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Former Football Star O J Simpson Dead At 76 – A Victim Of The COVID Shot?

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When I was growing up, O J Simpson was put before us young men as a hero.  He was on larger than life for many growing up during that time.  However, as we grew older and saw a lot of behind the scenes in the life of Simpson, we became aware that he was not all that he was being portrayed to be and then the infamous highway chase following the murders of his ex-wife and her boyfriend, he was acquitted.  However, most Americans saw through the charade of that trial and ultimately, Simpson lost in a civil trial.  Simpson died at 76 years after a battle with cancer.

I just have one question in all of this:  Did Simpson take the COVID shot and did that bring about his cancer?

He just revealed he had cancer in March of 2023.

ABC reported:

Then in February 2024, a Las Vegas television station reported that Simpson was again undergoing treatment for an unspecified cancer. Simpson himself posted a video on X that day, denying rumors that he was in hospice care, though he did not otherwise confirm or deny reports that he was ill. Two days later in another video update on X, Simpson thanked those people he said had reached out to him, adding “My health is good. I mean, obviously I’m dealing with some issues but I think I’m just about over it.”

The Mockingbird media outlet also added things about his time here on earth.

Simpson, nicknamed “The Juice,” broke records as a college and professional football player, and extended his celebrity and fortune as a sportscaster, a movie and television actor, and as a corporate spokesman, most notably for Hertz rental cars.

All that changed on June 12, 1994, when Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman, were brutally stabbed to death outside of the former’s home in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Brentwood. Within days, police announced their intention to arrest the former football star for the murders.

Five days after the killings, 95 million Americans watched as Simpson’s white Ford Bronco – with longtime friend Al Cowlings at the wheel and Simpson in the back seat with a handgun, threatening to kill himself – led police on a 60-mile, low-speed televised chase through Los Angeles that lasted some two hours.

MORE: 26 years ago, OJ Simpson was acquitted: Timeline of his life and the sensational trial

Simpson ultimately surrendered to police and stood trial for the murders. In October 1995, after 11 months from jury selection to verdict, Simpson was acquitted in a trial that was televised daily and became an international sensation.

Twelve years later, Simpson was arrested in September 2007 after he led a group of men into a Las Vegas hotel and casino to steal, at gunpoint, what he claims was his own sports memorabilia. Simpson was charged with a number of felony counts, including kidnapping and armed robbery. The following year, he was found guilty and sentenced to up to 33 years in prison. Simpson was released on parole on Oct. 1, 2017.

O.J. Simpson is survived by four children: Arnelle and Jason, from his first marriage, and Sydney and Justin, from his marriage to Nicole Brown Simpson.

It looks like the shot could have definitely added to his disease and death.

O.J. Simpson gloats over getting his COVID-19 ‘shot’ (nypost.com) reported in January 2021, just after Trump’s rollout of Operation Warp Speed and the shots,  Simpson was gloating…O.J. Simpson tweeted a photo of himself getting a coronavirus vaccination in Las Vegas on Friday — along with some gloating advice:

“Get your shot. I got mine!!!”

The photo posted to Simpson’s Twitter account shows him getting a jab in his left upper arm; the person wielding the needle is wearing protective gloves, a white lab coat, a surgical mask and a clear plastic face shield.

Within minutes the photo was ricocheting around the web, with some noting that the health care worker’s gloves did not fit.

“OJ getting stabbed by a person whose gloves don’t fit,” tweeted @RichnotRick. “Guess everything really does come full circle.”

Simpson, 73, has been a notorious troll since starting his Twitter account in 2019.

Simpson’s lawyer, Malcolm P. LaVergne, said his Vegas-based client was able to receive the shot due to his age.

“If you’re 70-plus, you’re eligible for the shot — you can schedule your shot and they’ll do it,” the lawyer noted.

“There’s no favoritism with him being a celebrity — that has nothing to do with his getting the shot.”

And there was no trolling or taunting intended in the tweet, LaVergne insisted.

“He has a pretty substantial Twitter following — this is him telling everyone, trying to motivate people, to get their shot,” he said.

“He’s getting his shot at the earliest possible opportunity and he’s urging everyone as a matter of public service to please get yours, too.”

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media

Tim Brown

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