BREAKING: NASCAR Being SUED By Obama’s BLM Thugs… Here’s What We Know

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A black Georgia man by the name of Terrance Cox III, has filed a $500 million racial discrimination lawsuit against NASCAR and it’s race teams.

He claims that his attempts to make NASCAR a more racially diverse enterprise were rebuffed by the sanctioning body. He founded the group Diversity Motorsports Racing to protest what he views as the injustices of NASCAR by sponsors and team owners toward the minority community.  The lawsuit was filed on Friday in the U.S. District Court in New York.

Cox claims that NASCAR, racetrack operator International Speedway Corp. and its race teams have made no effort to have corporate sponsors support a black race team. Funny, but isn’t that in and of itself, racism? It seems like diversity would be people of all colors welcome on all teams, not a team made up of entirely one race, no matter what color they are.

According to the complaint, Cox’s potential sponsors were encouraged by NASCAR to not work with him.  It alleges potential sponsors instead chose to associate themselves with drivers like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart. It also refused to promote various programs Cox created to help make NASCAR more diverse and his efforts to work with the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program were ignored. I wonder if perhaps his efforts were ignored because by definition they are not diverse at all and in reality exclusionary of particular races. In all honesty, it seems logical that sponsors would gravitate towards drivers like Earnhardt and Stewart when they consistently win races and are well-known names and faces of NASCAR.  They are also much beloved by NASCAR fans.  Sponsors are there for advertising as well and this is a money making venture.  Let’s be real here and not live in racist fantasy land!

In one allegation, Cox said that he talked with media personality Steve Harvey about creating “Steve Harvey Races 4 Education” and NASCAR ruined the potential deal by telling Harvey it would not sanction any race team associated with Cox. Perhaps because Cox himself had created so many problems and issues with NASCAR that they simply did not want to do business? Just a thought….

According to ESPN

In a statement, NASCAR defended its Drive for Diversity program — which has been in place since 2004 — and said it will fight the lawsuit.

“NASCAR embraces all individuals interested and involved in our sport, whether as partners, fans, competitors or employees, and there is no merit to this lawsuit,” the statement said. “NASCAR has a long-standing history of investing in diversity efforts including the NASCAR Drive for Diversity, NASCAR Diversity Internship and NASCAR Diversity Pit Crew Development programs. … We stand behind our actions, and will not let a publicity-seeking legal action deter us from our mission.

“NASCAR not only will defend our organization against these meritless allegations, but we will be asserting our own claims against Mr. Cox for his defamatory actions.”

God Bless.

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