President Trump Tweets About NASCAR Noose Hoax – Media Go Bananas…

Earlier today President Trump drew attention to the purposeful fraud pushed by NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace.  In interviews Mr. Wallace said: “a noose was placed in my garage” and “the noose was hanging over my car.”  Both of those statements were false.

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On June 25th 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 did not realize was the picture they 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 in  June 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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420 Responses to President Trump Tweets About NASCAR Noose Hoax – Media Go Bananas…

  1. thrawlbrauna says:

    This is why I voted for Trump and why I will vote for him again! He does not stop, he just keeps on hitting and it’s exactly what we need right now!

    Liked by 49 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      Well Bubba is busted by saying the noose was over his car which never happened.
      Maybe they were looking for new cooperate sponsors willing to be extorted with white guilt.

      Liked by 17 people

      • sloobiesloobiedoo says:

        When you’re taught from birth that you’re a victim, the whole world becomes your aggressor.

        Liked by 18 people

        • More Bore says:

          THIS. While it does not excuse the behavior of free-thinking adults… so many people have been taught from day one that everyone is out to get them that they often do not think any different.

          A few years ago, my wife had to go to the ER one night after hitting her head and passing out. We got there and it was quite full with run of the mill stuff. My wife was moved quickly to the front of the line because head trauma is always considered serious (she was fine BTW), and when this occurred, there was a riot about to break out with minority folks who presumed that she was treated specially because she was white. No one asked, and the hospital couldn’t share details of a patient with others. And so it goes, that a bunch of people taught they are being mistreated, went away with more confirmation bias and probably shrieked about it online for weeks – and will teach THEIR kids the same thing.

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          • My husband and I had an experience when we were out to dinner in a city I will not name.

            We went out to dinner about 29 years ago when we were in a large city for a convention.

            We did not have a reservation, just walked in, and there was a bit of a line so we gave out names and how many were in our party and sat down.

            Just a few minutes later the hostess came and said a table was ready.

            A group of about 12 “minority” customers had a raging fit because they said they were there first.

            They were right but the hostess said that the table that became available was a tiny two person table and would not serve their very large party which included two small children that needed high chairs.

            They still raised a ruckus.

            Back then 20 years ago the hostess just told them they would have to wait until a table large enough for their party was vacated.

            There were several other large groups waiting but theirs was the only one that got upset when our very small party of two was served first.

            All of the other groups knew exactly why they were still waiting.

            I do believe out country is just about fed up with these adult toddlers throwing tantrums.

            Nov 3 can not come soon enough.

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        • Maquis says:

          Upon whom you can therefore prey upon without mind or mercy.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Risa says:

          Except “Bubba” has not been a victim of anything except his own sense of entitlement. His mother is black, but his father is a white owner of an industrial cleaning company, affluent enough to been able to spend about a MILLION DOLLARS on his son’s racing career.

          That strikes me as someone from a VERY privileged background.

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    • jx says:

      Can you imagine Romney or Dole or any of these other nitwits? They’d be kissing boots.

      Liked by 4 people

    • TrumpPatriot says:

      There is a photo on Instagram posted by Bubba prior to the NASCAR event, where he was showing his boat. I cannot link it…not on InstGram, but I copied it. The boat is drifting on a beach and it is tied with a white rope…knotted in a noose. EXACTLY like the noose in his garage. I wish someone could link that photo. Bubba seemingly is proficient making a noose-type rope knot.

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  2. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    I’ll restate what I said about this from the presidential thread. I’m THRILLED POTUS brought up the Bubba hoax. It’s a hoax, and it’s not only ok but good to bring it up and call it out. Particularly as “the moment” of the rioting is staring to fade.

    I would not have added the part about the Confederate flag, however.

    As expected, Kayleigh is having to handle this flag matter extensively in the WHPB. And she’s doing great. After the tweet, in my opinion, the best thing the WH could say about POTUS’ tweet was that he was taking no position on the flag being banned, merely pointing out a fact (as he sees it) about the ratings drop. And that’s exactly what Kayleigh is saying today in the briefing.

    To me this is like Kung Flu. Just avoid topics and phrases that don’t add much and only give the opponent an opening. Stay on the hoax aspect of things, avoid the flag aspect. Because people are sick of the repeated hoaxes (Jussie, Covington) and you only need to bring the newest hoax up (and not the flag) to get the point across.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      And for anyone who says this wasn’t a hoax, that’s like saying Russia wasn’t a hoax. Sure, you can try to conflate terms, but Russia is a hoax because there was no collusion. Bubba is a hoax because there was no hate crime connected to him and the item was some kind of common knot, not a noose. So it’s 100% a hoax and I’m glad POTUS called it out as that.

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      • annbanisher says:

        It’s actually worse than that. If, as originally stated, this has been up since 2019 and this was the only garage with this specific kind of knot for the rope pull down, then NASCAR was to blame by assigning Bubba to the noose garage.They are the only ones responsible.

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        • Maquis says:

          They were all noose garages I believe.

          Liked by 5 people

          • annbanisher says:

            During the teleconference, Phelps said NASCAR conducted a thorough sweep of all 1,684 garage stalls at all 29 tracks used by the Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Gander Outdoor Truck Series.

            Only 11 garage pull-down ropes were fashioned in a knot and only one took the form of a noose.

            If that is the case, why did NASCAR assign the one to him? It had been there for over a year, so it obviously a hate crime.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          So why do it?

          Trump really wants people to talk about Bubba/Noosecar and media unwillingness to do anything to uncover or transmit the truth that isn’t to their liking.

          Liked by 1 person

          • johnnyfandango says:

            Only Trump can cut through all the B.S. Go right at Bubba Wimpass and stick his nose right in his own dump. Prez. Trump is the boss.

            Liked by 3 people

        • @ChicagoBri says:

          Fake Noose – the enemy of the American people.

          Liked by 3 people

    • The Devilbat says:

      There is NOTHING wrong with the confederate flag. Those who believe it is a symbol of slavery simply do not know their history. Hey, I was born and raised in England and we were taught the truth about the American south and the confederacy as kids in school.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        It’s dicey politically, IMO. 4 months before an election is probably not the best time to explain to people why it’s ok to support the Confederate flag, especially after the George Floyd stuff. I’m not saying I disagree with you, just talking the political optics of it.

        To me, the Confederate stuff is on a continuum. Hardest to defend – flag; middle of the road – statues; easiest to defend – bases named after Confederate figures.

        The left is desperate to make the Abolish America movement surging now only about Confederate items. I just don’t think it’s smart to help give them grist for that mill.

