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Danica Patrick Reposts Meme Addressing ‘Fake News’

by Kayla Zadel
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Former race car driver Danica Patrick’s using Instagram to share more than her changing hair color. This time Patrick’s sharing a meme that touches on the topic of fake news. Danica Patrick shared posts to her Instagram story on Friday, Oct. 30.

The meme is originally posted on the wonderlandb3 Instagram account.

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A post shared by Truth Seeker In Wonderland (@wonderlandb3) on Oct 30, 2020 at 8:52am PDT

This image seems to depict scholars researching and writing history. The writing reads, “If the news is fake, imagine how bad history is…” Also, the message the account seems to be sending is that if the news is fake, then history must be too.

Patrick seems to be questioning the fact that if fake news is occurring now today, what if fake news has been occurring this entire time during the history of the world? Furthermore, if people are reporting fake news today, albeit this could very well be something that’s happened over time. She seems to be arguing if history is correct.

Danica Patricks’ Past Politcal Statements

According to FOXBusiness.com, Danica Patrick doesn’t like to address politics. During the 2016 election, she was asked about NASCAR CEO Brian France’s endorsement of Republican candidate Donald Trump. This is her response, “I feel like religion and politics are the two things that you just stay away from.

I’m not going to comment about what I like or don’t like or what people say. But we live in America and it’s a free country and you can say whatever you want,” Patrick continues.

Nevertheless, the race car driver turned vineyard owner and podcast host has not yet announced who she endorses politically in this year’s presidential race. Therefore, she hasn’t taken to social media to publicly back any candidate.

However, she isn’t afraid to open up about why she left NASCAR. She discusses the matter on her podcast “Pretty Intense” with founder and Onnit CEO Aubrey Marcus.