On Sunday, as “news” of a “noose” hung in NASCAR D-lister Bubba Wallace’s garage spread across social media, I tweeted a long thread recounting all of the fake noose stories I’ve curated over the years, including the phony Oakland swinging weapons of white supremacy that turned out just last week to be … exercise bands. I cautioned, “If you don’t smell bullsh*t, you’re not paying attention.”ESPN reports:
A crew member for Richard Petty Motorsports discovered the noose Sunday at the Alabama racetrack. NASCAR was alerted and contacted the FBI, which sent 15 agents to the track to investigate.That's right. With rioting, vandalism, and looting all over the USA, the FBI sent 15 agents to investigate a stupid noose hoax.
The Oakland #FakeNoose ruse fell apart seven days ago, but no sooner had that fiasco ended than the NASCAR hoax erupted on Sunday. Racecar driver-turned-Black Lives Matter mascot Bubba Wallace claimed a “noose” was discovered in his team garage. A literal virtue-signaling parade convened. Establishment conservatives such as Ben Shapiro, Scott Walker, and Nikki Haley joined anti-American liberals in condemning “despicable” racism and declared that they “stand with Bubba.” Wallace appeared on The View to say that anyone who questioned his self-serving narrative was a “simple-minded” bigot who “offends me.”You would think that, with all the hysteria about Black racism, someone somewhere would find some actual example of some Black guy being mistreated somehow. Yet the most publicized examples are obvious hoaxes.
Turns out, thanks to citizen journalists’ sleuthing and observant pit crew workers, that the “noose” was a typical garage door pull rope present in the garage at least 8 months before Wallace moved into it last week.
I believe the George Floyd story will eventually be considered a hoax, as there is very strong evidence he died of a fentanyl overdose.
You can be sure the anti-racism nonsense will continue in the Jewish news media and movies. The Daily Mail reports:
J.J. Abrams is committing to fostering an anti-racism environment at his Bad Robot Productions company, and beyond.It defines white supremacy so broadly as to include most of Christendom. They are out to dismantle modern civilization as we know it, and you cannot even escape the propaganda when you want a Star Trek or Star Wars movie.
The production company released a 20-page guide on their Twitter and Instagram, titled Guide to Dismantling White Supremacy at Work.
The company stated they were, 'committed to dismantling white supremacy at work & at large' with their guide.
They define race and racism in a way that makes all Whites racist, and no non-Whites are racist. The idea is that racism means benefiting from system advantages of being White in a White society, regardless of whatever opinions one might have. They are especially contemptuous of Whites who say All Lives Matter or who try to practice race-blindness. They say all Whites are racist, no matter what they say and do.
Update: I tuned into an NPR Radio show this morning, and they had some guy saying that we should side with Bubba, and validate his feelings, whether the noose is a hoax or not!
I am beginning to think that the press knows that these stories are hoaxes, but play along anyway for political purposes.
Update: The NY Times and Wash. Post continue to try to spin this story. Bloggers solved this before those 15 FBI agents even arrived on the scene, and they point out that the knot was almost certainly not a noose. Everyone who calls it a noose is part of the hoax.
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