        Once POTUS wins in November, we can do a full review of the Confederate issue, in my mind.

        One final thing not related to your post. The media continues to ask Kayleigh if POTUS wants to ban Confederate flags from his rallies.

        Of course, no one brings such flags. The media is trying to generate an issue. But you can rest assured that now, IMO, you will start seeing lefty plants at the rallies with Confederate flags.

        This kind of false flag operation was done to the Tea Party all the time. I expect it to occur again now.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          I agree, but history is history and it’s dangerous to tap dance around it.

          Hold a referendum if you will and let people decide. “Leaders” like Northam can erase history at will and that isn’t good for society.

          Liked by 6 people

        • Dekester says:

          Fair enough M.A.G,

          However maybe, just maybe PDJT knows what he’s doing/sarc

          Folks just may look a up the history of the Confederate Flag now.

          My guess is searches via social media about Bubba, and the Flag will explode.

          So far PDJT is batting fairly well.

          Devil bats post about being taught the true history of the South and Confederacy as kids in England, was likely similar to the one we as kids learned in Scotland.

          Sad that the history is being manipulated by your MSM and political operatives.

          God bless PDJT

          Liked by 6 people

          • MakeAmericaGreat says:

            Thanks Dekester!

            I think POTUS is doing great. We all have our quibbles here and there, but I love POTUS and think he’s doing extremely well overall.

            It’s a shame that people are not taught honest history and many are manipulated, particularly around election time. But it’s very true, as you said.

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      • justaguynamedbob says:

        Growing up in the SOUTH I always saw the various flags of the Confederate States of America (CSA) as flags of the LOOOOSERS. But certainly these flags are a part of our common history for all Americans.

        Liked by 4 people

        • lackawaxen123 says:

          oddly, we don’t stomp on the culture of the various tribes that were LOOOOSERS of the Indian wars … we bend over backwards to allow them their history … as we should …

          Liked by 6 people

        • The Devilbat says:

          Sorry, the left needs to be given a big FU. They have rewritten our history for long enough.
          The true history of the south needs to be taught in our schools. This should be mandatory.
          Those who do not know the truth or who are not sure about it need to read this book:

          TRUTH OF THE WAR CONSPIRACY OF 1861 – H. W. JOHNSTONE

          Huger William Johnstone fought for the CSA and afterward uncovered the truth behind who started the civil war, when it was planned and what those who planned it hoped to gain from it. The war had been planned well in advance. It had absolutely nothing at all to do with slavery and everything to do with money, power and greed.

          The book is available used from abebooks.com as well as a kindle version from Amazon. Everyone should read this book, especially the young, indoctrinated, useful idiots.

          Liked by 4 people

        • KIMBERLY K HUDSON says:

          The confederate flag used to symbolize Southern Pride. It’s a shame its now been made out to be a symbol of racism

          Liked by 6 people

          • tav144 says:

            I agree. I’m from Alabama, the “Heart of Dixie”, went to Robert E. Lee high school (class of 1983), was on the “Stars and Bars” yearbook staff, and we always went to the annual “Blue – Gray” football games at Christmas.
            There was nothing remotely racist in our minds about any of this. It had nothing to do with somehow wanting to demean another race or condone slavery. It was a “Southern Pride” — a cultural thing. A rivalry thing between southerners and Yankees. Culturally, the north and south were just different. Different accents and dialect, traditions and food…just different. The thing is we had all races in our school and none ever expressed anything negative about the Confederate flag, at least not to me. In fact we all felt comraderie in a “were on the same team” kind of friendship because we were from the South.

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    • Uncle Max says:

      IDK, I’m really happy POTUS mentioned the flag. In doing so, he is the ONLY national political figure to do so… and that goes directly to the ears of many of us southerners that do not see that flag as racist KKK flag, but as a cultural flag of southern pride. The push back is needed to tell folks, just because you are offended by something doesn’t mean you get to ban it. Trump just put daylight between himself and the Nikki Haleys’ of the GOP. No taking a knee. No agreeing with the mob. No PC crap.

      I love it. The madness has to stop and the only way it does it to give voice to those that cannot speak up… ie, the old NASCAR fans… southern whites and blacks that embrace the symbols of the culture and history of the American south…. ALL of it.

      The Battle Flag of N. Virginia is not the hill to die on,… but including it, pushes the window back a bit and forces those that want to ban all the things to refight, as millions of normies have been red-pilled , that it was never about that flag… or confederate statuary and monuments…. this movement, of the last 20 years has been a slow-rolled project to rip all the culture of America down and intimidate anyone who dares to defend the past.

      Liked by 19 people

      • Sentient says:

        We’re talking about the Confederate flag, right? Does he think he’s in danger of losing the South, so he’s trying to firm up his base there? Makes no sense.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Uncle Max says:

          The Battle flag of Northern Virginia is what he was talking about and what I’m talking about. And I don’t think he’s worried one bit about losing the south. He’s not a politician. He’s a provocateur of pop culture, and he just poked the PC bear on a ” settled issue “. It’s not about the flag, as much as being the ONLY guy to stand up to the mob and give voice to those that can’t say anything anymore.

          Liked by 11 people

        • sunnyflower5 says:

          Is there a difference btw. getting rid of Confederate Flags, tearing down statues, and renaming bases?

          Liked by 7 people

        • The Devilbat says:

          No, our president is simply trying to put out the truth. Our history is being rewritten by communists and it has to stop. We don’t need to take this crap and we all need to become a lot more vocal. we can apply the same tactics the left uses to shut them up.

          How about we all demand that the Margaret Sanger Clinic at 17 West 16th Street in Manhattan, New York City be renamed? The building is designated as historic but then so were all the statues that were toppled.

          Sanger now a hero of the left was pushing for the annihilation of the entire black race as well as all those who she and her fellow eugenicists believed did not qualify for life.

          How about we push the fact that the prior to WWII the Rockefeller’s backed Hitler and built the first hospital in Germany for him that was equipped with gas chambers to exterminate deformed and mentally ill people as part of their contribution to the science of eugenics.

          I could go on but hopefully you get my point.

          Liked by 4 people

        • mikeyboo says:

          Yo-Scott Adams- Get a clue!

          Liked by 1 person

      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Fair enough. Thanks for the comment!

        Liked by 2 people

      • bessie2003 says:

        This; it’s fun how the mentioning of the flag keeps the press occupied while the business of the United States is conducted without distraction by a Very Stable Genius!

