Another Hate Crime Hoax In The Books

On Monday, a story came out from NASCAR about a noose that was found in the garage of Nascar driver, Bubba Wallace. NASCAR put out a statement on the alleged incident on Monday and here is what they said.

“We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough how seriously we take this heinous act,” the NASCAR statement read. “We have launched an immediate investigation, and will do everything we can to identify the person(s) responsible and eliminate them from the sport.

“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.”

People immediately stated that this was a backlash against Wallace for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. Obviously, something like this, if proven, should be condemned. Nooses have a horrible history in America. There is however one problem, it was actually the rope to the garage door that they “found”. Oops, it was just a mistake guys, it was just a simple mistake. Despite of how I started talking about the story in this piece may sound, I had my doubts about it from the beginning, and once again, my doubts were proven right. We can add this story to the list of fake hate crime stories.

Rule Number One when dealing with stories like this from the media, always and I mean always wait at least 24 hours before jumping on the bandwagon. We have had several instances where this has been the case. So, remember back to January of 2019 during the March for Life. There was a group kids waiting to get on a bus to head back to their school, when they were confronted by a group called The Black Hebrew Israelites, and Native American protesters. All of this was simply because they were wearing MAGA hats. The people who confronted the kids were shouting racial epithets at them and even one of the Native American protesters went up to one of students banging a drum in his face. Well of course, the media immediately jumped on it and twisted it to wear these kids were vicious evil racists and were the ones who confronted these people. These students were shamed on social media and received death threats. As it turns out, the media’s narrative was false. Around that same time, there was another story like this.

Do you guys remember the story of Jussie Smollett? If you don’t, here is the basic gist of the story. On the night of January 29th of 2019, in the middle of south side Chicago, Smollett claimed that he was jumped by two white men who proceeded to pour bleach on him and shouted “This is MAGA Country!” As it turns out, the story was false. In fact, it was completely staged all because Smollett wanted some extra money. This didn’t stop the media from jumping on it claiming that this represents all Trump supporters and more broadly proves that America is systematically racist, and that is the point. There was another incident last week where people claimed that they found nooses in a Oakland park. However, it was actually parts exercise equipment that was put there by a black guy. There are many more of these types of stories that were simply not as big. In other words, there have been many instances where hate crimes were actually faked. All of this is part of a broader narrative being pushed by the left.

This narrative is of course that America is broadly racist to its core. However, if this is the case, why has there been so many fake hate crime stories. If you America is so deeply racist, hate crimes would be happening every day right? Obviously, because there has been many fake hate crime stories, this proves that America is not in fact racist to its core.

Stories like this once again show that we can no longer trust the media. Their mask has come completely off and have been revealed to be the political hacks they are. Whenever a story like this comes out, we cannot give the media the benefit of the doubt. They have broken that trust many times over the years.

Sources:

https://nascar.nbcsports.com/2020/06/21/bubba-wallace-richard-petty-motorsports-nascar-talladega-superspeedway-noose/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

https://www.al.com/news/2020/06/noose-found-in-bubba-wallaces-garage-was-there-since-2019-feds-say.html

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