Left Wing Comic George Lopez Catches Attention Of Secret Service For Perceived Threat Against Trump

Why are so many left wing entertainers so willing to risk their careers over their hatred of Trump?

This has happened multiple times over the last few years.

In this latest example, George Lopez made a really dumb joke which was also a threat against Trump.

The Daily Caller reports:

Secret Service ‘Aware’ Of George Lopez’s Threat Against Trump

The United States Secret Service is “aware” of an Instagram post from comedian George Lopez that many perceived as a threat on President Donald Trump’s life.

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“The Secret Service is aware of the [post] made by Mr. Lopez,” a U.S. Secret Service representative told the Daily Caller via a statement. “The Secret Service takes all threats against the President and or any of our protectees seriously, and as a matter of practice, we do not comment on matters involving protective intelligence.”

Lopez made the post Sunday night in response to a Chicano World Star post about a eulogist who called for an $80 million bounty on Trump’s head during the funeral of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, killed Thursday near a Baghdad airport by a U.S. drone strike.

“We’ll do it for half,” the comedian wrote, leading many to wonder if the detail in charge of protecting the president was aware of the statement.

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It wasn’t even funny, just dumb.

How many more times will this happen?


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