NASCAR gets wrecked, I mean woke...
Last year NASCAR had a major PR nightmare on their hands. The Woke mob mistakenly determined that a rope hanging in Bubba Wallace's garage was a noose. The FBI determined it was a lie. It was, in fact, just a rope to open the garage door.
It didn't matter though, the damage was done. NASCAR was thrown into the pit with the twitter outrage mob.
Now remember, over 90% of NASCAR's core demographic are white southerners. The FBI gave NASCAR a prime opportunity to stand against the outrage mob, expose them as liars and unite and strengthen loyalties to the existing customer base.
Instead, NASCAR caved. They banned confederate flags from being displayed by NASCAR athletes, employees, and even the fans in the stands.
Last week they placed a video on their twitter account letting everyone know that NASCAR is pedal to the metal woke.
We've always lived in a world where people make stupid business decisions. People miscalculate what they think their audience wants, they overpromise, they avoid risks and are surpassed. But in today's insanity, businesses make decisions to spite their fan base. Liberalism is destroying their economy because the woke ideology is held with religion conviction. All profits earned without it are unclean and can only be cleansed with a ritual offering to the beast-god.
At LOOR, we're building a platform that won't cave to the mob. We plan to profit heavily in spite of it. We plan to fight for a place where artists and investors don't have to ever worry if their money and efforts will be sacrificed to the woke mafia. We're implementing strategies to keep bloodthirsty Marxists away from our board, and working with artists to create content that acts as a bug repellent for commies. Someone has to keep the field safe for artists to have the freedom to create what people actually want.
Are you an accredited investor or a red neck content creator not welcome in Hollywood?
Then let me be the firs to welcome you to the LOOR.
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