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Jun 24 2020

Bubba Wallace: Jussie Smollett on Wheels

As predicted by everyone with an IQ above 70, the racist noose found in Bubba Wallace’s NASCAR garage was yet another hate hoax. Via Fox News:

“The FBI has completed its investigation at Talladega Superspeedway and determined that Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime,” NASCAR said in a release after the findings. “The FBI report concludes, and photographic evidence confirms, that the garage door pull rope fashioned like a noose had been positioned there since as early as last fall.”

Wallace was assigned this garage just last week. The garage next door has a “noose” too.

They literally launched a federal investigation over a piece of string used to pull down a garage door, on the grounds that a Person of Politically Preferred Pigmentation whimpered that it oppressed him. That’s how privileged some people are.

Wallace finishes dead last in terms of originality. The discovered noose game has been played into the ground. For other comical examples, see here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Since Wallace has revealed himself to be a crybully jackass with no credibility, NASCAR should laugh off his arrogant demand that Confederate flags be banned on his command.

Wallace can look at the bright side. The moonbats at Sports Illustrated and ESPN will probably name him Athlete of the Century for injecting moonbattery into NASCAR.

On tips from Steven S, FighttheBeast, Pegon Zellschmidt, Stormfax, Rapinhoe, R F, Varla, Ed McAninch, Ronald L, ScrewyPuppy, Troy H, and Scott D.



5 Responses to “Bubba Wallace: Jussie Smollett on Wheels”

  1. […] post Bubba Wallace: Jussie Smollett on Wheels appeared first on […]

  2. […] noose in his garage turned out to be yet another hate hoax, but this sounds more serious. Since the FBI apparently has […]

  3. […] in the third degree. Too bad hate hoaxers aren’t often hit with that. They could start with Bubba Wallace, whose false report caused a federal investigation over […]

  4. […] themselves by pretending to be victimized by hate. The downside is that, as Jussie Smollett and Bubba Wallace can tell you, hoaxes are sometimes revealed, unmasking the perpetrator as a contemptible fraud. […]

  5. […] can tell us how to feel, but they can’t make us feel it. While NASCAR bows and scrapes before crybully hate hoaxer Bubba Wallace, the fans give him the reception he has […]


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