NASCAR has lifted the suspension on Noah Gragson following his previous penalization for endorsing a George Floyd meme on social media. The reinstatement comes after Gragson underwent diversity and inclusion training with NASCAR’s partners at RISE. The ex-Legacy Motor Club driver also issued an independent statement concerning his reinstatement.
NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace recently weighed in on the sticky situation that Noah Gragson currently finds himself in
This has been a tough week for driver Noah Gragson, and word has just come out now that he has been officially released from his contract with the Legacy Motor Club whose banner he drover under following his double suspension from both NASCAR and Legacy on Monday.
You’d think driver Noah Gragson had committed an actual crime against humanity with the way that he has been treated by NASCAR, the Legacy Motor Club, and the media the past several days. Because the thought-crime he committed by liking a politically incorrect meme on social media, his career on the track might be ending more abruptly than anyone anticipated.
The social justice hammer has been dropped on driver Noah Gragson after NASCAR and the Legacy Motor Club indefinitely suspended him for liking a George Floyd related meme online; Not commenting upon or even having created, but simply for pressing the ‘like’ button.