Texas Bar Fired Anti-Trump Thug Who Assaulted Teen Wearing MAGA Hat

Just imagine if this victim was a Jewish, Muslim, black, immigrant, gay, feminist, or HRC supporter and a Trump supporter was the aggressor… The MSM would be running this story non-stop.

This thug is a criminal and must be treated as such. This is the perfect opportunity to make an example of him and send a message to all of the violence-prone liberals.

Maxine‘s kid?

Update to this story.

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TDC:

A Texas bar fired a man who allegedly stole a Make America Great Again hat and threw a drink in a Trump supporter’s face on Wednesday.

Rumble, a bar in San Antonio, released a Facebook statement after a video of the harassment went viral. The bar denounced the part-time employee’s behavior toward 16-year-old Hunter Richard at a local Whataburger restaurant.

“THIS BAR IS A SAFE SPACE FOR EVERYONE!” the post read. “No matter your race, creed, ethnicity, sexual identity, and political stance, you are welcomed here!”

The video went viral after Patricia Thompson Spittler, a mom of one of Richard’s friends, posted the video on Facebook, asking people to “Please help ID this ‘Scum BAG of the Year!’”

The employee has been identified as 30-year old Kino Jimenez according to several social media sources including TwitterFacebook, and 4chan posts. More

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