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Golf Coach Resigns After Racist Tweets To Only Black NASCAR Driver
According to a report in the USATodayHSS, a ranting, raving, redneck racist golf coach resigns from his job a Wisconsin high school after sending several hateful tweets to the single, solitary, only Black driver in NASCAR, Darrell Wallace.
Here’s how it started:
Darrell posted the above tweet, likely in reference to the scores of melanin-hating racing fans who are likely flooding his mentions with their goopy mayo malevolence.
Enter ashy-because-“they”-aren’t-fond-of-lotion Brent Nottestad:
Will this fella just go away. Can’t drive himself out of an open wet paper bag. Sad to the see the sport let this clown with zero ability
“Hey @BubbaWallace. Please quit with, ‘I’m black’ bs. You’re terrible. There are 1423 more credible drivers to get that ride than you.”
We’d be remiss if we didn’t give you some insight into this very specific number that Nottestad used. According to Cambridge News and Deerfield Independent, that number isn’t random, it MEANS something:
1423 is also commonly associated with the Southern Brotherhood, an Alabama-based white supremacist prison gang. The website adl.org says its members “often use the numeric symbol 14/23, a reference to the ’14 Words’ slogan (“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”) and the “23 Precepts” of the Southern Brotherhood.”
Yeah. But Nottestad’s Birkenstock bigotry wasn’t over, he also launched a racist attack against Wallace’s dead grandmother in response:
“Granny Jan die in a police shooting?”
Once the heat was on, Mr. Putter-d!ck then tried to “apologize”:
“I obviously regret everything that was said. I truly don’t feel like I’m a racist man, but unfortunately, that is the way I will be viewed for some time. I have let down CHS, the whole community, my players, my friends and, most importantly, my family,” Nottestad wrote. “I hate that my wife needs to deal with this. I sincerely apologize to all the people that I have affected including driver Bubba Wallace. All I can do is ask for forgiveness. Sorry!”
“I want to express the number 1423 I chose was completely random and in no way was I implying anything,” Nottestad said. “I was shocked when I learned it had a meaning to it. This mistake has cost me a job I absolutely loved. I regret everything I said that night. I am currently in the process of sending Mr. Wallace an apology.”
F**k this guy. F**k his exclamatory apology. F**k him in the mouth with Tiger Woods’ driver.