As reported by Business Insider, a viral video has been making the rounds on Twitter, showing a man snatching a teenager's Make America Great Again (MAGA) hat, right before throwing a drink in his face. It would be nice to know who he is for someone to let him know his actions are not ok! Hours later the man wearing a maroon T-shirt was identified as Kino Jimenez, a temporary staff at the joint, who was sacked after the incident. As he headed toward the door, he said the hat will "go great" in his fireplace.
For Timms, who has run through Kansas City and Washington, DC - and who plans to head to Alaska for the same reason - the statement is also a personal one.
The incident was partially captured in a posted video that has since attracted attention online.
In a video that quickly went viral earlier this week, Jimenez is seen verbally assaulting a trio of 16-year-old boys in the fast-food restaurant. "I just think a conversation about politics is more productive for the entire whole rather than taking my hat and yelling subjective words to me". "You may not like the hat or you may not like the president, but you don't show that kind of aggression toward teenagers".
The teen has since said he would like to have a conversation with the man and "come to some sort of agreement or neutral ground", the Express-News said.
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At the time this story was written, the video had more than 1.4 million views.
"[Expletive] the President. You ain't supporting [expletive]", the man is heard saying in the video.
They added that no Whataburger employee was involved or witnessed the incident.
The president tweeted Waters had called for harm to his supporters, a claim Waters denies. Brad Parscale outdid Trump Jr., going as far as reaching out to Richard's friend that was present at the incident.