s a JOKE.

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        • jeffsn4 says:

          Daily Mail? Honestly, they might lean Left but they’ve posted many pro-Trump articles and I’ve seen many comment boards that were heavily pro-Trump. IMO they’re comparable to the NY Post. They seem to shoot down the middle most of the time which is totally fine. Faux was like this until early 2019.

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  3. paper doll says:

    Corporations have gone all in for woke. It was eventual a sport so aligned with corps become woke itself. The fans are not in the equation, except as a troublesome mass to be bullied with fake stunts.

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    • namberak says:

      “The fans are not in the equation…” Immediately brought to mind those thousands of fans masquerading as empty seats at NFL stadiums…

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  4. Dee Paul Deje says:

    That is clearly a noose. But it’s not for Bubba, it’s for Adam “Pencil Neck” Shiff’s sentence.

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    • Jack Rail says:

      You can call it a noose if you wish, but a hangman’s noose it is not. A hangman’s noose can be tightened; the Bimini knot cannot be tightened.

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    • inspectorudy says:

      I tied a million of these as a kid and they are only good if you do not put your hand in the loop to pull something. Hello! It was designed to break the neck of the hanging victim. I do not believe this is a real noose because if anyone pulled it by the loop it would close on their hand. I suspect it only looks like a noose. Anyone who has ever enjoyed knot tying has made a noose. It has zero to do with racism. Ask the old white cattle rustlers and horse theifs of the wild West. Oh wait, they were all hanged with a noose!

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  5. itsy_bitsy says:

    NASCAR and Bubba “Smollett” just committed hari kari! Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me! Believe me NASCAR you won’t shame me twice! You and your organization and/or your associates are con men!

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    • jfhdsiu says:

      I’m pleased to see such a familiar name on this site. As always itsy_bitsy you have your finger on the pulse, as it were.

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  6. crikey9 says:

    The more I explore Bubba Wallace the worse it gets

    He got his feelings hurt during a video game race and just up and quit before the race was over. Thank goodness Blue Emu dropped their sponsorship of the prima donna

    Then the video of him sipping some water after a race then deliberately crossing through a crowd to throw the water in another driver he was mad at

    Then his participation in NooseGate

    Hot headed arrogant prima dona but also a racing loser

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  7. auscitizenmom says:

    I guess I am better off than a lot of you here. I never cared about racing. I always thought it was silly to drive round and round waiting for a crash to happen. So, this doesn’t affect me very much, except that I know that so many real lifelong fans are affected and that clinches my jaw tight. Just another thing they are taking away from Patriotic Americans. AND, THAT BOTHERS ME.

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  8. u64387 says:

    Great articles on this website! I’m a fan!

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  9. Ron Hyatt says:

    I don’t give a crap about NogCar.

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  10. Elle says:

    Read This on HuffPost today. It is a fun read to see how Noosecar and the paid propagandists lie around the facts. https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5ef5cd3ec5b6ca97090e10eb

    If you read far enough, they do give their readers the sads by telling them FBI determined it could not have been a hate crime due to timing. However, [cue the spooky music] they tell us it was the only “noose” out of 1000+ doors. They do not disclose there were other “noose” pull cords that were untied in adjoining bays.

    Then they gave the HuffPost audience what they are looking for … their daily dose of virtue because they are better than “others“ who fail to pat helpless minorities on the head. “We need to keep Bubba safe. We need to keep a member of our family safe,” Phelps said.”

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  11. tsmifjones says:

    wish them good luck with their new audience …lol everything they touch dies

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    • Elle says:

      Get woke go broke. But it is a no lose proposition for them. Their goal IS to destroy anything that unites us. And they especially can’t have any celebrities they don’t control saying things against their narrative.

      They get on boards of the corporations, establish a controlling interest and then raid the coffers to support their causes. They put in place a compliant CEO and pay him very well while they plunder the organization. If it burns down they just move onto another.

      Tails they win, heads we lose.

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  12. crikey9 says:

    https://nascar.nbcsports.com/2020/06/20/sunday-nascar-cup-race-talladega-start-time-forecast/

    “PRERACE: Garage access health screening begins at 8 a.m. (teams are assigned specific times). Engine prime and final adjustments at 1 p.m. Drivers report to their cars at 2:50 p.m. The invocation will be given at 3:05 p.m. The national anthem will be performed by the 313th United States Army Band at 3:06 p.m.”

    So when was this knot pic taken?

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    • Elle says:

      Wow. Just wow! I thought they had pulled the cord forward to the camera to make it look bigger. But now think it a photoshop using an actual rope (Photoshop made more difficult due to weather conditions).

      Haha! I think they must do this stuff out of a basement in North Korea or some other slave labor propaganda site. It is always so lame… all of these fraud hoaxes are. It just makes me think that they got away with this stuff for so long that they can’t fathom that what they are doing isn’t working like it used to.

      Maybe all of the smart Marxist handlers have died off and the remaining useful idiots are left to call the shots on their own.,

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      • Elle says:

        I bet they will come back and say it is not fake news, the camera just does that for square shots. You deplorable see a conspiracy under every bed.

        I bet they did that crop to hide a pull cord in the adjoining bay so as not to ruin the illusion of a thick rope as compared to the other one a thin cord.

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  13. Mr. T. says:

    NASCAR is dying and it won’t be long before it goes on life support. Both ISC and SMI have been removing stands from their respective race tracks, including here in the Phoenix area. When Brian France took over running NASCAR, he messed with the successful formula that his grandfather developed and his own father perfected, and instead put NASCAR on a path to ruin.

