FBI & NASCAR Conclude Driver Bubba Wallace Not Victim of Hate Crime After 'Noose' Found in Garage

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Even if something has been proven not to have the intent of being racist, it’s still racist. And if you don’t agree with the radical media’s narrative, you’re a bigot.

NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace has been brought to the forefront of the racing world in the last few weeks, because he’s the only black driver on the circuit. NASCAR has also taken action in the last week or two by banning Confederate flags at their events and kneeling to the Marxist mob by supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

This past weekend, Wallace was allegedly the “victim” of a hate crime when he was notified that there was noose in his garage at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. Wallace never saw the noose in person, but was told about it by NASCAR president Steve Phelps after a member of Wallace’s race team reported the noose to NASCAR security, according to ESPN.

Wallace eventually saw the noose in a video, and commentators on sports networks like ESPN were given more ammunition to not talk about sports so they can continue their transition to a political commentary network. There are definitely racists in this country — and every other country in the world — but they are NOT the majority.

By the way, society will never eliminate racism no matter how hard they try, because some people are simply jerks. That’s human nature. Some people will be racist for no other reason than they want to tick people off. They’re trolls.

That being said, after an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and NASCAR, it was determined that the noose had been in that garage stall since last fall and was not the tool of a hate crime with Wallace being the target.

NASCAR released the following statement on Twitter:

Wallace then hopped on the interview circuit, and the most egregious segment of them all — not surprisingly — was with CNN’s Don Lemon. It almost seemed as if Wallace and Lemon were disappointed that this incident wasn’t what it was initially thought to be, a hate crime.

Here’s Wallace interview with Lemon:

 

To Wallace’s credit, he released a statement in which he noted that he is “relieved” an alleged hate crime didn’t occur.

“First off, I want to say how relieved I am that the investigation revealed that this wasn’t what we feared it was,” Wallace said. “I think we’ll gladly take a little embarrassment over what the alternatives could have been."

That sounded like a more than reasonable response to a polarizing situation. Who knows? Maybe it was being on CNN with Lemon that made Wallace seem upset with how the situation played out.

Sports commentator and radio host Jason Whitlock, who is a black man, tweeted out the definition of the word "noose" and wrote that the specific knot has many uses, including being used by "Race-bait Pastors" to cause division.

Everything’s racist, and if you don’t think so you’re apparently a racist, too. In all seriousness, any use of a rope for any reason nowadays is considered racist. Yes, a “noose” is a controversial way to use a rope considering the historical connotations they possess. But, not every use of a rope — even in the case of being used as a noose — is racist. People of every color have been killed by hanging with the use of a noose throughout history. But because guilty white leftists truly believe that everything is racist against any person of color, the society that leftists want to inhabit — in their own image — is what people of every color unfortunately have to deal with today.

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