Street artist Sabo strikes the Left again, this time targeting everyone's favorite auntie: Maxine Waters, whom he's graciously given a starring role in one of the longest running franchises, "Halloween."
Ahead of the much-anticipated opening of the Jamie Lee Curtis-starring "Halloween" sequel, Sabo and his Unsavory Agents altered a massive billboard at Pico Boulevard in West Hollywood to give Waters some free but not so welcome publicity.
Adding the words "#UNCIVIL DEMOCRATS," Sabo switched out the knife-wielding Michael Myers' head for Waters' screaming face.
In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Sabo explained that the "uncivil" reference was a response to Waters' infamous call for Democrat activists to ramp up their personal harassment of members of the Trump administration.
"History will record while [President Trump] tried to step on all of us, we kicked him in his rear and stepped on him," she told a crowd in June. "If you think we’re rallying now, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Already, you have members of your cabinet that are being booed out of restaurants, who have protesters taking up at their house, who say, 'No peace, no sleep. No peace, no sleep.' And guess what? We’re going to win this battle because while you try and quote the Bible, Jeff Sessions and others, you really don’t know the Bible. God is on OUR side! On the side of the children. On the side of what’s right. On the side of what’s honorable. And so, let’s stay the course. Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up and if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere. Mr. President, we will see you ever day, every hour of the day, everywhere that we are to let you know you cannot get away with this!"
THR notes that since her call for more personal harassment of political figures, "several notable Republicans have been confronted in public places, including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, presidential senior adviser Stephen Miller and Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen."