George Lopez, booed off stage over anti-Trump jokes, slams crowd with insulting ‘apology’

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George Lopez had promised to leave the United States once Trump got elected. We’re waiting, George. (Image: screengrab)

Comedian George Lopez got booed off the stage at a charity event in Denver after making jokes about President Trump that fell flat.

Lopez then “apologized” for his lame jokes by insulting the audience with a race-baiting jab. The flap occurred last week at a posh charity gala to raise money for juvenile diabetes.

“Listen, it’s about the kids,” Lopez said (see video below). “I apologize for bringing politics to an event. This is America; it still is. So I apologize to your white privilege.”

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Denver is an extremely liberal city, so you would’ve thought the anti-Trump jokes would have connected with the crowd. But like the NFL kneelers and Hollywood leftists, Lopez doesn’t realize there’s a time and a place for politics. And a charity event for children is not it.

Moreover, Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei — a Trump supporter who had donated $250,000 to the event — had asked Lopez to not joke about Trump.

“[Maffei had asked Lopez] nicely to stop making Trump jokes,” an audience member told Page Six. “George doesn’t, continues, and gets booed.”

After falling flat with the audience, Lopez announced a video segment and then never returned to the stage.

This isn’t the first time Lopez has attacked the audience after one of his jokes flopped. In February 2017, he called a woman a “b*tch” and kicked her out of his show because she didn’t like his comedy routine (video below).

“Sit your f*ckin’ ass down! Sit your f*ckin’ ass down!” he yelled. “I’m talking, b*tch. You paid to see a show. So sit your f*cking ass down … I tell you what, I’ll make the choice for you. Get the f*ck out of here!”

Among the jokes the Mexican-American made at that performance was this racist jab: “There are only 2 rules in the Latino family: don’t marry somebody black and don’t park in front of our house.”

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In November 2016, Lopez promised he would leave the United States if Donald Trump got elected president. We’re waiting, George.

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Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a politics/lifestyle writer and a financial editor. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at @Samantha_Chang.
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