George Lopez Was Slapped With Charges After Blow-Up Over Trump Joke [Video]

After all the time the left has spent defending their right to harass public figures in restaurants it’s funny to see them change their tune when it’s one of their own.

Vehemently anti-Trump actor and comedian George Lopez had his day at the golf course disrupted last month by police after he got into a confrontation with a heckler at a Hooters who cracked a Donald Trump joke and put a camera in his face. Lopez now faces a court date on charges of misdemeanor battery.

One guy at a Hooters in October clearly got the message about Lopez’s antipathy for Trump — and managed to “bait” the comedian into getting himself in trouble because of it, according to The Daily Wire.

The incident, which took place in mid-October, was caught on video obtained by TMZ. George had spent the week filming the movie “Walking with Herb.” As you can see … the guy was lying in wait for George when he started recording.

That’s when you hear the guy say, “Here comes my boy, George,” and then all hell breaks loose. You get a glimpse of George grabbing the back of the guy’s neck.

Previously, Lopez found himself right in front of Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame. After chatting up fans, George decided to unload his water bottle a la fake pee on Trump’s marker. It wasn’t the first anti-Trump ‘statement’ the star had made.

Lopez did a filthy segment in his HBO special to say, “F- Donald Trump, and F- you if you voted for him.” Another time Lopez suggested that Trump perform grotesque sexual acts on him. So yes, we’re pretty relieved to see karma striking him back, for once!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-n0x3f07W8

Law enforcement sources confirmed to Fox News that the actor and comedian was charged with misdemeanor battery over a clash that’s said to have occurred after he allegedly tried to fight the man who attempted to film him while in a Las Cruces Hooters.

Lopez was booed off the stage last year at a charity gala in Denver after his anti-Trump jokes fell flat with the crowd who had paid $5,000 to $100,000 for tables. One of the event’s largest donors, Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei, was sitting in the front row and asked Lopez to stop with the anti-Trump jokes.

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