When news broke of a supposed Bubba Wallace Noose being found inside his NASCAR garage, we called it fake news because it sounded far too much like the supposed noose they found hanging in Harlem a few weeks earlier.
Of course, the mainstream media lost their poop over the Harlem noose story because in their TDS pea-brains this was confirmation that America is a racist country.
But just 24-hours after Governor Cuomo ordered a full investigation to find those damn white racist that hung the noose.
The supposed noose turned out to be nothing more than a leftover rope that was used to haul construction equipment up the scaffolding during the reconstruction of the park’s landmark fire tower that had ended in October 2019.
Can’t Wait For Bubba’s Apology
Yesterday in our ‘Fake News? Bubba Wallace Noose‘ story we wrote:
“This supposed Bubba Wallace noose incident could, and in our opinion will more likely turn out to be another false alarm propelled by the growing hysteria over racial issues by an out-of-control fake news media who are now reporting on “feelings” rather than “facts.”
Bubba Wallace who never saw the noose is apparently unwilling to wait for actual facts. The 26-year-old race-driver quickly pounced on the incident writing on social media that he was “incredibly saddened” by the “despicable act of racism and hatred.”
Bubba Wallace also bravely vowed that he would “never back down” and continue to stand against bigotry.
I wonder if he’ll be so brave and bold to issue an apology if this turns out to be either another Jussie Smollett scam or something similar to what took place in New York City last week?
Now a series of photos that are going viral on Twitter certainly suggests that similar to the NYC Harlem noose, the “noose” found in Bubba Wallace’s garage at the Talladega Superspeedway over the weekend was really just a rope used to close the garage door.
#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