Lopez ‘Sorry’ For Accepting Bounty To Assassinate Trump – ‘Too Little Too Late’

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George Lopez, the comedian and rabid hater of President Donald Trump, indicated to Iranian authorities that he would be happy to accept the job of assassinating the president. In fact, Lopez is now “apologizing” for claiming he would kill the president for a mere $40 million dollars after Iran placed an $80 million dollar bounty on Trump’s head. Well, poor George just found out it’s too little, too late. Don’t miss this.

President Donald Trump, George Lopez (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshot)

George Lopez is an angry D-list celebrity who finds himself in hot water after accepting Iran’s bounty to assassinate President Trump. Iranian authorities had recently put an $80 million dollar bounty on the president’s head, but according to Lopez, he’ll do it for $40 million instead.

“[Iranian] authorities have put a bounty on American President Donald Trump’s head during the televised funeral of General [Qasem Soleimani] after he was assassinated last week,” said Chicano Worldstar to Instagram. “What are your thoughts?”

“We’ll do it for half,” replied Lopez from his official Instagram account.

George Lopez has a documented history of promoting violence, specifically against Trump supporters.

In November of 2018, Lopez was charged with misdemeanor battery over an altercation with a man Lopez himself described as baiting him with “MAGA jokes.”

According to TMZ, Lopez “grabbed the back of the young man’s neck … a guy who had previously asked to take a pic with the comedian. The guy jabbed George with a Trump joke, and then all hell broke loose as George was on his way out.”

The next day police officers tracked Lopez down at a golf course (so much for being a man of the people). He was told he’d be receiving a court summons for misdemeanor battery.

The alleged victim said it was all just a joke, a way to get the comedian to smile.

“On the count of 3 say Make America Great Again!” was all the man says he said. As Lopez walks past the man, the video shows the altercation, which begins as Lopez tries to grab the man’s phone.

But that’s not all. 

During the 2016 election, Lopez tweeted out a photo of drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán holding up Trump’s severed head like a trophy with the caption: “Make America Great Again.”

Lopez so far has gotten away with his disgusting anti-Trump actions, but this time the Secret Service is saying “too little too late.” 

“The Secret Service is aware of the [post] made by Mr. Lopez. 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,” a White House spokesperson said in a statement.

It’s safe to assume the D-list celebrity has been contacted by the Secret Service and they don’t just make a phone call. Nope. We know another rabid Trump-hater, actor Tom Arnold, got a visit from Secret Service agents after he posted this tweet in October 2018: “I say put up or shut up @realDonaldTrump Me vs You. For America. First body slam wins. Any Rally. Any Time. Between now & the midterms.”

Arnold claimed they spent over an hour grilling him about how dangerous it was to make any type of threatening statement to the president and warning him that if he keeps it up they would have no choice but the prosecute him. We bet poor George is getting a pretty rude awakening. On Tuesday morning, Lopez tried to walk back his remarks.

Wow, we wonder what made him do that? 

After searing backlash online — “arrest George Lopez” was trending on Twitter on Monday — Lopez is walking back his comment, saying it was “a joke” according to a Fox News report. The Secret Service isn’t buying it. Lopez has a well-documented history of violence against Trump supporters and making threats against the president.

Pro-Trump comedian Terrence K. Williams was responsible for getting the “arrest George Lopez” hashtag trending.

PLEASE REPORT GEORGE LOPEZ George Lopez said he would assassinate President Trump for bounty money. We have a duty to report any threats or violence against the President, his family or anyone in his administration. PLEASE RT & tag @SecretService. Use #ArrestGeorgeLopez,” Williams posted which was retweeted 23 thousand times and had 37 thousand likes. 

George Lopez is a real piece of work. Back in 2004, many said Lopez wrecked his kidneys from drugs, however, he claimed he had a “genetic disorder.” His wife at the time, Ann, donated one of her kidneys to save his life. Then, a few years later he dumps his wife. Then, making matters worse, he is caught so drunk at a Canadian casino he is found passed out on the floor.

Here’s George Lopez drunk and passed out on the floor of a casino, desperately trying to burn out the kidney his wife gave him prior to him dumping her. #ArrestGeorgeLopez,” tweeted “R.A.” 

George Lopez is an angry snowflake who can’t stand that 63 million Americans voted to make Donald Trump the president of the United States.

We all know you don’t “joke” about assassinating anyone, let alone POTUS. And assassinating our president is not just a murder, but it also takes away the will of the American people. It seems like these unhinged Trump-haters are obsessed with nullifying our votes in any way possible.

George Lopez won’t be remembered at all. He will fade into obscurity along with all the other nutjobs in Hollywood who thought they knew best. In the end, Trump wins re-election, proving they knew nothing about what really made America great again.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.