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Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post

Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post

Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post

Ray Ciccarelli said he hadn’t slept and physically fatigue after posting on his personal Facebook page triggered a social media storm this week (click here to read the controversial Facebook Ciccarelli post), but he was preparing to oppose the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors racing truck series weekend It’s at Homestead-Miami Speedway at Entry No. 49 for the CMI Motorsports team.

 

The owner / driver of the 50-year-old Married part time released his opinion about the New Nascar protocol when it comes to kneeling during the national anthem and a ban on the Confederation flag.Ra

Ray Cicarelli in Daytona International Speedway in February, 2020.
In an exclusive interview with Tobychristie.com, Maryland-Native, who felt his mind misinterpreted it, setting his view to set a direct record.

“I don’t lift the way people describe me. It’s not me,” said Ciccarelli. “I’m not the type of person like that. Only my wives, my family has been attacked and misused on social media. It’s just heartbreaking.”

After the reaction to his opinion, Ciccarelli did not regret pressing the “post” button on the Facebook page that was now disabled, but regretted how he had misunderstood.

“I regret how it was misinterpreted,” said Ciccarelli. “I don’t regret my feelings of confidence in the national anthem and stand. I don’t like the fact that I am misinterpreted about defending the Confederate flag. Because at all the shape or shape is that I defend the Confederations flag.

Ray Cicarelli at Daytona International Speedway in February, 2020.

“Everything I say is the fact that I understand the feelings of both parties to the flag. My point of view, which I try to say is how you take (flags) from one group and help support the offended group and then what you do in that group You take? Now, they are angry. ”

In addition to being annoyed because NASCAR has the potential to alienate some current fans by prohibiting symbols that carry racist connotations for fans of African-Americans today and potentially new, Ciccarelli, admitted that the complaint was not with a ban on flags from NASCAR facilities. The complaint is also not with the fact that people are now permitted to kneel during the national anthem, instead, it is, “triggered,” he is the fact that Nascar continues to change their attitude.

Ciccarelli announced
Ciccarelli announced

“I think I just sit there. I have seen the news coming through referring, NASCAR now allows you to kneel during the national anthem, it just annoys me,” Ciccarelli explained. “I believe standing for the national anthem, and I believe that if you want to kneel during the national anthem, you have to kneel. It just kind of triggered me, because we were told you couldn’t kneel, now you can kneel. It just makes me go.

“We are told one thing we cannot do, then you are told you can do it. Only to return, about two years during (Colin) Kaepernick Deal, Nascar released a statement stating that the team owner had to take action to a teammate who decided to kneel During the national anthem. It won’t be conditioned with anything. ”

Part of frustration, Ciccarelli explained, is the fact that there is no warning from NASCAR before policy changes are enforced.

“(That) just came out of the left field,” Ciccarelli said.

Part of what is boiled by Ciccarelli’s blood in the moment that determines that he built a Facebook post, which caused a small underdog driver to become a topic of trends on Twitter – for all the wrong reasons – is that he knows many people who have struggled to protect the United States flag.

“My family and friends are all in the military and protect our country every day. That is why the flag means a lot to me, personally,” Ciccarelli said.

While the Ciccarelli post caused anger among many in Nascar and more people outside sports, he insisted that he had never mean anyone’s violations to anyone.

“I feel everyone has rights

Ciccarelli received many online reactions to his comments, and deleted his Twitter and Facebook account as a result. In an interview with Toby Christie, Ciccarelli explained why he sent the post and detailed the reaction caused by people.

In an interview, Ciccarelli said his actual point of view was wrongly interpreted. He also claimed he did not support the confederation flag.

“I don’t like the fact that I was misinterpreted about defending the Confederate flag. Because it was completely not the form or shape, I defended the Confederations flag,” Ciccarelli told Toby Christie. “Everything I say is the fact that I understand the feelings of both parties to the flag. My point of view, what I’m trying to say is how you take (flag) from one group and help support the mentioned group and then. What did you do in the group do you take from? Now, they are angry. ”

Despite saying his wife and family “had been attacked and misused on social media,” Ciccarelli said, he did not regret hitting his post. He just hopes it means differently.

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Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post
Exclusive: Ray Ciccarelli Wants to Set The Record Straight About His ‘Misconstrued’ Facebook Post

 

 

 

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