Conservative Street Artist Sabo Crashes Anti-Trump Art Show

"MINE WAS THE ONLY REAL PUNK ART THERE.”

Sabo — the conservative LA street artist — crashed a Trump-bashing art exhibition Saturday night, unveiling his own work to a shocked crowd.

Left-wing artist Shepard Fairey, known for his viral 2008 “Hope” poster of Barack Hussein Obama, was debuting his new, anti-Trump exhibit “Damaged” to an adoring crowd. The event was the artist’s biggest to date, utilizing a bevy of media including painting, sculpting, printmaking, and collage. The leftist’s “We the People” series was created in response to President Trump.

According to Fairey, at a press conference Friday for the show:

“The state of our society is damaged…I know it sounds pretty dire, but acknowledging that we need to do better is the first step.”

Sabo wasn’t impressed. He tweeted Sunday:

"MINE WAS THE ONLY REAL PUNK ART THERE.” 

The conservative said his MAGA flag was removed after about half an hour. "SABO SAD," he wrote. "MAGA - MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!”

Fairey — averse to “the underpinnings of the capitalist machine” — hypocritically enjoys its financial rewards. “I critique capitalism,” he said Friday, adding, “Yes, I am selling prints, but yes I am also giving some away.” Maybe he should give them all away. To Sabo. I'm sure he could make some ideological improvements.       

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