This week, Stormy Daniels was arrested for touching a patron at a strip club, which is illegal in Columbus, Ohio.
By the way, we're not talking "touching," as in, grazing someone's hand as they pass $1 bills to her (because let's face it, she's not getting tens or twenties.) It was for "motorboating." (Click here at your own risk for the definition...)
That teenager at the Texas Whataburger restaurant who was verbally assaulted by a Trump-hater and whose hat was stolen has received a mighty fine form of recompense:
None other than Donald Trump Jr. retweeted about the assault, and added, "If someone can get me this young man's information I'll get him a new #maga hat...SIGNED by #potus!!!"
Promises made, promises kept: The hat was delivered and received by the young man...
George Lopez, who used to be a comedian, just stooped to a new low, even by Hollywood standards.
In a symbolic gesture that his film crew caught on tape, Lopez held a water bottle to his crotch and pretended to urinate on President Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Though he never actually whipped out his biological weapon, the intent and insinuation was there.
Since the video was posted, Los Angeles Police Department has been bombarded by calls for his arrest. Technically, this wasn't public indecency or urinating in public, which happens a lot in this city anyway (because it's run by a bunch of commies.)
But I don't think there's a legal precedent for pretending to urinate...