Brute who stole teen’s MAGA hat, threw soda on him, arrested

Brute who stole teen’s MAGA hat, threw soda on him, arrested
Kimo Jimenez (Image: Twitter video screen grab)

Yes, Trump haters, there is a price for assaulting people whose politics you disagree with. According to My San Antonio, Kino Jimenez, the 30-year-old thug who snatched the Make America Great Again hat word by a 16-year-old at a Whataburger, threw the teen’s drink at him, and haughtily announced, “This will burn good, bitch!” was arrested yesterday.

… Jimenez was located by robbery task force detectives in Universal City, police said, and taken into custody on a warrant for theft of person.

In a video that made the rounds on the internet starting Wednesday, … Hunter Richard is seen eating with two friends at the Whataburger location at Nacogdoches Road and Thousand Oaks around 2 a.m. The video starts halfway through an altercation in which a man — suspected to be Jimenez — throws a drink in Richard’s face and is seen holding a “MAGA” hat that Richard later said was his.

Richard has said that the man approached the teen’s table, tore off Richard’s hat and asked why Richard was wearing it. When Richard responded that he supported President Donald Trump — with whom the hat is closely associated — he says the man threw a drink in Richard’s face and walked away with the hat.

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“You ain’t supportin’ sh*t, n*gger,” the man said while leaving.

According to Title 7, Chapter 31 of the Texas Penal Code, Jimenez is facing only a Class C misdemeanor, which applies to the theft of property, the value of which is less than $100. But if convicted, he will have a police record — if in fact he doesn’t already have one.

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