In his last race the petite, over-the-hill race driver deliberately and willfully stalked and wrecked another driver, Clint Bower on the final lap of the AdvoCare 500. Gordon's car No. 24 is still emblazoned with the Red Oval, "DuPont".
But pause for a moment, folks, this is truth in advertising. Gordon's CHEAT-to-COMPETE misconduct accurately reflects the CHEAT-to-COMPETE DuPont corporate culture and mindset of its unethical top executives. Examples abound over the past few years:
* Dishonestly marketing a tree-killing turf herbicide as" very environmentally friendly" and the greatest advance in herbicides in forty years. Imprelis, Tell Us!
* Engaging in criminal price-fixing on behalf of a DuPont rubber venture.
* Willfully and deliberately stealing and using Monsanto's patent-protected seed technology which gave rise to a federal court jury awarding Monsanto $1 billion on Aug. 1, 2012.
* Covering up the disastrous failed attempt to develop and commercialise a first-generation GM seed trait to compete with superior-managed Monsanto, namely DuPont OptimumGAP.
* The systematic Beijing-style brainwashing of people in the Mid-Ohio Valley to the effect DuPont's extraordinarily toxic Teflon chemical C8 or PFOA which exposure is convincingly linked to two cancers, pre-clampsia, higher cholesterol, and ulcerate colitis, is perfectly SAFE, and "has no human health effect".
The list goes on and on. Jeff Gordon does indeed and in fact represent DuPont well.