Truck Racer Ray Ciccarelli Announces Retirement Due to NASCAR’s Betrayal of Southern Fans
NASCAR racer Ray Ciccarelli will be leaving the sport at the end of the year because he cannot stomach how the racing league has turned its back on America.
“Well, it’s been a fun ride and dream come true but if this is the direction NASCAR is headed, we will not participate after 2020 season is over,” Ciccarelli wrote in a Facebook post.
“I don’t believe in kneeling during Anthem nor taken ppl right to fly what ever flag they love. I could care less about the Confederate Flag, but there are ppl that do and it doesn’t make them a racist all you are doing is (expletive) one group to cater to another and i ain’t spend the money we are to participate in any political BS!! So everything is for SALE!!” he added.
The 50-year-old auto racer had been competing in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series for years. He is not the only individual involved with the sport who is enraged by NASCAR’s betrayal. NASCAR helmet artist Jason Beam spoke out on Twitter as well.
Big League Politics reported on NASCAR’s decision to ban freedom of speech at their events to appease the far-left Black Lives Matter hate movement:
NASCAR has announced that it will no longer respect the freedom of expression of its fan base, and ban anyone from displaying the Confederate Flag at their events.
NASCAR made it official on Wednesday, announcing in a statement that the Confederate Flag “runs contrary to our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all fans, our competitors and our industry.”
Former chairman Brian France tried to make this decision back in 2015, but its many southern fans revolted as a result of the proposal. NASCAR seized upon the violent Black Lives Matter uprising as their opportunity to piss on the heritage of its core fanbase.
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr., a mediocre African-American NASCAR racer with no victories, demanded during a recent appearance on CNN that his feelings were more important than the freedom of the folks whose love for racing drives the sport.
“No one should feel uncomfortable when they come to a NASCAR race. It starts with confederate flags,” Wallace said.
The racing giant has been in the process of selling out their fans for years, which Big League Politics has chronicled. NASCAR turned their backs on the Bill of Rights and Constitution last year.
NASCAR is learning that there may be serious blowback for surrendering to the left-wing mob.