What an absolute finkle-delight.

Fox Business:

The NASCAR driver who recently rose in fame after unintentionally sparking the “Let’s Go Brandon!” phrase says he’s had a hard time finding corporate sponsors following the chant going viral.

“It got extremely difficult for us. … If you’re a national corporation, that means you sell to all consumers … and unfortunately, when you get dragged into the political arena, people want you to take a side,’” Brown told Sports Business Journal in a recent interview.

“It’s hard for a brand to want to attach to somebody who might be kind of divisive in their consumer base. If I’m going to divide Coca-Cola, why would they want to talk to me?”


Really? Sure seems to have worked out for Kaepernick.

The phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” took over social media In October after an NBC interview with Brown. Fans of NASCAR were chanting “F— Joe Biden” during the interview, and in an apparent attempt to steer the interview away from politics, reporter Kelli Stavast said they were chanting “Let’s Go Brandon” in support of Brown.

“So the short answer is it’s been tough to connect with partnerships just because it’s kind of viewed as a ticking time bomb: ‘What is he doing to choose or say and how would that effect our consumer base?’ It’s too much of a risk.’ I understand it on their side but it’s made it really hard to tie everything down,” Brown continued.

If neo-feudal billionairism actually worked the way the propaganda tells you it would work, there would be multiple corporations lining up to put money in this goys pockets. Divisive simply reads as “free publicity.” But since big businesses are only big because they exist in winner take all fields, they don’t need to actually respond to market demand. So this NASCAR driver doesn’t get any sponsorships because the people running corporate america dictated otherwise.

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  1. Ermercans is dumb.
    Land of Roanold Frumpt? Nascar – dumb and boring (drive in a circle)
    Europe? – Rally racing, an actual sport with skill involve and fairly interesting.

    Actual sports:
    Land of puritan nutcases? – Football, a bunch of overweight cows with heart disease heavily padded and helmeted, ramming their sorry-ass blubbler into each other periodically for 5 seconds between long bouts of “huddles” and trashy mind control commercials from juden-media.
    Europe? Soccer, a sport with the perfect mix of anarchy and order, skill and imagination, played by people that work so hard it’s common to cough blood during practice (if you’re any good at it, believe me i know), and folks that get so high off the adrenaline thereof, they forget where they are…after listening to one of Iron Maiden’s first 2 albums (the second singer sucked)…blasted at 130 decibels, because you know you’re gonna be playing against beaners from LA with their obnoxious viva yo attitudes…and winning anyways…and …what the hell I’m talking aboot ?

    1. kay enough with the sportsball finklethink ok

  2. The Marxist (and Libertarian) argument of “everything is profit-driven” falls apart with stories like this. If you manage to prove the point that companies like Coca Cola don’t seek profit, but power, they bring up the fact that its investors that drive profit. This is true, but who are the investors and where do they get their wealth from? An ocean of wealth is created without a single transaction or consumer involvement, and it pumps up all these institutions, companies and systems.

    BTW, nice format change. Front page looks good.

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