March 25, 2019

ABC's “The Fix” fails to push politically correct narrative on OJ Simpson

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews

TV shows and documentaries about killers are all the rage, unless you don’t tell these stories with the politically correct point of view. Former lead prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial, Marcia Clark, is finding this out with her new ABC show, The Fix.

While the The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, for one, towed the line between, “maybe he did, maybe he didn’t,” The Fix... doesn’t.

Still, it’s shocking to see the headlines and critiques attacking Marcia Clark. You would think a series written and produced by a strong woman depicting a female character fighting for justice on behalf of murdered and abused women, would at least be critically appraised.

But, currently, we live in an age of intersectional hierarchy which means the real problem with The Fix is that it’s not in line with the mainstream narrative.

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commented 2019-03-26 21:18:10 -0400
2 stupid things about the trial have always bothered me. 1. Did police ever look for the broken glass he claimed to have cut his hand on in his hotel room? They could have checked with the maid service to see if a glass was missing. 2. Of course the glove didn’t fit. When leather gloves get wet they shrink and have to be stretched back into shape.
commented 2019-03-26 20:20:19 -0400
Marcia Clark and Christopher Deardon would never have gotten so wealthy if O.J. had been convicted. They owe him big time.
commented 2019-03-25 19:36:42 -0400
Mar-sha Clark.
Quite frankly, I think Mar-sha [Marcia] Clark is capitalizing on the deaths of Simpson’s victims.
commented 2019-03-25 19:19:02 -0400
Yeesh, i believe when polled that far more Black people think he did it now then back then.