SABO STRIKES: Notorious street artist dunks on Biden in LA
Conservative guerilla artist Sabo pulled off an epic win against Joe Biden this week, poking fun at the Democratic presidential candidate’s “You ain’t black” quip.
The ex-Marine turned political lampoonist, in the dead of night, transformed a backboard on a Los Angeles public basketball court into a billboard with a looming image of Biden, the basketball goal still intact, daring hoopsters with the following taunt: “Make this shot or you ain’t black.”
Sabo’s latest “woke of art” references Biden’s comment on syndicated radio show host Charlamagne Tha God’s show in May, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
Pulled It Off In 20 Minutes
Biden’s remark spurred outrage among African Americans of all political perspectives as racist and an example of the Democratic party’s taking for granted the black vote.
“I got this idea I thought would make Joe Biden look like an a**hole,” Sabo explained on Facebook. “I pulled it off in about 20 minutes,” he said, “because this might be a dangerous location crawling with homeless and violent drug addicts.”
Still, the Venice Beach court had to be the place. “Street basketball is like a religion there. The move White Man Can’t Jump was filmed there,” he said.
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Sabo, whose real name is Dennis Ray Lewis, has earned the ire of Hollywood, Silicon Valley and politicians for years, skewering Pedowood, the Google Gulag, Governor Gruesome, among others.
In recent weeks, he plastered San Francisco with Blow Me Pelosi posters, referencing the Speaker’s SalonGate hypocrisy, and Los Angeles with Cops and Kooks signs, showcasing Kamala Harris dressed as a policewoman in shorts and Biden as a nude perp, save for, thankfully, a strategically placed PPE mask. More at Sabo’s site: UnsavoryAgents.com
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