George Lopez Tweets Gruesome Photo of El Chapo Beheading Trump


Comedian George Lopez tweeted an image that shows Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán holding the severed head of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

On Feb. 27, the Mexican-American actor and comedian, who has been a vocal critic of Trump’s candidacy, tweeted a gruesome photo showing the infamous drug lord standing on a mound of human skulls and money carrying Trump’s head.

The image included Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan.

After a Twitter user gave Lopez a taste of his own medicine in the form of a photoshopped image showing Trump as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator character carrying Lopez’s head, the comedian fired back with a vulgar response.

“F—k you,” wrote Lopez.

Making no mention of his Trump/El Chapo tweet, Lopez shared the Terminator image on Super Tuesday, so as to present himself a victim of hate-tweeting by Trump’s supporters.

He then urged his followers to get out and vote for democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders:

Last July, Lopez led a chant of  “Donald Trump … F—k that puto!” at a show in Phoenix, Arizona.

The star of two cancelled sitcoms and an ill-fated talk show added: “This country is better with Latinos in it.”

A month later, Lopez included a joke about Trump’s hair in a tweet regarding El Chapo’s escape from a maximum security Mexican prison, and Minnesota dentist and big game hunter Walter Palmer:

Palmer attracted international outrage after he shot and killed Cecil the lion while hunting in Zimbabwe last July.


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