        Liked by 3 people

        • bessie2003 says:

          sorry (hit comment too soon)

          This also shows the world just how powerful our President is – he has just now set the agenda for talking heads for at least another week. It’s like quicksand for reporters each time PDJT does this.

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        • FrankieZee says:

          I said this earlier during Kayleigh’s press conference: Trump controlled that whole press conference by his TWEET. It is amazing what this guy can do. He is living up to what he preached at Mount Rushmore: Go after the Cancel Culture.

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    • 17CatsInTN says:

      I am SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO sick and tired of people telling the President of the United States of America what he should and shouldn’t say. He can say WHATEVER. HE. WANTS. It is LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNGGGGGG past time that someone do that. Without fear. Without regret. He is doing EXACTLY what I voted him into office to do.

      It DOES. NOT. MATTER. What he says or doesn’t say. The WHOLE cabal against him ALWAYS pick and choose which words to twist or simply invent statements out of whole cloth.

      I say give ’em ‘ell, Donny. Every. Single. Day. I love your no filtered approach. Finally a man with a chest. And you can look up C.S. Lewis for the reference.

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      • More Bore says:

        You are right he can say whatever he darn well pleases. We can also cringe, occasionally.

        When the entire future of the country may depend on a few thousand votes swinging one direction or another, you try not to make unforced errors that will not get any additional street cred. And he doesn’t need to win our votes.

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          Oh, give it up. NOTHING is going to stop his reelection. NOTHING. They have thrown everything they have at him and have failed miserably. Many people have walked away from the Ds. Those that don’t are not going to be swayed by him mincing or parsing his words so as not to make “unforced” errors.

          I love a man who speaks truth. Always. I have spent 67 years watching politicians blather on and do nothing. President Trump speaks loudly, does what he says he’s going to do AND carries a big stick. Perfect combo.

          When social media censures us, Tulsa officials scramble to purposely limit crowd size, Ds threaten their citizens to keep them sidelined, media deliberately lies about everything, we have the enemy surrounded.

          Speak on Mr. President. Don’t let ANYONE silence you. Ever.

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          • Dekester says:

            Cheers 17 Cats,

            Up here in British Columbia our group rabid PDJT fans are more passionate than ever.

            It would be great if the “nervous nellies “ here could witness us getting a real boost after he “ punches back”

            Enough of this “ he’s finished this time”

            God bless PDJT

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          • More Bore says:

            methinks you doth protest too much. I agree with everything therein except one thing: his re-election is not a foregone conclusion, and I sure wish people like you would stop being so dismissive of the seriousness and precarious edge we are on. if you are not playing like its the 4th quarter and we are 20 points behind, we will lose the last great hope of humanity, PERIOD.

            To do that, we need a far greater wave than 2016. And to to THAT, you cannot simply stand by and assume that the Democrat chaos and stupidity machine will magically turn people into Trump voters.

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            • 17CatsInTN says:

              I’m not dismissing it. I am paying attention to actual facts.

              Our President draws hundreds of thousands of supporters all over the country. Joe Biden can’t fill a small room.

              EVERY poll is skewed 100% to Ds. Why is that? Because actual legitimate polling shows the exact opposite.

              I am sick to death of worrying and furrowed brows. Despite everything, when you REALLY pay attention, our President will win hands down. Even with all the fraud, contempt and lies 24/7.

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      • Finally a man with a chest: Don’t forget USMC’s Chesty Puller.

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      • garavaglia1 says:

        Right on.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I don’t know about voicing his sentiments on every occasion but I share your sentiment about these lice.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 17CatsInTN says:

          Buckle up. No one in this country is used to a New Yorker President who tells it like it is.

          I have spent 66 years waiting for a real man as President. I could listen to him without cringing for the rest of my life because I am SO happy to finally have a man of honor, backbone, gumption and staying power fighting for Americans.

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    • justaguynamedbob says:

      Here in Fuquay Varina, North Carolina it is not un-common for high-school boys (black and white together) ride in pick-up trucks with CSA and USA flags proudly displayed! The kids all hang out together at the Cook Out. Funny, but first high-school dates (boys and girls) are often at the gun range. The CSA flag only triggers folks who where brainwashed to fear the past. Note: CSA = Confederate States of America

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Good info, thanks.

        As I said, I’m not saying anything about whether the whole “Confederate flag” issue is valid. 10 years ago people used it all the time, with no problems.

        All I’m talking about is the political aspect of the current election campaign given the baiting that is now taking place. And I dont want the Dems to be able to frame things on their terms.

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          Maybe you haven’t notice, but the Dems ALWAYS frame things on their terms.

          We have got to quit being pansy waisted, ineffective, silent little go-alongs. I say FIGHT. With every weapon in our arsenal. Do it loudly. Do it boldly. And never, ever quit. Not once. Not ever. This is a time to take a stand, not wring our hands helplessly worrying over jot and tittle.

          No wonder the liberals, progressives, socialists and communists have been slowly encroaching in OUR territory. I’m through cringing. I’m through filtering. I’m definitely through being silenced, sidelined, sucker punched, marginalized, spat upon and bowled over. I intend to stand for the good ol’ USA, my President and my freedom.

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          • I agree 17Cats.

            The Dems are always saying can’t can’t can’t and don’t don’t don’t and Pres Trump goes out and does it or says it.

            And he keeps right on winning.

            From the 2016 Republican presidential primary where he defeated 17 opponents until this day.

            Every one tiptoes around “sensitive” political subjects.

            The Democrats lie about everything and accuse their opponents of doing things they never did.

            The Republicans scurry away and cringe in fright of being called names.

            Except for Pres Trump, he meets them head on like a lot of the Alpha males we know in our lives.

            If you are married to one or have one as a Father or brother you know what I am talking about,

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    • Barnestormer says:

      So, “lowest ratings EVER” could in no material respect be attributable to NASCAR’s trashing of the battle flag?

      Because if the contrary is true, PT’s tweet, with its predictable lefty mass head explosion,
      looks to me like a pretty decent political calculation: more dispirited voters won back over than anti-flaggers lost to Biden.

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  3. Jeffrey Coley says:

    I love President Trump’s fearlessness, and his willingness to call out the fraud. The left isn’t used to being challenged on their lies,they don’t know what to do.

    Liked by 23 people

  4. Perot Conservative says:

    BTW, as I previously posted from publicly available information, the Murstein family made their money on the controversial TAXI MEDALLIONS.

    There were also articles on his possible controversial lending practices to minority owned small businesses – dry cleaners, etc. (I couldn’t follow articles in the Old Yorke Times, etc., as I don’t have or want a subscription.)

