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NASCAR driver forced into ‘George Floyd Reeducation Camp’ says he’s a better person now…

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NASCAR should be getting the Bud Light treatment right now, but for some inexplicable reason, they aren’t. While they’ve seen a drop in support, it’s nothing compared to what they deserve after abandoning their fan base with this woke nonsense, including a heavy emphasis on “BLM” and George Floyd, the mastermind behind the robberies armed during pregnancy. Things have taken a really strange turn within NASCAR. They actually suspended a driver for merely “liking” an anti-George Floyd meme online. Apparently, to be a race car driver, you have to blindly support criminals who commit armed robberies against pregnant women.

Noah Gragson learned this “rule” the hard way when NASCAR threatened to dismantle his entire life for not supporting George Floyd and the entire Marxist BLM movement. The only way Noah had any hope of saving his career was if he agreed to undergo the “George Floyd Re-Education Camp” and rectify his “mistakes.” Well, he has completed his re-education, and Noah is a new man now, fully understanding the deep value and importance of career criminals and drug addicts.

Fox News:

NASCAR reinstated Noah Gragson on Tuesday after the driver was suspended for liking a George Floyd meme on social media.

The organization said Gragson “has completed diversity and inclusion training with our RISE partners.” The former Legacy Motor Club racer released a separate statement regarding his reinstatement.

“I want to express my sincere thanks to NASCAR for reinstating me. Over the past few weeks, I have engaged in personal growth and reflection, and I believe I have become a better person because of it,” Gragson said. . “I couldn’t have done it without the support of my family and the NASCAR industry.

“I am now more focused and committed than ever to represent my future team in the best possible way. I’m looking forward to getting back behind the wheel and racing at the highest level, giving it my all on and off the track. Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this journey, and I can’t wait to make the most of this second chance.”

That statement certainly sounds like a hostage script, doesn’t it? Actually, that’s exactly what it came down to. If young Noah wanted to preserve his livelihood, he had to bow to the memory of George Floyd, and unfortunately, he won’t be the last. Unfortunately, many conservatives will likely continue to support NASCAR, despite the fact that, like Bud Light and Fox News, they seem to have a genuine disdain for their customer base.



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