So NASCAR officials would rather fans didn’t display the Confederate flag:
As members of the NASCAR industry, we join NASCAR in the desire to make our events among the most fan-friendly, welcoming environments in all of sports and entertainment.
To do that, we are asking our fans and partners to join us in a renewed effort to create an all-inclusive, even more welcoming atmosphere for all who attend our events. This will include the request to refrain from displaying the Confederate Flag at our facilities and NASCAR events.
But they apparently don’t mind the Mohawk Warrior Society flag:
Putting the warrior flag on the hood of White’s took some convincing for NASCAR, particularly after the recent controversy in the U.S. over the Confederate flag — not an uncommon site at a NASCAR event.
“That’s why it was such a big deal that they allowed the flag on my car,” said White. “It was in the legal department for four days before they said OK.”
They were wrong to do so. The Mohawk Warrior Society is a terrorist organization, despite the revisionist whitewashing by the Canadian government and the media, who recognized that previously, but later decided that political correctness is more important than the truth, or human lives.
Or, if it’s okay to be inclusive enough to have the flag of a militant terrorist organization, then why not also be inclusive of the symbol of a defeated side in a civil war a century and a half ago?