2021-10-12 03:04:10 UTC
A noose in every garage, right, ESPN?
Oh, wait... that was just a hoax.
I guess they have to do something to shut down a popular sport that doesn'
kneel before the BLM agenda like the NFL does.
And there's too much gas-guzzling involved to be compatible with the Green Ne
Deal. Electric car racing would be as exciting as those little Hot Wheel
tracks we had as kids. If racism doesn't work, they'll find another angle t
take down NASCAR.
ESPN Undefeated columnist Bill Rhoden said that NASCAR racing is "one of th
most institutionalized racist sports organizations" during his comments abou
Bubba Wallace winning the YellaWood 500 at the Talladega Superspeedway las
On Monday, Rhoden appeared on "MSNBC Reports" with anchor Craig Melvin t
discuss Wallace’s win and how it is former NBA superstar Michael Jordan'
first win as team owner.
"It's very rare," Michael said about the win, noting Wallace is the firs
black man to win since Wendell Scott. "But it also inspires me that you'r
making a difference in a sport that no one really thought could even happen.
feel gratitude, but I feel energized too. Let's keep this thing rolling. Let'
have other Bubba Wallaces winning."
Melvin noted Jordan's comments about when joining NASCAR, he was "diving int
the teeth of racism".
"When I dove to get involved in NASCAR, I knew that I was diving into th
teeth of racism. Knew it. Been there. Experienced it. But I wasn't afraid o
it," Jordan said. Rhoden agreed with Jordan's sentiment, going as far as t
label NASCAR as "one of the most institutionalized racist sports organization