O.J. Simpson Giggles Over President Trump’s Impeachment Trial; Says ‘I’ve Been Involved In A Few Jury Trials’

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Twitter can be a strange place sometimes.

Case in point is the ongoing saga with former NFL baller O.J. Simpson. Once he discovered Twitter, he seemed to think that people care enough to watch him rant and rave about all things on and off the field – including former President Donald Trump.

The funny part about Simpson is his ‘celebrity status’ and the fact that people are so starved to follow such ‘celebrities.’ Simpson has an amazing 905K followers.

Usually Simpson puts out his 90 second to three minute videos from the golf course, where he spends plenty of his time, now in his twilight years at 73 years old.

“Football is over, so now we are on to politics,” Simpson rants in his latest video out on Tuesday.

“Unfortunately, I’ve been involved (giggles) in a few jury trials, the one thing that I know is that they get the jurors to pledge that they will base their decision on what they hear in court, and not on any preconceived ideas.

“I think we all know that it’s not going to be the case here, because these senators are going to be more concerned about how their vote is going to affect their election that is coming up less than two years from now.

“So in many ways, this is a complete waste of time.”

No truer words were ever spoken, “Juice.” This is really a complete waste of time.

Simpson’s two minute and 12 second ramble about politics is beyond confusing, and him trying to align himself with those who dislike President Trump feels about a shallow as Simpson looking for the killer of his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman back in 1994.

It was just a week ago that Goldman’s father, Fred, filed paperwork in court stating that Simpson has never come close to paying the Goldman family what they are owed after Simpson was found civilly liable in 1997 of the murder of Ron Goldman.

In that case, Simpson was ordered to pay the family $33.5 million, but reports say that Simpson has paid only $132,849.53.

So while you’re taking in the 120 second video of Simpson chuckling and giggling about the death of two people that he was involved with some 27 years ago, remember the support you are giving him while he’s living the high life and doesn’t seem ashamed about it one bit.

Written by Matt Loede

Matt has been a part of the Cleveland Sports landscape working in the media since 1994 when he graduated from broadcasting school. His coverage beats include the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers. He's written three books, and won the "2020 AP Sports Stringer Lifetime Service Award."


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