By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
There are a lot of criticism about law enforcement in the United States. People are protesting in the streets about police reform following the death of George Floyd on Memorial Day.
While there are certain individuals, who are protesting — and even have attacked the authorities during the protests — there are people who still support the police. Mike Harmon Racing is one of those groups, who support the blue.
The NASCAR team will have a special wrap for the Xfinity Series race today at Homestead-Miami Speedway near Miami, Florida. It’s a #BacktheBlue wrap.
Kyle Weatherman will be driving the car, which will roll off near the back of the field. The Hooters 250 will be live on FOX from 3:30 pm to 6 pm EST.
“Mike Harmon Racing supports our LEO’s and First Responders,” the team said on Facebook. “We THANK YOU for your service, sacrifice and dedication‼️🖤💙🖤.”
One has to wonder if Mike Harmon Racing had to get this wrap approved by NASCAR. This comes days after Bubba Wallace had a Black Lives Matter wrap.
Some people have even said that Wallace’s wrap contradicted itself with words on the side “Black Lives Matter” with “Compassion, Love, and Understanding” in front of the car. Wallace drove this car on Wednesday night at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia — which he called the biggest race of his career.
Wallace drove the car with Black Lives Matter in the race less than an hour after NASCAR banned the Confederate Flag. The lone black driver in the Cup Series voiced his opinion on the flag two days before it was banned.
Black Lives Matter protests have destroyed historic statues around the country.
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