Earlier this week, NASCAR's only black driver Bubba Wallace, reported that there was a "noose" found hanging in his garage stall. However, upon an FBI investigation, the "noose" was actually a garage door pull that had been there since at least October 2019.
Despite the investigation determining it the report was a hoax, MSNBC’s Al Sharpton is still pushing it.
On Wednesday Sharpton appeared on "Morning Joe" to talk about the incident. He claims that both the FBI and NASCAR referred to the rope as a "noose" and then implied that Wallace was purposely assigned the garage stall with the "noose."
Sharpton not ready to give up on the NASCAR “noose” story: "It’s clear what a noose represents … And then did someone know that it was in the stall when they did belatedly assign Bubba there? ... I do not think that we’ve seen closure in this particular inquiry." pic.twitter.com/xzq5hQIWC5
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“The FBI identified it as a noose. NASCAR said it was a noose or went along with the FBI’s characterization. It was a noose,” Sharpton carried on, “So, the question is, even if they did not know that Bubba Wallace was going to use that stall, why was a noose in the stall?"
"It’s clear what a noose represents," he declared. "And I think to go whether or not they knew that sooner or later the one black driver would use that stall really doesn’t answer why it was in the stall at all. And then did someone know that it was in the stall when they did belatedly assign Bubba there? So, I don’t think this answers a lot of questions."
He added, "And clearly, from what we just saw of Bubba Wallace, it does not seem he, who is the victim and possible target in this matter, seems to be satisfied with this. So I do not think that we’ve seen closure in this particular inquiry.”
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