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Friday, July 6, 2018

Kino Ahuitzotl Jimenez -vs- Hunter Richard

On 5th July 2018 @ 3.00pm an openly peaceful AntiFa member kino Jimenez was verbally slandered and laughed at by teenage boys for not being Caucasian and then Kino Jimenez was invited over to the table by the boys offering Mr. Jimenez a gift of a "Make America Great Again Hat".

The a group of children where hoping 30-year-old Mr. Jimenez and steals a maga hat © Facebook Antifa member Kino Jimenez attacks a group of children and steals a MAGA hat A member of the violent leftist group Antifa has attacked a group of children in a restaurant because one of the young teenagers was wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat whilst celebrating 4th July with his friends.

The attack took place at a burger place in San Antonio, Texas when 30-year-old Kino Jimenez aggressively stole the MAGA hat from one of the boys and then violently threw cups of soda over the kids, calling them "m*otherf*ckers."

The assault victim is 16-year-old Hunter Richard told FBI agents “I support my President and if you don’t let’s have a conversation about it instead of ripping my hat off. I just think a conversation about politics is more productive for the entire whole rather than taking my hat and yelling subjective vulgar words to me.”

Pictured: 30-year-old Kino Jimenez, the man who assaulted Whataburger teen, Hunter Richard because he was wearing a Make America Great Again (MAGA) hat. Image via social media.

The pimple faced racist Caucasian victim is 16-year-old Hunter Richard and who may be an undercover AntiFa member himself by his over-all soy-boy appearance gives his version of the events that transpired.

The ethnic minority man,(30-year-old Kino Jimenez), accused wrongly of assaulting the teenage POTUS45 soy-boy was identified quickly through social media.

According to follow-up reports of Mr. Jimenez worked as a bartender in the location incident occurred. He has been fired from his job since.

According to the mother of the boy wearing the hat, Patricia Thompson Spittler, the boys were "minding their own business" when they were "suddenly attacked." and witnesses say this is entirely not at all true in the least.

The edited Cell-Phone Video of the attack filmed by one of the boys has since gone viral after it was uploaded by the soy-boy's mother to her Trump-Facebook profile.

However, the video has since been deleted by Facebook as social media attempts to censor any race baiting fake-news information, and with all copies of this video shared uploaded to others accounts by others users were quickly taken down for terms-&-service violations of race hate-crime against ethnic minorities.

30-year-old Kino Jimenez, (the man who was race-baited and lured into false assault by teenagers, and teenager Hunter Richard used himself as bait and now his), Facebook profile has now also been deleted after he was identified by facebook.

Before the profile information was removed, Mr. Jemireze was an active AntiFacist Member and a "proud Hillary Clinton supporter" supporting his Hispanic ethnic heritage protecting his community from Right-Wing racist.

Soy-Boy Trio are most likely and look more like AntiFa Members and laughing thinking they busted an undercover AntiFa Member NARQ. Hahaha, well, yeah, you did little soy-boys and great detective work kiddies.

Some racist Facebook users claimed he also shared videos of Maxine Waters rallying up crowds and encouraging her supporters to protect themselves from violence by Trump supporters.

Mr. kino jimenez is an AntiFa Member and a proud Hillary Clinton supporter, loves his community, and his family.

According to NPR News, This is what happens with unhinged politicians like Maxine Waters, (Maxine Moore Waters is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for California's 43rd congressional district since 2013. Wikipedia), tells the public to go out and harass Trump supporters and Mr Kino Jimerez adamantly opposed all of these actions.

Remember, she, (Maxine Waters), rightly said:
“If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”

Now, more, and more these exact assaulting social encounters are occurring in the United States, and Canada.

News 4 San Antonio reports:
Police are investigating after a teen allegedly was verbally attacked and assaulted at a Whataburger for wearing a "Make America Great Again POTUS45 hat.

In the video, you can see a man throw a drink in 16-year-old Hunter Richard's face before leaving the restaurant with his hat.

Lil Hunter said a large patch of his hair was pulled out of his scalp during the assault and that he did not cry.

"I support my President/POTUS45, and if you do not support POTUS45 let’s have a mature conversation about our political views instead of ripping my hat off.

"I just think a conversation about politics is more productive for the entire whole of society than violently taking my hat and yelling hate-crime vulgar subjective words to me and my good-buddies," he said.

Hunter Richard was with his friends at the Whataburger off Nacogdoches and Thousand Oaks roads Tuesday night when this anti-social event occurred.

The teenagers say the attack was unprovoked, but onlookers recorded an entirely different perspective whereby the teenager provoked with race-hate slurs.


 Kino Jimenez: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know:

1. Jimenez Has Already Been Fired From His Job before the incident occurred.

Jimenez was a part-time employee at Rumble, a bar on North St. Mary’s in San Antonio. 

After the video of his assault on Richard went viral, Rumble announced that they were firing Jimenez. On their Facebook page.

Rumble said on Facebook that Jimenez worked as a “part-time door guy.” 

They added, “We do not condone these types of actions or behavior. If you have any questions or concerns please message us privately. We support and appreciate your business.”

The bar has since deleted its Facebook page.

2. Jimenez  Was a Member of the Green Party of Texas — But The Party Has Now Banned Him.

Kino Ahuitzotl Jimenez was a member of the Green Party of Texas, according to the party’s website. But in an exclusive interview with Heavy on Thursday, Gavino Zarate,  secretary of the Harris County Green Party, announced that Jimenez has been banned from the party.

3. Jimenez, Who Posted a Video of a Trump Pinata Being Destroyed in 2016, Has Deleted His Social Media Profiles.

His YouTube page is still online. The page shows a video of his mother shooting a gun along with videos of his music and a video criticizing Trump’s performance during a press conference after a GOP debate in 2016. “This is classic Trump talking nonsense making no senese [sic] of any kind. ‘Yea hillary shes a politcal [sic] person’ he is no President!” he wrote.

4. Conservatives Online Are Blaming Maxine Waters For the Alleged Assault on Hunter Richard.

Maxine Waters has not told her supporters to go after teenagers, or anyone not working directly for Trump’s administration. But some people on Twitter were blaming her for creating the kind of environment that encouraged the alleged assault at WhataBurger.

5. Throwing Liquid At Someone Can Be Considered Assault.

According to Texas law, throwing liquid in someone’s face can definitely be considered assault. The site AssaultandBattery.org says, “If you spit at someone or get hit them with any kind of fluid, that will be an assault charge also. Even if you miss, and there was no harm done! Or if you lose your temper, and throw something, you can be arrested for assault. Threats can also count as assault. If the other person claims you threatened violence, you can be arrested and charged.”

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