Viral Obituary Mistakenly Identifies O.J. Simpson As Trump

( – The Los Angeles Times was torched online after mistakenly inserting former President Trump’s name into a story about the death of O.J. Simpson. The outlet was describing the day that Simpson was released from prison, but instead wrote, “Trump walked out of Lovelock Correctional Center.” The left-leaning outlet later corrected the story, but not before the error went viral. In a post on X, formerly Twitter, California Globe editor Katy Grimes blasted the outlet for “itching to write stories about Trump” being sent to prison.

Republican National Committee (RNC) Rapid Response Director Jake Schneider pointed out that despite the error, the media would still be oblivious to the fact that they are not trusted by most of the American people. It is no mystery that Trump-hating journalists would love to see him in prison and likely have dreamt about such a situation. His first criminal trial in New York began on April 15 with jury selection. Inflammatory headlines from the media immediately ensued, although some have acknowledged the weakness of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case.

Simpson, however, did go to prison for his role in robbing two sports memorabilia dealers in 2007 at the Palace Station Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. He was also acquitted by a jury in 1995 after an eleven-month trial for allegedly murdering his ex-wife and her friend. However, he was found responsible for their deaths in a 1997 jury trial after the families filed a civil lawsuit. He was ordered to pay $33.5 million in compensatory and punitive damages. Simpson, 76, died on April 10 from prostate cancer.

In the months leading up to his death, Simpson expressed a positive message about his health in a video post on X. He was treated with chemotherapy and believed that he was on the road to recovery. The American Cancer Society lists prostate cancer as the second leading cause of death for American men.

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