    What Brian France did to NASCAR after taking over, was to cater to the casual and not hardcore fans, changing to the “Chase For The Cup” playoff type championship format, introduced the COT, Car Of Tomorrow, as well as continue the shift to big money corporate teams, instead of sticking to what made NASCAR successful, STOCK cars, teams owned and driven by HUMBLE regular Joes and not the corporate fat cats, diehard NASCAR fans, and working with the manufacturers, who ALL contributed greatly back in the day to make NASCAR successful. Remember Tiny Lund, the winner of the 1963 Daytona 500? Did you know that he drove that entire race on just one set of tires? Can’t do that today. A single full season NASCAR team who runs in every single race for the entire season, can spend over $700,000 each year just for tires alone. Today’s softer tires that require frequent changing are supposed to add to the excitement of each race. Yeah, sure. Although I can’t remember the driver/owner name, he ran a car back in the ’60’s. He would tow his car to the track with his truck that had extra tires, parts and tools onboard, pull the motor out of his truck, install it in his race car, then put it back into his truck for the drive home. Yes, driver/owners could race on shoestring budgets back in the day and the races certainly were fun to watch. Now, not so much, especially the restrictor plate races. Can you say BORING?

    So move ahead to 2018, Brian France is finally forced of out of running NASCAR by his family, after getting another DUI. Things get a little better under the direction of his uncle, Jim France, but not by much. It’s 2020 and NASCAR is really struggling this year, mostly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eventually NASCAR finally gets going again, but without fans in the stands. Along comes the race at Talladega, and PRESTO, NASCAR finds a way to get attention by the press with the Bubba Wallace rope stunt. I use the word ROPE, because it certainly wasn’t a noose, just like Sundance has pointed out with the great evidence he was provided.

    I have lost what little respect I had left for NASCAR. I haven’t been to a NASCAR race in a long time. I don’t plan on ever attending another one, and I no longer watch the races on TV. I don’t care for the format, and I certainly don’t care for the snot nosed, overpaid drivers of today who think they are all that, including that Bubba, who has done a lot to harm NASCAR with his playing the race card stunt. I think the government should stick that fool with the costs associated with tying up 15 FBI agents, as well as local law enforcement, for something that was nothing more than an attention getting publicity stunt. If Petty Motorsports is smart, they will get another driver and one who won’t generate negative publicity for the race team or NASCAR.

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    • coldanger says:

      Wow! So true. I’m female, and I loved watching NASCAR and Formula1 races on TV as a kid. Richard Petty was my fave, but I had several runners up, AJ Foyt, Cale Yarborough, Parnelli Jones just to name a few. Walker isnt anywhere near their league. So far, all I see is a self entitled punk…

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    • You get the idea Mr. T!!!! I loved watching NASCAR whenever I was growing up. Only got out of it in the last couple of years after my favorite driver retired (Jamie McMurray) and way too many changes in “the system” to try and compete with stick/ball sports. NASCAR has been on the decline for years now. When NASCAR put Danica Patrick in a car with zero experience other than 1 ARCA race under her belt less than one week before the Daytona 500…it was done with. With this stunt now, all eyes are on NASCAR to see Bubba succeed. If Bubba doesn’t succeed, he will then double down on it being related to racism on why he’s not winning just like Danica kicked and screamed sexism when she said “Why is everyone always targeting me!?!?!?”

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    • Unfortunately, from all I have seen about this incident, Petty himself is all in with his new BFF Bubba, along with the Petty Motorsports CEO who is…wait for it…a “diversity expert.” The King has no clothes.

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  14. crikey9 says:

    Garage Cam…hmmmm

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  15. coldanger says:

    This is an easy one, as SD has outlined above. Given the new “woke” owner’s, Murstein’s, comments and his support of Walker’s choice of car wraps (BLM), this, or a similar outcome, could be predicted. Diversity, as I’ve witnessed it, isn’t about inclusivity, and BLM aren’t about leveling the playing field. They’re about domination through hate and coercion. They’re a terrorist organization. Now, I have to wonder, what garage did Smullett steal his “noose” from…

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  16. KaweahKid says:

    NASCAR: Always pulling to the left, literally. Predictable…

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  17. KaweahKid says:

    NASCAR: Now in the Petty Grievance business!

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  18. Just Me says:

    Personally I don’t care, NASCAR died with Dale Earnhardt, everything since has been plainly another nail in it’s coffin…… I’ve got better things to do than watching that nonsense even it’s just taking a nap….

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  19. jfhdsiu says:

    Must I then ASSUME that there were NO DOCUMENTED CASES OF WRONGFUL HANGINGS?

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  20. KC Green says:

    Is this not a legitimate knot? I mean… how else would you be expected to tie such a knot so that it can be easily grasped.

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  21. Steve French says:

    Again more great invistigative reporting. The hottest hand on this story for sure

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  22. florida91 says:

    Overly sensitive, race-centered, spoiled Blacks like Wallace and Smollett soil and destroy everything they touch. But this is allowed to happen by uber liberal whites who are scared silly about being seen or accuses of racism, even where none exists. We are DONE with NASCAR!

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  23. bob says:

    is ever black person in America now just a whiny little bitch who sees racism in everything. “if it rains in your yard but not mine it’s racist”. how did blacks in 1866 ever survive when there was no one to cry to.

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