George Lopez did not hide his feelings about President Donald Trump with his last post on social media.
In the midst of the ongoing immigration debate, former host Lopez Tonight aimed his target at the president's family. The comedian and former sitcom star posted an animation on his Instagram account with Trump's former wife Ivana and his current wife Melania, who were classified as immigrants, while his children were all classified as "anchor babies".
The entire group also wore sombreros in a gross photoshoppt.
The picture is in the midst of the ongoing debate over the border and the immigration struggle in Washington.
Yet for many, Lopez crossed the line when he put humor into Trump's youngest son Barron in his crosshairs. Just do not think that the criticism will be too much for him.
Many online fans blew up the comedian for taking Barron to the post and expressed the feelings of the past, in which some had the impression that the president's young son was "taboo".
"A tough guy like you, the only thing a tough guy like you is going to do to beat someone's kid?" An angry response stood in Lopez's mail.
"Barron Trump, a kid, is for you & # 39; fair play & # 39; another asked. "Let your mouth wander over Trump's little boy and it will be ugly !!"
TMZ caught up with Lopez after his post went online and asked him what he thinks of Barron Trump being a fair game. His answer corresponded to many who were inspired by the stalemate with the immigration.
"Is it fair to throw children into cages? They are children," Lopez told TMZ's cameraman. "You know what we can all agree on, is it that no one is from here? Immigration has always been a problem and will continue to be a problem, but targeting only Latinos is not good."
Lopez then became Asked what he thinks about Trump's latest raid on Iranian foreign policy: TMZ asked if he deserved to cancel a planned bombing.
Trump increased his use this week for the immigration debate, by announcing an upcoming ICE raid across the country with the aim of collecting 2,000 illegal immigrants, the death of several migrant children and an online debate about whether the centers are considered concentration camps.