"In the back of my mind, I was like, 'Isiah's going way out on a limb here because no one in this room is going to follow him and no one in that other room is going to follow him down that rabbit hole, but I said to myself, I'll stand by him on this because I do think it's the right thing to do," Daugherty told The Washington Times this week. "It's not the most popular thing to do, obviously, but I think if it was anyone one of us it would be the right thing to do. It just happened to be one of the biggest stars on the planet."
"The old 'heritage versus hate' thing, in my mind is ridiculous," African-American NASCAR car owner Brad Daugherty said on SiriusXM last week. "Because that flag to any African-American person does not represent any type of heritage. It 100 percent represents hate.''