HATE OR HOAX? Black Racer Bubba Wallace Claims to Find Noose in His Garage Stall
Black NASCAR racer Bubba Wallace made it a point to get the Confederate Flag banned from all NASCAR events to show his solidarity with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) terror movement, and now he is in the media claiming that a noose was found inside of his garage stall after Sunday’s race in Talladega, Ala.
Federal authorities are on the case, although no evidence has been produced publicly to show that a noose was ever actually found in Wallace’s stall.
“Regardless of whether federal charges can be brought, this type of action has no place in our society,” said U.S. Attorney Jay Town, whose office is working on the case with the FBI and the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.
NASCAR is playing along with the incident that may be another Jussie Smolett-style hate hoax.
“We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough how seriously we take this heinous act,” NASCAR said in a statement. “As we have stated unequivocally, there is no place for racism in NASCAR, and this act only strengthens our resolve to make the sport open and welcoming to all.”
Recently, there has been a new frenzy over supposed hangings and the showing of nooses started social justice warriors who have bought into the mass hysteria.
Last week, Big League Politics reported on how exercise equipment in a park was mistaken for nooses by low IQ individuals in Oakland, Calif. who have fallen to fake news propaganda:
A panic that occurred in Oakland, California over a set of so-called “nooses” that appeared on trees at a local park appears to have been little more than an erroneous hysteria, after a black man has stepped forward and explained that he and his friends installed the ropes as a swinging system for exercise.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf had ordered a hate crime investigation after Oakland Police identified five ropes they described as “nooses” hanging from trees at Lake Merrit, with the city government apparently believing that the ropes were akin to racial intimidation tactics and allusions to lynchings carried out by groups such as the Ku Klux Klan.
However, one man familiar with the presence of the ropes is describing the city’s suspicion of a hate crime to be false, stating that they were installed by some of his friends merely for use as swings and exercise equipment. Victor Sengbe, who is black, expressed surprise that the ropes would be viewed as hateful images, stating that he couldn’t see how anyone would view the small ropes as a hangman’s noose.
“Out of the dozen and hundreds and thousands of people that walked by, no one has thought that it looked anywhere close to a noose. Folks have used it for exercise. It was really a fun addition to the park that we tried to create.”
The next phase of the nationwide deception has started, with social justice warriors finding (or perhaps planting) nooses all over in order to justify continuing BLM rioting and mayhem.
UPDATE: NASCAR has now admitted the noose scandal was a hoax following an FBI investigation.
BREAKING: NASCAR admits the "noose" incident was a hoax. I told you the moment the story first broke it was fake. I will now be accepting apologies from everyone who doubted me and attacked me for revealing the truth. #BubbaSmollett pic.twitter.com/Wh1ym28ooE
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) June 23, 2020