UnsavoryAgents calls itself a "Republican art movement intended to show Los Angeles that art does not belong to the Left-Wing" and says its imagery is "politically minded, right-wing-centric, brutal, street level, and hard edge."
So you can probably imagine the kinds of hijinks the outfit was up to following the election of Republican Donald Trump to the presidency — and direct aim was taken at celebrities who promised to leave the United States if the unthinkable occurred.
With that, pedestrians in the City of Angels on Wednesday were treated to mock Sotheby’s ads for the disgruntled luminaries.
Jon Stewart talked of relocating to another planet upon news of a Trump victory. With his gig on "The Daily Show" over, he would seem to have plenty of time on his hands to pack:
Didn't Cher vow to move to Jupiter should Trump punch his ticket for the Oval Office? If only she could turn back time:
Samuel L. Jackson joked about heading to South Africa. Now it appears the joke is on him:
Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?
Although Amy Schumer backed out of her promise to head to the Great White North if Trump dominates:
Oh well. It's the thought that counts.
(H/T: The American Mirror)