OJ Simpson, a voice for justice? No, not in a million years. Unfortuately, the disgraced Pro Football Hall fo Famer doesn't have even the most rudimentary sense of restraint or decency to stay out of the spotlight, as it's never too long before he's back on Twitter dropping an unsolicited opinion about a current sports topic. This time, the retired running back and duly convicted felon has decided to pop off about Drew Brees' controversial remarks in opposition to any player taking a knee during the national anthem for any reason.
We can't imagine Colin Kaepernick wants you as a supporter, OJ. If anything, Brees -- who later issued a second apology to fans and teammates after his first fell flat -- ought to be dishing out long-distance high-fives to anyone and everyone knowing that he's on the opposite side of an issue from a man widely believed to have gotten away with two homicides.
These truly are strange times.
OJ, you're not a thought leader. You're not part of a movement. Just stick to the golf course and then maybe take a nap. We'll all be much better for it.