Sabo, street artist and former US marine uses politically incorrect art to target the left, whom he believes are “pot-smoking lazy bums” hostile to western values. According to Sabo, “ leftism is a mental disorder…and Republicans are the new punk…I’m pretty much the only right-winger doing guerrilla art. I’m like patient zero, the first one doing this on our side.” ”
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From The Guardian:
Under cover of darkness, he peppers public spaces in LA with images and slogans targeting liberals, whom he associates with “pot-smoking lazy bums” hostile to western values. He puts the same images and slogans on posters, T-shirts and pins which he sells from his website and at Republican party gatherings across the US.
“I think leftism is a mental disorder,” Sabo, 49, said in an interview at his home. “I truly believe I’m fighting the good fight.”
The fight is proving lucrative. After a decade of inflammatory guerrilla art which yielded little money or recognition, Sabo is on a roll plastering images of Donald Trump, and most recently Milo Yiannopoulos, across LA.
In a city thrumming with opposition to the president, the artist is part of the resistance to the resistance, a figure feted in Republican circles who appears on Fox News, Breitbart, the Blaze and other conservative media outlets. No longer behind on his rent or scrounging to buy a burger, he has bought a $7,000 industrial-size printer which fills a corner of his apartment.
“Republicans are the new punk,” said Sabo, echoing a slogan on his T-shirt also adorned with an image of Trump in a three-piece suit, looking rather rakish, giving the finger. “I’m pretty much the only right-winger doing guerrilla art. I’m like patient zero, the first one doing this on our side.”
The gutless wonders of the left! Imagine if this was done to Barack Obama, this nutty professor Thomas Chung would be gone by now, groveling and weeping at every stinky liberal feet he could find asking for forgiveness.
Professor Thomas Chung, who made the painting, said he was initially hesitant to submit the painting for a faculty art show out of concern that it would make some students feel uncomfortable, but ultimately decided to display it in hopes of starting a conversation about his opposition to Trump.