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.
In July, footage of Jimenez's assault of 16-year-old Hunter Richard was posted online and quickly went viral. The footage went so viral, in fact, that the oldest Trump son, Donald Jr., publicly commented on the despicable harassment and arranged for Richard to receive a new "MAGA" hat signed by President Trump.
"F*** the president. You ain’t supporting s***, n****," screamed Jimenez, seen snatching Richard's MAGA hat and throwing a large drink in the teen's face. "B**** a** motherf***er!"
The show of strength continued, "This is gonna go great in my f***ing fireplace, b****!"
Soon after the video hit the media, Jimenez was fired from his part-time security job at local nightclub Rumble.
"It came to our attention earlier this evening that a part-time employee was captured on cell phone video assaulting another person at a local eatery. The assault took place, presumably, because this employee did not agree with the other individuals political stance," wrote Rumble in a Facebook post obtained by The Daily Wire. "We have since terminated this employee, as his actions go against everything that this establishment stands for."
"Rumble has, and always will be, a bar that is as inclusive as any establishment could possibly be. THIS BAR IS A SAFE SPACE FOR EVERYONE! No matter your race, creed, ethnicity, sexual identity, and political stance, you are welcomed here!" the post added. "We do not condone the actions or behavior that were displayed in the cell phone video, and we never will."
The attacker is currently out on bond and trial is set for October 19.
Prior to the assault, Jimenez racked up misdemeanor offenses for marijuana possession and driving while intoxicated on his criminal record, notes My San Antonio. Still, Jimenez is eligible for probation or deferred adjudication if convicted.