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      The New York Times: ‘They Were Conned’: How Reckless Loans Devastated a Generation of Taxi Drivers

      By Brian M. Rosenthal

      “The phone call that ruined Mohammed Hoque’s life came in April 2014 as he began another long day driving a New York City taxi, a job he had held since emigrating from Bangladesh nine years earlier….”

      “The call came from a prominent businessman who was selling a medallion, the coveted city permit that allows a driver to own a yellow cab instead of working for someone else. If Mr. Hoque gave him $50,000 that day, he promised to arrange a loan for the purchase….

      “Mr. Hoque made about $30,000 that year. He had no idea, he said later, that he had just signed a contract that required him to pay $1.7 million.

      “Over the past year, a spate of suicides by taxi drivers in New York City has highlighted in brutal terms the overwhelming debt and financial plight of medallion owners. All along, officials have blamed the crisis on competition from ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft….

      “But a New York Times investigation found much of the devastation can be traced to a handful of powerful industry leaders who steadily and artificially drove up the price of taxi medallions, creating a bubble that eventually burst. Over more than a decade, they channeled thousands of drivers into reckless loans and extracted hundreds of millions of dollars before the market collapsed.

      “These business practices generated huge profits for bankers, brokers, lawyers, investors, fleet owners and debt collectors. The leaders of nonprofit credit unions became multimillionaires. Medallion brokers grew rich enough to buy yachts and waterfront properties. One of the most successful bankers hired the rap star Nicki Minaj to perform at a family party…” [Andrew Murstein’s sons bar mitzvah.]

      ““The whole thing was like a Ponzi scheme because it totally depended on the value going up,” said Haywood Miller, a debt specialist who has consulted for both borrowers and lenders. *** “The part that wasn’t fair was the guy who’s buying is an immigrant, maybe someone who couldn’t speak English. They were conned.” ” ***

      *** “The investigation found example after example of drivers trapped in exploitative loans, including hundreds who signed interest-only loans that required them to pay exorbitant fees, forfeit their legal rights and give up almost all their monthly income, indefinitely.” ***

      “Almost every loan reviewed by The Times included a clause that spiked the interest rate to as high as 24 percent if it was not repaid in three years. Lenders included the clause — called a “balloon” — so that borrowers almost always had to extend the loan, possibly at a higher rate than in the original terms, and with additional fees….”

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      • California Joe says:

        Of course, The News York Times cleverly forgot to mention that illegal gypsy taxi cabs are allowed to operate in Manhattan without a license or insurance as well as Uber competing with the licensed medallion taxi cabs!

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  5. homeboogie says:

    But was the media really going bananas over the outed noose hoax part or the part at the end about the recent decision to ban the Confederate flag at races?

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  6. Pa Hermit says:

    Having tied and used the Bimini twist knot as a “Shock Tippet,” yep it kinda looks like a noose but it isn’t, plus don’t believe it’s the same knot as in the stall #4. Though it may well have been cut off.

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  7. The Devilbat says:

    I have never understood how anyone could ever be excited by watching cars drive in circles.

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      Me neither. I went to the Indy 500 once. We had bad seats, on the inside of turn 3. After the field spreads out it’s just cars whizzing past at high speed, deafeningly loud, and it’s impossible to know who’s the leader or where the pack begins and ends.

      It’s about like watching traffic whiz by on the interstate. If it weren’t for the crashes it wouldn’t be interesting at all.

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    • old deplorable owl says:

      Le Mans, Mille Miglia, Silverstone, Watkins Glen…THAT’S racing!
      Without chicanes, sharp turns and “whoopsies” (airborne moments), it’s no different from watching dogs chasing a stuffed rabbit, IMO!

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    • It used to be “stock car racing”, when I was a little kid, and you sat on basic bleachers on one side of an oval, short (!) dirt track. There was a track very close to our house, I think I walked past it on the way to school and back (in a country town, not a city, in southeastern Missouri — Fredericktown…I, by the way, was born in a vanishingly small “town” a mile or two down the two-lane road from there, called Millcreek…I looked it up on Google Earth some years ago…amazing, I could see where I was born and all…but we digress).

      Stock cars was different. You didn’t have a large distance or protective wall between you and the racing cars, and though they couldn’t go as fast, on a flat, dirt track, it was about 5 times as exciting (read scary, or thrilling as “your mileage may vary” so to speak) as NASCAR. It’s a huge affectation now; I look at it now (not often) and think manly thoughts about the way things used to be (when I was 3 years old, hee-hee-hee).

      And you brought your own goodies, except there were soda machines that held the bottles in icy water (much better tasting soda back then…), and if you were a little kid you often had trouble pulling the bottle out of the watery rack, after you had put your dime in to disengage the machinery. I was pretty little….

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  8. Jeffrey Coley says:

    The left is apoplectic because they don’t know what do with with a Republican who doesn’t just cringe and apologize when lied about and unfairly attacked. Had Barack Obama given that speech it would be hailed as one of the greatest of all time.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Get with the program!

      Everything O’bama did was hailed by the sycophantic, fawning press as “historic” and the “greatest” ever. Most of the time he didn’t actually say anything concrete.

      The most important point is that O’bama was praised for saying things that were “right” about America. But, the funny thing is O’bama was playing a role for his public face. He didn’t believe what he was saying. We all know, now at least, that he worked tirelessly to tear down every facet of this country. O’bama was not lazy he rubber-stamped anything and everything that would erase American exceptionalism.

      It makes me I’ll just seeing him, but he looks very stressed these days.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I agree with most of your post but I think Obama is looking rested and ready for battle.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        I could just never stand listening to him giving a “speech” with all of those ums-uhs-ands
        an acquaintance commented to me on the speech he was giving that Saturday morning at the McCain funeral . . . she described it as “soaring rhetoric” . . . I just . . . oh, phooey

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        It may seem like a joke, but it’s true: Listen to everything Obama says ironically. His true meaning is exactly the opposite of the literal meaning.

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  9. LKAinLA says:

    Pretending a white person (assumed) hung a noose for black Bubba to increase/elevate diversity for their brand is unethical. In todays climate unethical crap like this can get innocent people killed. Any white person who would attend one of these races now has zero pride. All I can say for Bubba is that it must feel better to be a victim than a winner.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      NASCAR provides modern day chariot races for the ignorant masses.

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      • boogywstew says:

        NASCAR leaves out the protruding weaponized hubs designed to rip spokes a new one. It might help NASCAR at this point. It helped 007 when he needed it.

