George Lopez ‘Pees’ On Trump’s Hollywood Star, Realizes His Big Mistake Too Late

In a video, comedian George Lopez “pees” on President Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This turned out to be a big mistake, though, which Lopez only realized after it was already too late.

Comedian George Lopez pretends to pee on President Donald Trump’s Hollywood star. (Photo Credit: Screen Capture/TMZ/Twitter)

TMZ has released a video of comedian George Lopez pretending to pee on President Trump’s Hollywood star, reporting, “George Lopez gave Donald Trump’s Hollywood star his version of the No. 1 treatment … unleashing a massive fake pee stream all over it. The comedian — who has made no bones about his beef with the Prez — was in Hollywood Tuesday and coincidentally 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.”

Former television host George Lopez simulated urinating on President Donald Trump’s Hollywood Star in a video published online Wednesday.

Surrounded by a handful of friends, Lopez pretended to pee on President Trump’s Hollywood Star in Los Angeles Tuesday evening by placing a water bottle near his crotch and pouring the contents onto the plaque while grimacing. [Source: Breitbart]

If Lopez was hoping this would earn him some good publicity, his dreams were dashed by the good people of Twitter, who couldn’t wait to let him know their true feelings.

Of course, this is not the first time Lopez has pulled an anti-Trump stunt. Late last year, the comedian was booed offstage at a juvenile diabetes event in Denver over an anti-Trump routine that fell flat with the crowd. The event, where tables were sold for $5,000 and up, appeared to be a disaster. An attendee commented on a YouTube video that “George was asked nicely to stop making Trump jokes by a man in the front row who just donated $250K.” But “George doesn’t, continues. Gets booed.”

The 57-year-old also made headlines in June for selling a jacket with messages that read “keep the kids” but “deport the racist” in protest of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy. The proceeds from the coat, inspired by first lady Melania Trump’s Zara jacket with the slogan “I really don’t care, do u?” allegedly went to far-left advocacy groups fighting for the “rights” of illegal aliens in the U.S.

Before the 2016 presidential election, Lopez said he believed Trump had a real chance of winning the White House. “There’s enough racists in this country for him to get elected,” he said. Then, Lopez was asked after Trump beat Hillary Clinton whether he would reconsider his hate for the president-elect. “I’ll give him a chance to suck my ass,” the comedian said dismissively.

That same year, Lopez made headlines for sharing a violent illustration depicting Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán holding the head of a decapitated Trump. The meme was captioned, “Make America Great Again!”

None of these shenanigans seem to have helped Lopez’s faltering career, though. In fact, the more outspoken he becomes in his liberal political activism, the less successful he appears to be in his professional life. Lopez has been the star of a handful of since-canceled TV programs that have failed to take off past their first few seasons: the late-night talk show Lopez Tonight and sitcoms George Lopez, Saint George, and Lopez.

Some people just never learn. George Lopez is well on his way to the D-list with other washed-up comedians like Kathy Griffin, yet he continues to needlessly bash the president. Perhaps he should focus on getting a show to last more than one season. The majority of Americans are very happy with the job Donald Trump is doing. We’re paying lower taxes, more jobs are available, and America is once again respected on the world stage. The only person Lopez is hurting is himself.

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