George Lopez ATTACKS Trump Supporter (Caught On Video)

More liberal violence… It takes very little to trigger a liberal. Leftists can dish it out, but they can’t take it.

So conservatives are taunted and harassed in public and peacefully leave. Lefties turn violent. They have no self-control. Press charges against George and sue him for damages.

A video released shows far left actor George Lopez attacking a Trump supporter outside a Hooters restaurant. Lopez grabs the man’s phone and then grabs the man’s neck.

CBS Local:

A cellphone video has surfaced showing comedian George Lopez getting into an altercation at a New Mexico Hooters with a man reported to be a vocal supporter of Donald Trump.

According to CBS 4 in Texas, the 15-second video recorded Sunday was posted by gossip news site TMZ. It starts with a man looking into his phone, saying, “Here comes my boy George” as Lopez appears to walk out of the restaurant. “Jorge Lopez!” the man says before the comedian asks, “Posting more bull****?”

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Lopez then grabs the man’s phone as the alleged Trump fan says, “He’s a badass! Look at him! He wants to fight me!” Lopez says something unintelligible during the scuffle as he grabs the man’s neck.

“George wants to fight me!” the man says as the video ends.

A person close to Lopez told the site the man had been taunting Lopez the entire night, making pro-Trump comments and screaming “MAGA!”

 

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