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      • barnabusduke says:

        Hey now, I (operative word: was) a big time NASCAR fan. Especially in the older days. I don’t get people watching soccer, but I don’t think soccer fans are ignorant! NASCAR lost me with this hoax though!

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      • Jan says:

        Somebody would have to pay me mass quantities of millions of dollars to watch NASCAR. I’m surprised they haven’t taken the gig to China for more fan base.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I wondered right off when the FBI said “no charges” what they actually meant.

      They meant it was a closed matter and giving Bubbs cover.

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  10. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  11. garavaglia1 says:

    Like moths to a flame. I think they wanted this one to just die..but..the President has other plans for it. Beautiful.

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    • lida rose says:

      “I think they wanted this one to just die…”

      I disagree. Noosecar and the networks have replayed the whole hoax saga before every race since then, including yesterday. The “noose”, poor crying Bubba, all the so-called solidarity, etc. They can’t/won’t let it go.

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  12. Patience says:

    The rubber met the road.

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  13. jus wundrin says:

    In an effort to appease a certain small demographic of marxist radicals, ALL sports is self imploding. The other night, Mark Levin asked his audience to join him to defund the NFL by not attending games, or watching them. I would add the rest of the sporting spectrum to that equation……and yes, Im on board

    Walmart is always hiring.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      And Walmart just took all of their “All Lives Matter ” t shirts off line and not for sale anymore. I guess only Black Lives matter to them.

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    • sDee says:

      Walmart is full-in on the BLM/Floyd agenda. They spent $100 for a systemic rascism center. They have had the announcement of it (in black banner ) on their website ever since.

      I am done with them.. As the Monopolies grow our choices shrink.

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      • sDee says:

        $100 million that is

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      • woohoowee says:

        Walmart still hasn’t figured out appeasement never works:

        Sunday, June 5, 2020

        -snip-

        LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Walmart Supercenters in Jacksonville and Sherwood were temporarily closed after protests on Sunday.

        The Walmart on John Harden drive in Jacksonville closed after a group of protesters showed up at the store Sunday afternoon and reportedly blocked the entrance to the store. Management said the store has reopened.

        After the group left the Jacksonville area around 2:30 p.m., they made their way to Walmart in Sherwood, located on Highway 107, causing it to temporarily close. As they blocked off the entrance to the store many began chanting “no justice no peace.”

        https://katv.com/news/local/2-walmart-stores-in-central-arkansas-closed-after-protests

        “Protestors” have been shutting different Walmarts down for a month or more.

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    • Bill says:

      I was a MASSIVE NFL fan. It was all I cared about outside of work, in terms of a hobby to follow when at home and not at work or the gym. I spent thousands upon thousands on merch and games for the NFL. I was their key demographic and the life blood of their league.

      After 40 years of die hard fandom, I’m 100% done. As a die hard Giants fan, I thought it was going to be hard to turn it off. But what I’ve watched them become made it quite easy for me. It will take a massive shift in policy to get me to come back to that league.

      BTW, many of my democrat friends feel the same way. And not only are they done with the NFL, they are excited to vote for Trump. No chance Trump is losing unless it’s stolen. These are people that I got into heated arguments with over Hillary v Trump. And now they are excited to vote for him. And I sure do love saying to them, “Isn’t cool how I don’t rub in your face how wrong you were about Trump??” Ha ha

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      • Robert Smith says:

        People don’t realize that it is a relief of sorts when you give up something like that. You have much more free time to do things you enjoy with other people. Fandom and some hobbies sometimes get too all consuming, I say that as a person who has avoided some things in life because I have this addictive part of my personality.

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      • Jan says:

        Me, too. My Denver Broncos told me I wasn’t a true fan if I didn’t support BLM.

        I won’t support killers, desicraters, property destroyers, baby killers, racists, radicals, looters, kneelers to the flag, etc.

        Just because you hate America & are a well-paid athlete doesn”t mean you have the right to lecture us about your view of victimhood.

        Our withdrawal from attending or watching NFL games & other professional sports will affect the bottomline, including franchise owners paying these athletes’ salaries.

        So rave on…we’re no longer listening.

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    • Dekester says:

      I have been three Opens ( Carnoustie 1975/2018 and St Andrews 1978) and two U.S PGA events.

      We were intrigued and impressed by the likes of Charlie Sifford, and his cigars, Calvin Pete and his crooked arm, Jim Thorpe and his unorthodox swing.

      Chi Chi Rodriguez was enthusiastic about his Puerto Rican background, Lee Trevino was truly always self deprecating and chuckling about being the “ Merry Mexican “

      Gary Players caddy for years was a B/M called nicknamed “Rabbit”

      Man, have we slide into idiocy or what!

      I had a low single digit handicap when a player.

      My plan is never to return to PGA event.

      They left truly destroy everything. F**k, I truly despise them.

      Our English Premier League is now virtue signalling central too.

      Who know, but folks may be weaning of the drug that sports has become.

      God bless PDJT.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      I’m up for it. Because I never attended anything other
      then high school or college sports. Baseball excepted
      (lucky enough to see the Big Red Machine back when).

      The sports owners are the connected of the connected.
      The elite of the elites. Tax laws are re-written for them.
      Rankin Smith, (former owner of the Atlanta Falcons)
      had enough sway back when that he earned his own
      detour.

      This was when all the plans were afoot to build another,
      outer perimeter around Atlanta. It had a dog leg in one
      of it’s sections. So that it went around Smith’s big acreage.

      The other thing that would be great if the stadium owner
      types took a bite? Another, far worse group would be
      affected. The bondits. Without going into detail most
      cities, counties, and states have devolved to this.

      Instead of representing we, the people, the persons
      we elect are there to propose “Solutions” to our problems.
      The “solutions” generally involve the building of some
      structure. The financing, always, always, always involves
      bond financing.

      Would love to see us getting away from abuse by
      (bond issuing) authorities. The shadow governments.

      Finally, NASCAR would have to rank as the worst among
      these. Charlotte Motor Speedway used to sit 165,000 persons.
      It’s unimagineably vast.

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  14. justaguynamedbob says:

    As a North Carolinian, NASCAR is now dead to me along with the NFL. Frees up more family time at beaches, fishin’ and huntn’. Be blessed ya’ll.

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  15. 4sure says:

    And NOOSECAR IS DEAD TO ME. A life long fan. Tuned them out during this year’s Atlanta race. even before the Talledega hoax. Saw this crap coming when they had to celebrate George Floyd and BLM at Atlanta race with all drivers and cars pulling onto pit road and shutting down engines to honor the thug Floyd.

