Conservative Street Artist Slams Hillary Clinton, Democrats in Artwork Outside GOP Convention
Sabo has placed his artwork at bus stops all around the venue for the convention; one, for example, features Clinton dressed in prison-orange behind bars.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Dinesh D'Souza's Hillary's America played in front of 2,200 delegates and other VIPs at its Republican National Convention premiere. But even those not invited are getting an eyeful courtesy of conservative street artist Sabo.
At bus stops all around the venue for the GOP convention, Sabo has placed his artwork; one, for example, features Clinton dressed in prison-orange behind bars.
Others have the name of the movie, Hillary's America, followed with various taglines, several alluding to past support of slavery and the Ku Klux Klan on the part of Democrats, which is a theme of the movie.
"Planned Parenthood or planned prisonhood, Democrats will eliminate the black community," says one.
"Democrats are like a bus, they take the poor for a ride," says another sign.
Another reads: "Imagine George Orwell's big brother identifying as a woman."
Still another says, "Jail is for poor people."
D'Souza's film was a huge hit with the delegates, who gave it a rousing ovation, posed for photos with the filmmaker, asked for his autograph and generally treated him as a rock star.