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Conservative Artist Sabo Mocks Oscars with Satirical Posters


"All those a******* make are unwatchable movies from unreadable books." 

Late Thursday night, Conservative street artist Sabo placed a multitude of large posters, some bearing this quote from Quentin Tarantino's True Romance throughout Hollywood, Brentwood, and Westwood. Sabo is famous for his work that attacks left-wing politics, and was an active Ted Cruz supporter during the 2016 election. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sabo plastered posters all over the swanky celeb-filled neighborhoods of L.A., and even created fake Redbox replicas adorned with faux-advertisements such as "Yeah! We wouldn't have paid full price to watch any Oscar nominated movie either!"

Sabo believes the Redbox piece to be his "representation of the discounting of Hollywood." Sabo also says he's unimpressed with modern movie-making, and is enraged by the outspoken liberal bias found in Hollywood.

"I'm pissed off at Hollywood and it's outspoken liberal actors enough to not want to spend what a theater asks, and that is my way of keeping as much of my money from going into Hollywood's pockets," Sabo said.

Sabo garnered his initial following for his 2014 "abortion Barbie" piece, a fake advertisement showing Texas politician Wendy Davis as an "abortion Barbie" toy. In 2016, Soba iconically portrayed Ted Cruz as a mean-looking, tattooed cigarette-smoker, who was "blacklisted" by the establishment.

Sabo's fake posters usually stay up a mere 24 hours before being removed.

Let's hope they stay up in time for Sunday's Oscar show.





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