    CNBC spinning PTrump tweet as his defending the confederate flag and the racists NOOSECAR fans who want to display it at NOOSECAR TRACKS.

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  16. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    I’ve been a NASCAR fan observer for 40 years. Based on this absurd situation which Wallace “Jussied”, and other politically correct silliness, along with restricter plates etc. the bloom is off the rose.

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  17. Don McAro says:

    To boot lots of the media enhanced the size of the garage door pull as well

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    • Greg1 says:

      That pic from nascar that Sundance used made the “noise” look bigger than it was.

      That was deliberate.

      They knew what they were doing. Sorta like holding a small fish at full arms length in front of someone for a picture. It gives the illusion that it’s bigger than it really is. It’s intended to deceive.

      Put someone’s hand in it for the sake of reference and it becomes self evident what a hoax it was.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Someone here said the only person that noise could hang was Adam Schiff.

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  18. MVW says:

    Good, let’s take down all utility poles in black neighborhoods as poles are RACIST! Don’t stop there, TREEEEEEES! Any tree with a branch needs to be cut down as TREEEES are RAAACIST!

    And asphalt pavement with white lines on it….RAAACIST pavement in black face!

    These are Totalitarian NUTTERS, wearing diapers on their faces. Symbolic? I think so.

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  19. markone1blog says:

    With the NFL and NASCAR having committed hara-kiri, aren’t you glad that Megan Rapinoe saved you from having to watch women’s soccer by promising to kneel for the anthem?

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    • uselogic19 says:

      Yep. And I’m one of those who actually like women’s soccer to some extent. Knew someone on the ’99 World Cup team so that sparked my interest. (Plus Alex Morgan & Christen Press) No use for it now.

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  20. MustangBlues says:

    Something to consider: bubba wallace is a light skin so called ”black” and thus has White Privilege (DNA), and he is a ”sacred cow” in holy pantheon of oppressed africans sold by their ancestors african slave tribal chiefs because he hangs with rednecks race car drivers.

    Blessed with melanin privilege and White Privilege, bubba is a two fer for the hate America communist democrats. He might be biden’s vp pick if they cannot find a suitable female.

    He really looks like jussie smollett, wonder do they have the same advisors on their race hoaxing?

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      The Julian Bond Syndrome: the lighter the complexion,
      the louder the cries of “racism”. Every. Single. Time.

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  21. sarasotosfan says:

    And this occurred on NASCAR owned property. And Comcast/NBC has a seat on the Board of Directors.

    Dunno how Bubba did, but while channel surfing I saw he was a lap down and 20 something in the last stage.

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  22. markone1blog says:

    Of course, with Democrats abandoning Americanism and Americans, why talk about hoaxes set up against once-conservative bastions?

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  23. Avi says:

    Another issue speculate about is Wallace. He looks less black than Dolezal. I thought he was on Mediterranean stock or even on the darker spectrum of Northern Europe. And I never heard of him.
    Was this a publicity stunt on his part to get ad revenue by declaring himself black and a victim?

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  24. Uncle Max says:

    I’m really happy POTUS mentioned the flag. In doing so, he is the ONLY national political figure to do so… and that goes directly to the ears of many of us southerners that do not see that flag as racist KKK flag, but as a cultural flag of southern pride. The push back is needed to tell folks, just because you are offended by something doesn’t mean you get to ban it. Trump just put daylight between himself and the Nikki Haleys’ of the GOP. No taking a knee. No agreeing with the mob. No PC crap.

    I love it. The madness has to stop and the only way it does it to give voice to those that cannot speak up… ie, the old NASCAR fans… southern whites and blacks that embrace the symbols of the culture and history of the American south…. ALL of it.

    The Battle Flag of N. Virginia is not the hill to die on,… but including it, pushes the window back a bit and forces those that want to ban all the things to refight, as millions of normies have been red-pilled , that it was never about that flag… or confederate statuary and monuments…. this movement, of the last 20 years has been a slow-rolled project to rip all the culture of America down and intimidate anyone who dares to defend the past.

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    • goddessoftheclassroom says:

      (previously posted on another thread here)
      I have a silver charm bracelet given by my parents back in the 70s. It is jam-packed with charms that represent me and my milestones.
      One of them is a Confederate flag that represents my Southern heritage.
      That some very trashy and tacky people misused the flag to stand for the oppression of blacks does not erase what it means to me. An analogy is that just because the KKK burned crosses (disgusting) does not make the cross a symbol of racism.

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    • Debra says:

      Yep. It is absolute hilarious to hear the people who all used to clamor ‘ain’t diversity grand’ to try to talk about banning anything that is different to their point of view . . .

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      LIKE!

      With the Frederick Douglass statue now being pulled down, that should get everyone to thinking: what and who are these people tearing down our country, literally!?!

      It is an all-out assault by people who don’t even know who Frederick Douglass was and why he had a statue. Who ARE these people that would tear down Frederick Douglass? Are they imported from somewhere else and don’t even really know that much but are just given their assignments to tear down statues, etc.?

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  25. I am old enough to remember the, “ITS A CLOCK” story when a Muslim kid was in school during the Zero administration. It looked like a bomb, but ALL the lamestream media defended the kid to say it was just a clock.

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  26. dallasdan says:

    NASCAR is Fonzie jumping the shark. Increased ticket prices, banning the flag that the core of stock car racing fans embrace, and willingly promoting a race-baiting hoax constitute three strikes.

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  27. boogywstew says:

    I do not know ONE single person who upon seeing that “noose” would have thought it was nefarious. As someone who is no stranger to knots, I would have thought too much effort went into that knot because a figure eight knot tied in a doubling up of the rope at the end takes less than 5 seconds and will not loosen or tighten up and it’ll provide a handle. The “noose” looks better. It’s decorative. It’s classier. It’s amusing. A bimini twist knot looks like a noose to me. If Bubba was 1/10th the man he thinks he is, he’d have hung it from his personal vehicle’s rear view mirror.

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    • Harvey Lipschitz says:

      Having taught over 600 people sailing, we covered some knots.

      This is a case of getting their panties in a knot.

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      • boogywstew says:

        My knot knowledge is from technical rock and ice climbing. I grew up on an Atlantic island with no mountains so my dad decided our family should be mountain climbers. My big fantasy is being asked to help crew a sail boat across the Atlantic. My only experience in sailing was being 3 sheets to the wind many times in the last century and I’m good at being ballast.

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  28. scrap1ron says:

    The Marxists will be coming after professional fishing next. Using that Bimini knot proves you are a racist.

    They plan to despoil every American cultural institution and tradition.

    Mock them every chance you get. President Trump is spot on.

