MAGA Hat Thief Gets NASTY Surprise At Preliminary Court Hearing

There was a time in our great nation, believe it or not, in which Americans could have a civil political conversation with one another.

Heck, there are still pockets of sanity left out there today, where reasonable discussions still occur. The problem is that these long form versions of “news” just don’t ring the same financial bells for the mainstream media. For decades, these megalithic media miscreants have shape the news into a product that is easily monetized and weaponized, allowing those who pay for advertising revenue hold the entire deck of cards at all times.

This has led to a mass radicalization of the liberal left, with a number of cretinous creatures even resorting to assault, theft, and bigotry in order to prove their pedantic point.

Such was the certainly the case weeks ago, when a young, off-duty bartender was caught on camera harassing a Trump supporter in a fast food restaurant. At the end of the confrontation, the young conservative’s Make America Great Again hat was stolen, and our victims was wearing an entire soda thanks to his assailant’s catty and bratty move.

Now, however, the last laugh appears to be providing some karmic justice for us, as the antagonist in our tale has received word of just how long he could be behind bars for.

Remember that brave 30-year-old man who assaulted a teenage boy in a Whataburger restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, for the crime of wearing a pro-Trump “Make America Great Again” hat? Yeah, he’s been indicted for theft — since the attacker stole the boy’s “MAGA” hat after cursing him out and throwing a drink in his face — and is facing up to two years behind bars.

As President Donald Trump might say: Sad!

“Kino Jimenez was indicted Wednesday on a charge of theft of person, which is a state jail felony. He was located in Universal City in July by San Antonio police robbery task force detectives who took him into custody on an arrest warrant,” reports My San Antonio.

While the final sentence will be up to the adjudicating officer of the court, there is no doubt that Jimenez will think twice before committing another shallow act of political bigotry.

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