Fans Rip NASCAR For Politically Correct Holiday Graphic

John Simmons | December 20, 2022
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NASCAR might be the most tone-deaf league out there when it comes to interacting with fans.

Most racing followers are conservative, America-loving individuals who don’t give two rips about being politically correct. As such, it’s confusing why NASCAR would post a “Happy Holidays” graphic on its Twitter account to avoid “offending” its fans (sidebar, if you’re offended by people saying “Merry Christmas” to you, grow up, that’s on you).

Predictably, fans quickly waved the red flag on this post and sternly rebuked them for using a seasonal greeting that they clearly weren’t interested in.

NASCAR should know by now that its fans have no interest in even the smallest signs of wokeness or political correctness, so it's odd that they would post something like this. Of all the sports leagues out there, NASCAR should have known this would backfire on them quickly and stuck with a standard “Merry Christmas” post instead.

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