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OJ, charged with domestic abuse, 2 murders and armed robbery, wants you to know even he stands for the anthem

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In what couldn’t be better news for radical leftist Colin Kaepernick, alleged double murderer OJ Simpson came down against the former NFL player’s efforts to protest police brutality.

The man most Americans believe butchered ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman, is trying to slowly ease back into American culture since being released from prison in October.

Even after the recent chilling airing of his hypothetical confession to the crime.

Simpson sat down with the Buffalo News for his first in-depth interview in a decade, with President Donald Trump among the wide range of topics covered. The paroled felon told the paper he agrees with the president’s opposition to Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem.

“I think Colin made a mistake,” Simpson said. “I really appreciate what he was trying to say. I thought he made a bad choice in attacking the flag.”

CHICAGO, IL – DECEMBER 04: Colin Kaepernick #7 of the San Francisco 49ers looks on after being benched during the game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on December 4, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears defeated the 49ers 26-6. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

To make matters worse, the man charged with domestic abuse, double murder and armed robbery lectured us about respecting the American flag.

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(Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images)

“I grew up at a time when deacons were in the KKK,” he stated. “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.”

Simpson said Kaepernick’s “biggest mistake” was continuing his protest, which may explain why the player is unemployed today.

“When he did it the first time,” he said, “I thought, ‘Well, you took a gamble, and I give you credit.’ But it was him continuing to do it where he made the biggest mistake.”

“I’m a firm believer of doing what you think is right, but I would always stand for the flag.”

(AP Photo/Ethan Miller, Pool, File)

This coming from a man who must have thought is was “right” to nearly decapitate his ex-wife, allegedly, in a fit of jealous rage.

As for football, Simpson said as soon as Nevada officials will allow, he’s interested in attend NFL games in Buffalo, where he previously played — on his own accord.

“I like the Buffalo Bills,” he said. “So I will, the minute I can travel, request once or twice maybe next season to go to Buffalo, visit some friends, meet some of the boys.”

Tom Tillison


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