The LA street artist known as Sabo, who is a Donald Trump supporter has lined the streets where protests are taking place with posters that are driving the liberals right out of their ever loving minds.
One of my favorites is his modified poster for “24” the hit show they are bringing back.
A conservative street artist famous for lampooning liberal Hollywood is celebrating the inauguration of President Donald Trump at an anti-Trump rally Friday in Los Angeles using faux posters of Fox’s revival of the hit TV show 24.
The artist, who goes by the pseudonym Sabo, is also attacking a bunch of musicians scheduled to perform at an anti-Trump rally, also in Los Angeles.
Protesters gathered Friday in and around L.A. City Hall and L.A. Live — an entertainment area near the Staples Center where NBA’s Lakers and NHL’s Kings play — for something called “United Against Hate Inauguration March,” where Sabo posted several fake advertisements for 24: Legacy.
In Sabo’s version, though, an image of the TV show’s star, Corey Hawkins, has been replaced by one of Trump. The text, “New Day, New Hero” remains, but “24” has been replaced by “45,” a reference to Trump becoming the 45th president of the United States. The word “legacy” is replaced by “MAGA,” a reference to Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
“I am a political artist first, and it’s my duty to keep Trump’s and other politicians’ feet to the fire, something most left-wing artists have forgotten. They are Democrats before they are artists,” Sabo told The Hollywood Reporter.
Sabo spent several hours peppering Los Angeles with his artwork, finishing before the sun rose Friday morning. Many of the posters will likely stay where they are throughout much of inauguration day as authorities (and the targeted entertainers) will find it a time-consuming task to remove them all. Protesters, though, were seen defacing some of Sabo’s easier-to-reach artwork by midday.
“To see so many Hollywood elites lose their minds is a pleasure,” Sabo said. “I no longer see entertainers, I see left-wing soldiers doing their part in indoctrinating those they entertain. Hollywood is dead to a great portion of America these days.”