(Right Country) – In the midst of the ongoing coronavirus scamdemic and the left’s attempt at a cultural revolution, major industries, companies, and leagues that are currently financially hurting have been forced to play the game or risk being left behind.
The NFL, for example, once opposed players kneeling during the National Anthem but have now done a complete 180 complete with praise for Colin Kaepernick and even encouraging players to kneel if they feel inspired to do so.
Now, it looks like NASCAR is going the way of pandering sports league. NASCAR’s only black driver, Bubba Wallace, just so happened to find an alleged noose in his garage at Talladega (what timing). If you’ve been following along, you know by now that the noose was no noose at all but rather the pull for a garage door and the entire episode was actually a whole lot of nothing.
Despite the hate crime being yet another hoax (or a misunderstanding at best), NASCAR has nonetheless decided to stay course with the leftist pandering and force all members of the industry to complete “sensitivity training and unconscious bias” training. You know, since white people just have such a difficult time admitting how racist they really are.
Are your eyes rolling yet?
Fox Business reports:
NASCAR employees will receive sensitivity training in the coming weeks after the discovery of a garage door pull tied into a noose was found in driver Bubba Wallace’s garage and triggered a national controversy, president Steve Phelps said on Thursday.
“We’ll make any changes necessary to our sanctions and our code of conduct and we will mandate that all members of our industry complete sensitivity and unconscious bias training,” Phelps said during a press conference.
The NASCAR president said the exact timing and further details on the substance of the sensitivity training would be announced at a later date. The mandate was announced after the conclusion of NASCAR’s internal investigation into the circumstances behind the incident.
NASCAR releases a photo of the pull-down rope in the formation of a noose that was hanging in Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega.https://t.co/RuzxuZLa4W
— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) June 25, 2020
On Thursday, NASCAR released the first official photos of the noose found in Wallace’s garage at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama last weekend. FBI investigators announced earlier this week that the noose was a garage door pull that had been in place for months and that Wallace, the only black driver in the NASCAR Cup Series, was not the target of a hate crime.
Phelps acknowledged that he “should have used the word ‘alleged’” in NASCAR’s initial statement, which referred to the noose as a “heinous act.” NASCAR said that its internal investigation uncovered just one rope resembling a noose across 1,684 garage stalls at 29 tracks in use on the circuit.
“As you can see from the photo, the noose was real, as was our concern for Bubba,” Phelps said. “With similar emotion, others across our industry and our media stood up to defend the NASCAR family. Our NASCAR family. Because they are part of the NASCAR family, too. We are proud to see so many stand up for what’s right.”
For what’s right? It wasn’t a noose. There was never a threat to Bubba Wallace. What are people standing up for, exactly?
Phelps said he was “not sure” why no one else at NASCAR had noticed the “noose” before now and expressed concern over it since it has been in place since last October. The answer is probably because we don’t string people up with nooses anymore and no one thought twice about it. Naturally, Phelps would rather pander to the outrage mob and fan the flames of the media-instigated race war and insinuate that it actually must be because all the white people around are just OK with nooses and the idea of lynching black people.
You know, that pesky deep-down, subconscious racism all white people have.
“I will go back to the idea that our industry, all of our employees in our industry broadly need to go through sensitivity and bias conscious training,” Phelps said. “It’s an important thing to do because I’m sure some ‑‑ I’m not sure; odds are that someone saw it and didn’t react negatively to it. So we need to make sure that doesn’t happen in the future.”
It’s sure hard to watch this absurd groveling but when you have industries losing millions of dollars outside of their control can you blame them for wanting to do as much damage control as possible? The left is successfully taking over American culture and we should be worried.