O.J. Simpson Criticizes Colin Kaepernick, Praises Donald Trump in New Interview: “I Think Colin Made A Mistake”

O.J. Simpson Criticizes Colin Kaepernick, Praises Donald Trump in New Interview: “I Think Colin Made A Mistake”

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[ad_1] O.J. Simpson sat down for his first major interview since being released from prison. Though he refused to discuss his famous murder trial, he sure had a lot to say about a few other hot-button topics, including Colin Kaepernick and Donald Trump. Simpson’s in-depth interview with Buffalo News was published Friday (March 16). As one of the first black athletes to “transcend race” and did everything in his power to distance himself from Black America and racial injustice, Simpson slams Colin Kaepernick for protesting police brutality. “I think Colin made a mistake,” Simpson said of Kaepernick choosing to kneel during the National Anthem in protest of racial inequality in America. “I would always stand for the flag,” Simpson said. “I really appreciate what [Kaepernick] was trying to say. I thought…
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WATCH: O.J. Simpson Laughs Hysterically While Confessing to Murdering Wife Nicole Brown & Ron Goldman

WATCH: O.J. Simpson Laughs Hysterically While Confessing to Murdering Wife Nicole Brown & Ron Goldman

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[ad_1] O.J. Simpson has basically confessed to the murders of his wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman. In a TV special that aired on Fox Sunday night (Mar. 11) called “O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession?” the disgraced former NFL star described a “hypothetical” account of what “allegedly” happened the night of June 12, 1994 before the bloody bodies of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were discovered. At the beginning of Simpson’s televised conversation with Judith Regan—the woman who published his “If I Did It” book—he initially hesitated, claiming “it’s not easy to discuss,” which is weird, considering this is all supposed to be “hypothetical,” right? And beyond that, why would someone recount a “hypothetical” situation if they were 100% innocent? Speaking “hypothetically,” Simpson claimed that on the night of June…
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