In case you missed the live show last night I discussed in detail all the reasons why you should’ve realized that Bubba Wallace was the new Jussie.
The second I heard that Bubba Wallace had a noose hanging in his garage I knew it was bullshit. The garage at Talladega is highly restricted with cameras everywhere. The “noose” thing reeked of Jussie Smollett, this guy was racing around in a black lives matter, and NASCAR just banned the confederate flag.
Then all of a sudden a noose gets found in his garage, there’s no picture of it, and this guy is a celebrity?
ESPN and the rest of the mainstream media presented the story as fact, not an allegation. They did their usual sappy bullshit about “standing against hate,” and nutted in their pants when they saw every other driver and their team push out Bubba’s car at the start of the race Monday.
NASCAR shared an emotional video with a message of "family" around Bubba Wallace.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 22, 2020
But Bubba couldn’t be called Jussie yet because he didn’t claim to have found the noose, and he didn’t ask the other drivers to do that. But he sure didn’t mind making himself the center of attention and going on The View for a pity party.
— Bubba Wallace (@BubbaWallace) June 22, 2020
.@BubbaWallace on those who believe the noose incident was staged: “It’s simple-minded people like that, the ones that are afraid of change, they use everything in their power to defend what they stand up for… instead of trying to listen and understand what’s going on.” pic.twitter.com/FikMntalwO
— The View (@TheView) June 23, 2020
The moment he called people who were rightfully skeptical that this was a hate crime, “simple minded” is the moment he became Jussie.
Either you believed him blindly and stood behind him or you were a racist. And the media ate that shit up.
Media Hype NASCAR 'Noose' as Obvious Hate Crime pic.twitter.com/omqRxmoXyv
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 24, 2020
— Dale Arnold (@DaleEArnold) June 22, 2020
Do you think the guy who placed the noose is in this group? Everything else about it is awesome. https://t.co/B0pA4AwnCE
— Dale Arnold (@DaleEArnold) June 22, 2020
Emotional moment at Talladega … where Bubba Wallace tried to fight back tears as ALL of his fellow drivers rallied behind him at the starting line. pic.twitter.com/DHIydNpBcz
— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) June 23, 2020
— Dave Portnoy (@stoolpresidente) June 22, 2020
Even grifting “conservatives” like Ben Shapiro, desperate to paint themselves as one of the “good ones,” went along with it.
Turns out it was all made up and 15 FBI agents wasted their time investigating a rope that was used as garage door opener.
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) June 23, 2020
#nascarnoose solved. These images are all from the garages at Talladega SuperSpeedway.
Image 1 shows rope “nooses” are affixed to every garage bay door as a pull down.
Image 2 shows Bubba’s bay 4 in Nov. 2019.
Image 3 is of bay 4 after the incident. Notice the rope is cut. pic.twitter.com/2rHdSdgtOo
— James (@JamesEBeatty) June 23, 2020
How dumb do all those drivers feel now? I’m sure plenty of them were skeptical, but they had no choice but to participate in the spectacle. Imagine what the media would do to a driver who didn’t? Going along with black lives matter propaganda is mandatory, that’s how cults works.
Now that we know it’s a hoax everyone should be happy right? After all, it’s a good thing that there are no racists placing nooses in black drivers’ garages. Not according to Bubba, who is trying to keep the lie going.
Look at Don Lemon’s face. Even he doesn’t buy Bubba Wallace’s bullshit. pic.twitter.com/vewpYVgyz8
— Dave’s Twitty Life (@davestwittylife) June 24, 2020
"I've been racing all of my life, we've raced out of hundreds of garages that never had garage pulls like that. … It's a straight up noose."
Bubba Wallace to Don Lemon. pic.twitter.com/HnJYpbPrlZ
— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) June 24, 2020
“It’s a straight up noose.”
Who you gonna hang with this “noose?”
Wouldn’t even work with him.
Nevertheless the MSM doesn’t wanna take the L on this one. Just ask Jemele Hill, who called the entire fanbase racist.
It. Was. A. Noose.
They just don’t believe it was directed at Bubba Wallace.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) June 24, 2020
Or Elle Duncan, who went on Dale Arnold’s poorly rated show last week to whine that she was racially profiled in Boston without providing any evidence, and is now very upset that it WASN’T a hate crime.
Sad to have to even say this but Bubba remains a victim in this. He didn’t find, report or announce the news of noose. NASCAR did. And if you’re delighting in this because it WASN’T a hate crime.. think about what that says about you. Relief is the proper response not smugness
— Elle Duncan (@elleduncanESPN) June 23, 2020
“Think about what it says about you,” if you’re happy a hate crime didn’t occur. It means you don’t like racism and you’re happy that there isn’t a race going around putting nooses in the garages of black men. The media hates this scenario because they make their money off of racism. They are the engine that drives the racism-industrial complex.
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