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Another ''Hate'' Hoax — Bubba ''Jussie'' Wallace and Fake Noose

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    Move over Jussie Smollets and make room for Bubba Wallace. The FBI investigated his claim to "find a noose" in his garage and found that it was just a makeshift pull cord for the attic stairs. But the media is likely to let their sensationalism persist and not correct the story. Wallace should be charged with a false police report like Smollets was. He should also be drummed out of NASCAR.

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/another-hate-hoax-fbi-investigation-finds-that-no-noose-was-placed-in-nascar-racer-bubba-wallaces-garage-just-a-makeshift-pull-handle/

    And why does the FBI send a bunch of agents to investigate this hoax which did not even damage persons or property instead of investigating all the leftist acts that have damaged and destroyed property? Why are those people not being investigagted and arrested? We are not going to stop this violent and destructive insurrection until those responsible are behind bars with long prison sentences.


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