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  29. thrawlbrauna says:

    Now we just need to flood twitter with the article and pictures!

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  30. Trump’s tweet right underneath about Warren made tears come to my eyes.

    He has an absolute mastery over the media’s attention span.

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  31. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Lindsey Graham: ‘I Don’t Think Bubba Wallace Has Anything to Apologize For’

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Lindsey didn’t follow the story. How sad.

      Liked by 5 people

      • old deplorable owl says:

        Miss Lindsey doesn’t think HE has anything to apologize for, either……

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        • suejeanne1 says:

          Back in 2016, after everyone had dropped out except Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, my Mom and I were wondering if the anti-Trump people were planning and plotting in the background (especially with Low Energy Jeb dropping out after all that $150 Million was spent). We wanted to send a bunch of people to the Bermuda Triangle. In the intervening years, wondering if we were being mean – especially with Lindsey – but no, if they won’t stand up for our President AND our country’s history and values, in a full-throated, loud and clear manner, never mind – off to the Bermuda Triangle with you! (Wrote this before the Republican Convention when John Kasich showed himself to also be a no-show Never Trumper coward)

          “The Perfect Storm” part 2

          Okay, so these guys arrange for a charter fishing boat to take them down around the Florida keys and purportedly do some deep-sea fishing – while they plan how to stop Donald Trump who is winning all over the place – John Kasich is tearing up the Rust Belt with wins, too – and Ted Cruz is crusading the border towns, surprising everyone with his ability to sing like Marty Robbins, he gets held over in Laredo for a gig –

          oh, as this is top-secret, no girlfriends/wives or press people – no media types, but Frank Luntz is okay, as a guest of Lindsey Graham and John McCain –

          a little down time for everyone as they head out to sea, with a George Clooney-lookalike as skipper –

          Reince Preibus and Sean Spicer take up a nice location on the bow where they can put their lap tops and cell phones on top of a tackle-box and intermittently with Mitt, soak in some rays so they can return “tan, rested and ready”

          John McCain tells everyone he will take the last watch and therefore needs to take his nap

          Lindsey is tired of mint juleps and wants to head down to the galley with Frank to find some limes for mojitos – they page Marco over the loudspeaker to show them what to do

          after a few mojitos, Lindsey goes back on the intercom/loudspeaker button and regales his buddies and seagulls with his latest speech in Washington (he has it memorized, somewhat but he keeps repeating a certain part, something about bats)

          at some point, they drift into the Bermuda Triangle

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        • 4sure says:

          Lindsay is running against a black dem for the senate. He will be kissing anything black from now until Nov. 4th. Probably the first time he has ever had a dem opponent that will give him a good race. The dems in the past have not really put up a viable candidate. Not this time.

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    • TJ says:

      Birds of a feather…

      Former Governor Nikki Haley, Who Wants to Be President, Promotes Fake Bubba Wallace Noose Narrative…
      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/06/23/former-governor-nikki-haley-who-wants-to-be-president-promotes-fake-bubba-wallace-noose-narrative/

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    • Brutalus says:

      Yeah, I notice even Gutfield and Tyrus and the rest of the Fox crowd last week propping up the Bubba Wallace didnt do anything wrong meme last week…it was “only” Nascar that screwed up, they said

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  32. suejeanne1 says:

    To me – IMHO – President Trump is great because he goes here, there and anywhere he damn well pleases – 1st Amendment!

    I go on youtube pretty frequently to watch old movies that might be available there – plus videos with “tabs” and tutorials for guitar and ukulele – just for my own enjoyment and to shut out the news for a while – there are these video ads that often pop up for various “Master” programs that a person can take, such as with Carlos Santana and other musicians, writers et al –

    Trump could do his own “Master” program on running for President and then actually being President to add to their curriculum but by then, the PC police would raise holy hell already and will demand they change the name – to not include “Master”.

    My Mom and I made a little list off the tops of our heads the other day of all the “Master” examples that will no longer be allowed – we keep thinking of different examples – like master cylinder – “emcee” for “Master of Ceremonies” and “maitre’d” – I think “Master Bedroom” and “Master Bath” are what started all this with a realtor or someone jumping on the bandwagon.

    Nuts!

    God bless you, President Trump!

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  33. Eaglet says:

    I feel bad for Richard Petty. They can not even fire Bubba now for stinking as a race car driver, now he has a privileged spot. I am so sick of this crapola.

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  34. Marcus Aurelius says:

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  35. benifranlkin says:

    So I guess Bubba replaced the Confederate flag with BLM stuff on his car just to make things better? …….I don’t think so …

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  36. T2020 says:

    DemoNazis have to double down because it’s an election year. They can never tell the truth.

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  37. RJ says:

    Bubba (what a name…made for what?) should just shut his big mouth and drive his butt off winning races (if he is capable…which one can easily argue he is not!). Then again, the King, Mr. R. Petty does not have many if any recent wins on his table. So what’s a fading driver, owner, promoter to do?

    Make noise and keep wearing that funny cowboy Karen hat!

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  38. Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

    The next logical conclusion NASCAR made the flag decision. In order to mitigate and blunt response from fan base knew in advance of the incident. They staged the whole noose hoax to say see this is why we had to make the flag decision.

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    • markone1blog says:

      You are talking about the checkered flag, right? Obviously the BLM crowd would want it to be all Black.

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    • Bill says:

      1000000% it was staged. And it was done by the highest levels in the league. The commissioner with his fake tears was the dead give away.

      Communists raised in the Ivy Leagues have been carefully put in place at all levels of society. Not only the executive roles, but the boards, who are supposed to eject people like this are stacked with them as well. Hence them not giving a damn that they are destroying their customer bases. Which goes against everything business stands for in a capitalist society.

      This is all part of a master plot to overthrow the US Govt. I keep trying to tell anyone that will listen, that this is in fact what’s going on. And this time they are going for it. And I think Trump made them tip their hand earlier than they wanted to. Which may save the republic. It’s only a matter of time before this things spills into the streets of our safe havens in the burbs.

      Hope everyone outside of the Tree House is prepared.

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    • Brutalus says:

      Yes, absolutely, they did it to guilt their fan base into silence after they made the decision to ban the Confederate flag

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  39. Paul Woll says:

    Trump nailed it. His last sentence is an observation on the likely causes for the lowered ratings not an endorsement of the flag. How anyone can take it any other way is only through confirmation and/or media bias.

