A pro-Trump street artist that uses guerrilla tactics targeted Rep. Maxine Waters in his latest unorthodox creation on the streets of Los Angeles, California.
Photos of the art critique were shared widely on social media.
The artist SABO’S idea of a horror movie villain is a black woman in congress. A Los Angeles billboard for the Hall… https://t.co/rFcatygs9o— Stone (@Stone)1540007209.0
“Did a great Maxine Waters/ Halloween mashup, billboard takeover hit last night," said the artist on a Facebook post.
He added photos of his work, which involved replacing the head of the horror antagonist of the latest iteration of the popular Halloween movie franchise. Over the face of the Michael Myers characters, the artist added an image of Maxine Waters.
"This is how we [strike] back," he added. "Play dirty.”
Not everyone thought that it was appropriate, including many on the left who were offended by the characterization.
This is not the first time Sabo has used billboards to mock the left. One of his more popular hits was in October 2017 when he mocked "crybaby" Jimmy Kimmel for his left-wing advocacy on his late night talk show.