Watching the Nascar Pre-Race

I see that NASCAR has re-instated Kurt Bush….They should never have suspended him in the first place.

Where was the assumption of innocence?  Some vengeful Bimbo Patricia Driscoll tried her best to trash his reputation. The Courts and Law Enforcement took the time to investigate and found that:
“After a thorough consideration of all of the available information about the case, it is determined that the admissible evidence and available witnesses would likely be insufficient to meet the burden of  establishing beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Busch committed a crime during the September 26th incident,”.  This is the incident where she came to his trailer after they had broken up and where she claims he smashed her head into the wall….but she didn’t know to report it until after over a month had passed…and the supposed bruises had had time to fade (she’s 35 years old, not some 17 year old girl,….”Didn’t know”? Really? A professional adult woman was unsure as to what to do when there is an act of domestic violence?)

The courts are willing to presume his innocence until it could be proven otherwise. Sadly, NASCAR couldn’t do the same. NASCAR owes Kurt Busch  a apology. And he should sue that vengeful bitch Ms.  Driscoll for damages.She did her best to tank his career, waiting until just before the start of the season to bring these allegations to the courts and (especially) to the press…

If only he’d have had the option of telling his team , NASCAR,  and his sponsors (especially Chevrolet) to piss off and go elsewhere for a ride. 

And now, at least, every other male knows to take real care with Patricia, lest you get on her bad side, and your job and reputation become a target for her to destroy in vengeance.

1 thought on “Watching the Nascar Pre-Race

  1. Personally I think Nascar overreacted, much like other sports organizations, fearing the feminazi wrath…

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