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  40. Human places says:

    For the sake of being TOTALLY REDUNDANT,,,,,,,
    these are not the same ropes, same garage, same anything!
    The new picture is an end garage bay with the beige metal panels going perpendicular to the door.
    ALL OTHER PICTURES,,,, there is no such perpendicular wall between bays,,,,
    and surely not at bay 5!

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  41. TJ says:

    -Flashback: Leftists Peddle T Shirts Of Trump Hanging By Tie-Noose, Instagram Promotes It
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/07/leftists-peddle-t-shirts-of-trump-hanging-by-tie-noose-instagram-is-promoting-it/

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  42. Rickgrenellssatchel says:

    I guess this is the difference between myself and alot of the other readers/posters on this site. I voted for Trump and plan to do it again but these tweets seem below the office and frankly I would hope the president has better things to do than to keep up with Nascar ratings and commenting on a sinking ship of a sport like Nascar. The mere reference to the Confederate flag will get him associated with it forever by the media. He takes two huge steps forward with a great speech over the weekend, then three steps back with this stupid tweet.

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    • henry says:

      There is absolutely nothing wrong with the Confederate flag. IF every other separatist, racist, religio-fascist group like BLM, Islam and the gay mafia can have their hate flags; the Stars and Bars has every right to fly, too.

      At one time there was a Flags of the Confederacy poster available from the National Parks Service. It’s been gone a couple of decades now.

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    • Marcus Aurelius says:

      You have to admire someone who refuses to lead from behind, at least. If you don’t like his style, that is fine, but what makes a leader is his results. Mr. Trump has been able, through tremendous and almost universal opposition, to accomplish more in 3 years than the previous occupant of the White House could accomplish in 8. Not to mention, Mr. Obama had D majority in the House, and Filibuster proof Senate for 2 years.

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    • I agree with Rickgrenellssatchel. This story has come and gone with our current news of riots, destroying statues and black on black crimes of killing children. Why go there now? Trump needs to work on trying to bring us together, stop talking about this flag-noose topic which is toxic with the MSM! The Whitehouse press conference today was the flag/noose NASCAR topic. I have lived in SC for 43 years and have heard both sides of why it is not symbolic of hate but about Southern heritage. Mr. President, with all that is going on now, stay away from the Confederate flag, the noose and NASCAR ratings. Leave NASCAR to sink by themselves with political correctness supporting BLM! It will also happen to the NFL, NBA and other sports will have low ratings because BLM will be exposed as a Marxist group! Don’t through gas on a burning fire. Trump 2020!

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      • gda53 says:

        “Trump needs to work on trying to bring us together”

        And how, pray tell, with the entire UniParty, MSM, Deep State against him does he do that?

        We ARE together, and those without a brain, or who have been indoctrinated, will never be “brought together”, except to fight against MAGA.

        At least YOU are wise enough to know what’s at stake here. Now go convince the fence-sitters and ignoramuses who abound.

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    • gda53 says:

      You do realize that no matter what he tweets, the MSM will manage to twist it into a “rayciss” comment, right? It’s not like his amazing speeches over the weekend were’nt called “rayciss” too.

      If he does not tweet, he loses.

      But it’s good that you know on which side your bread is buttered, so you can of course have any opinion you like.

      I’m not so sure about the “three steps backwards”, that seems a tad of a stretch.

      Really, for anyone not totally indoctrinated, there IS no choice in November – so go out and let people know how you feel and that despite your reservations (or disapproval) of (some of) his tweets, you still support him, and will VOTE for him in the Fall.

      Your voice may well convince others, who dislike his tweets too, but are unaware of the dire need to support him in November.

      There are a LOT of folk like you out there, and they are more likely to be swayed by someone like you than me, so get busy if you want to save your country.

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    • Dekester says:

      Rick, you are “ Fake News”

      God bless PDJT

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    • Arrest Soros says:

      We’re in a culture war and The President has every right and duty to lead us in that war.
      That is exactly what the man is doing.
      Lose this culture war and everything else is meaningless. No amount of good economic management or anything else matters.
      Eventually the other side will get in power (look how Pelosi winning the House in 2018 turned out). If we’ve lost the culture war by that time, expect a rapid decline as a nation and expect to lose your nation as you’ve known it.

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  43. Big Bubba says:

    I suspect Bubba Wallace, unhappy with his mediocre career in NASCAR was looking to boost his celebrity status with a little bit of dat “racism”

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    • litenmaus says:

      I suspect Jussie Smollett was also looking to boost his celebrity status with same ‘racism’ stunt…very disgusting that this was the route they both decided to use in order to ‘enhance’ their lives….

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      • uselogic19 says:

        Yup. Both were running out their existing employment contracts. Smollett’s character was scheduled to be dropped. Bubba had lost sponsors and was probably on his last top series ride.

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  44. billsbowl says:

    Black Top Matters

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  45. dustahl says:

    Trump was right to tweet about Nascar in my view, because, the left is ruining all sports by dividing and make the sport political, rather than just the sport.
    Transmen against Women
    Football kneeling
    Baseball jumping on borad BLm
    NBA fawning over China and BLM It needs calling out

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  46. rustybritches says:

    This morning the great Linsey graham came out and said that Bubba had nothing to be sorry about
    and as usual he wants to knock the President for anything that he says and does
    Too bad that someone cant put a write in candidate and bring this turd down and elect a decent Republican in his place He has done nothing in the entire time in office and since he won his primary he is once again being rude to the President..
    MR Graham We know that your just a back stabbing slob but maybe you might take some advice and figure out which side your on because We the people will never support you any longer Your just another RiNO in the senate along with those who wish to give the Senate to the Dems so you go for it stupid We shall wait to see you lose to a dem who will cause more problems than You can even imagine

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  47. plumnelly1 says:

    As NASCAR and liberals fume…NASCAR driver Brian Vickers is just hoping no one brings up the fact that he is married to…
    NASCAR and Epstein
    Well known NASCAR driver Brian Vickers married to Sarah Kellen,[32] user of the alias Sarah Kensington, who is known for her role as the “sex scheduler” in Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking of underage girls. Wikipedia
    https://nypost.com/2019/08/10/meet-jeffrey-epsteins-gang-of-accused-slave-recruiters/

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    • plumnelly1 says:

      “Many victims allegedly told police that they were taken to Epstein’s massage room at his Palm Beach mansion by a woman named Sarah. According to authorities, the court papers say, both Kellen and Maxwell warned the girls not to speak about their encounters with Epstein.“ link above

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  48. MicD says:

    Noosecar’s “Candy Gram For Mongo”…
    Best Regards Sundance 🙂

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  49. Steve Phelps should be forced to resign, that would be a good place to start….

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