SABO unleashes massive street art hit ahead of Clooney fundraiser – Joe Biden’s shower scene is OMG!

Proving once again that Hollywood and the Democratic Party are perpetually intertwined, fundraising efforts have taken on new life as the 2024 election looms closer.

And who better to troll the leftists in Washington and Tinsel Town than conservative street artist Sabo who unleashed his edgy images ahead of this weekend’s fundraiser where late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel will interview President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama. A sign promoting Kimmel became the backdrop for one of Sabo’s attention-getting illustrations, this time a “Stop” sign with one of the many images of Biden super-close to a young girl.

(Images: Courtesy of Sabo)

Actress Julia Roberts and George Clooney are also expected to attend the star-studded June 15 fundraiser. However, there were evidently some concerns that he would be a no-show following a reported call to the White House because of his wife.

Sabo’s stealth ’embellishments’ to existing ads and structures never fail to capture attention and reaction.

Sabo. whose work is available for purchase on, is a frequent and vocal critic of Biden, Democrats, and the established liberal cult in Hollywood, He employs culture jamming to disrupt and subvert what he believes is a pervasive leftist narrative in today’s creative arts and media culture. Sabo’s galleries are the billboards, ad instillations, and surfaces found on the streets of Los Angeles.

In the latest round of art, Sabo adorned benches, bus tops, and more with fake ads aimed right at the heart of the Biden regime. A jab at BIden featured a take on a Bed Bath & Beyond ad harkening back to claims in the diary belonging to the president’s daughter, Ashley Biden. The diary entries included one in which she described showering with her father when she was a young girl.

Sabo adorned a bus shelter and a nearby bench with the shower poster, giving passers-by plenty to contemplate.

In keeping with the theme of the upcoming fundraiser, Sabo took a playful spin with George Clooney’s character of Dr. Doug Ross in the 1990s medical drama series “ER.”

“Trump Derangement Syndrome,” the poster reads. “It’s real and many suffer but there’s help.”

“If you or a loved one suffers from TDS eat two d**ks and call this number,” the sensational fake ad reads.

The number included in the artwork appears to belong to The Abbey Food & Bar, a gay bar in West Hollywood.

Sabo did not spare Clooney’s wife, a British-Lebanese human rights lawyer who was recently part of a panel advising the International Criminal Court which issued arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar over alleged war crimes.

The court’s move was denounced by the Biden administration with President Joe Biden calling it “outrageous” in a statement that reportedly prompted a call from George Clooney to the White House.

“Looney Clooney Is The Bomb,” read the poster featuring an image of Amal Clooney.

The Academy Award-winning actor donated $500,000 to Biden’s campaign in 2020 and reportedly spoke with Steve Ricchetti, counselor to the president, over the reaction to the ICC’s call for arrests.

Worries that Clooney may not show up to the fundraiser were disputed by the Biden campaign and Sabo continued to ‘advertise’ for the event in his colorful artwork.

Not to be forgotten in the trove of anti-Biden artwork was a stop-in-your-tracks image of the Biden men, the president, his brother and son decked out in skimpy attire.

And finally, a riveting portrait of the “Fortunate First Son” Hunter Biden, characterized as “Above the Law.”

Sabo’s name is a pseudonym derived from the “SABOT” round fired from the M-60 series main battle tank that he crewed in the Marine Corps. The political guerrilla artist has also created other masterpieces that serve as tribute to conservative figures such as the late Rush Limbaugh.

He lovingly created an homage to the conservative radio king titled “MahaRushi,” The labor of love took on a life of its own when he asked fans to contribute to the piece, and the evolving project was documented on video as he melded cigar bands into the finished group tribute.

“Every morning, for three hours, with half his brain tied behind his back and talent on loan from God, Rush was able to make something as dry as politics understandable and entertaining for millions of people across the fruited plain,” Sabo recalled. “A true virtuoso in his field comparable to Jordan on the court, Tyson in the ring, Brady on the gridiron or Tiger on the green … Rush was our GOAT, there was no equal and he made it look easy.”


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