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(Motorsport)   Jan 1 - controversial NASCAR driver Kyle Larson gets new spotter. Media finds that new spotter is deep into QAnon conspiracy theories. Jan 5 - Kyle Larson needs a new spotter   (motorsport.com) divider line
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397 clicks; posted to Sports » on 06 Jan 2021 at 1:18 PM (17 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-01-06 12:54:09 PM  
I'm surprised there isn't a QAnon sponsored car. InfoWars is missing out.
 
2021-01-06 12:57:26 PM  
In case you're wondering, yes I targeted the 5, since He Who Shall Not Be Named retired, and I needed a new target.  Looks like the idol has accepted the new targeting parameters.
 
2021-01-06 2:26:49 PM  
Hendrick is having some major image issues. They really had no choice considering that sponsorship money is often tied to having a squaky-clean image.
 
2021-01-06 4:32:12 PM  
After seeing the spotter was no longer with the team, I had suspected something like this was the case.
 
2021-01-06 5:04:45 PM  
They were so good together.
They even have matching Tiki torches.
 
2021-01-06 6:32:46 PM  

sinner4ever: They were so good together.
They even have matching Tiki torches.


He was just asking if they'd seen Kyle.
 
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