How far out in left field do you have to be in order for O.J. Simpson to think you’ve done something wrong?
That’s a question for social justice warrior and one-time NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick to consider.
Simpson, a former NFL star early on but best known for getting away with a violent double homicide involving his ex-wife – allegedly – thinks Kaepernick has made some poor decisions.
Again, we reiterate, O.J. Simpson, the man who is known well after his playing days due to a litany of poor decisions, is taking a shot at Kaepernick. How poor are your life choices when the Juice thinks it’s bad?
“I think Colin made a mistake,” Simpson said during an interview with the Buffalo News. “I really appreciate what he was trying to say. I thought he made a bad choice in attacking the flag. I grew up at a time when deacons were in the KKK. I don’t disrespect the Bible because of those guys. The flag shouldn’t be disrespected because of what cops do. The flag represents what we want America to be.”
Naturally, the media is trying to link President Trump to the conversation, creating a false equivalency that portrays mutual opposition to Kaepernick as a show of support for Trump. Because the media thinks you’re too stupid to pick up on the ridiculously fake correlation.
Think we’re kidding? Check out the numerous headlines saying O.J. agrees with Trump …
— Robert Littal (@BSO) March 16, 2018
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O.J. Simpson agrees with President Trump on Kaepernick and other players’ protests: “I think Colin made a mistake” https://t.co/N2TSFLy5fq
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 16, 2018
— Bay Area Sports (@BayAreaSports9) March 16, 2018
Note the interview quotes don’t start with ‘I agree with Trump,’ nor does Trump’s name come up during that particular line of questioning.
In fact, being ignored by the press is what Simpson said about Trump before his comments about Kaepernick – that he would never have voted for him for President.
“Somebody asked me if I’d have voted for him,” Simpson said. “Probably not, but I only know two of my friends I’d vote to be president. Some of my best, best besties I would not vote to be president. That has no bearing on it, you know?”
Simpson finished his comments about the flag controversy with this incredible statement: “I’m a firm believer of doing what you think is right, but I would always stand for the flag.”
If only he truly did believe in doing what is right, Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman would be alive today.
Go away, O.J.
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