A teen was allegedly verbally attacked and assaulted for wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat at a Whataburger outlet off Nacogdoches Road and Thousand Oaks, San Antonio, on Tuesday night. He told WOAI that the MAGA hat in the video was stolen from him by a man who ripped it off his head, tearing out some of Richard's hair, before throwing a drink at him.
The incident happened at a Whataburger fast food restaurant in San Antonio, Texas on Independece Day, with the clip beginning after the aggressor has snatched Hunter Richard's hat.
The teenager said he supports President Trump and those who don't like it should "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 words to me'. He captioned the post, "So went out for a 2am snack and my friend (wearing a MAGA hat) had his hat stolen and a drink thrown in his face (and mine, you can see my arms on the left of the video)".
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Richard was at the restaurant with some friends, who said that the attack occurred without any provocation.
Richard's mother posted a video of the video on Facebook in a post that has since been made private. A police report was filed and police are investigating, but there has been no report of charges yet. Spittler reportedly wrote in her Facebook post.
'Real tough guy... approaches a group of teenagers minding their own business just having a burger! It racked up more than two million views before being removed or hidden, according to KENS 5.
The 30-year-old Jimenez was sacked by his employer, Rumble San Antonio - which they wrote about in a now-deleted Facebook post, as reported by Heavy. Rumble officials claimed the man has been fired because his actions "go against everything that this establishment stands for". "He kept his hat, too".