Race Baiting Al Sharpton Slams FBI Decision On Bubba Wallace “Noose” And Makes Wild Announcement


By Duncan Smith

If you’ve been following the NASCAR-Bubba Wallace-noose story at all, you know that the FBI has determined that while one was found in a stall used by Wallace’s race team at the Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday, it has been in the stall since October and was not targeted at the sport’s only black driver.

Yes, it was! claims Al Sharpton, the race-baiting gaslighter from MSNBC claimed.

NewsBusters noted:

Just when you thought that the NASCAR Bubba Wallace controversy was cleared up and over, MSNBC’s Morning Joe made sure to bring it right back into controversy. In an opening segment on Wednesday morning, co-host Willie Geist started up a conversation with MSNBC show host and notorious, Tawana Brawley race baiter Reverend Al Sharpton on the topic of the noose that was found in Bubba Wallace’s car Monday morning.

Geist mentioned that the FBI had stated that the noose wasn’t targeted at Wallace and in fact had been there since early last fall. But those facts didn’t stop Geist from holding tightly onto the fact that there was still a noose, seemingly rejecting the FBI’s conclusions. 

Oh, and Wallace isn’t buying in, either.


This article originally appeared at The National Sentinel and was republished with permission.

*Some edits have been made.

Be sure to read this detailed article I wrote yesterday for more details!

BREAKING: “Noose” Found In Bubba Wallace’s Garage Has Been There Since 2019 And FBI Makes Hate Crime Conclusion- NASCAR Issues Announcement

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