- The Washington Times - Monday, August 29, 2016

The California street artist known as Sabo has covered Los Angeles in a new piece on Hillary Clinton titled, “First Female POTUS: Above the Law & Out of Touch.”

Sabo, who has a long history of covering the city in provocative street art, recently made headlines with a piece depicting Leonardo DiCaprio and Hillary Clinton in washing machines filled with “laundered” money. His commentary on corrupt nonprofit organizations has been followed up with 20 images of Mrs. Clinton, naked and adorned with tattoos.

“I noticed someone had been inspired by my [Ted] ‘Cruz’ style poster and created a pro-Hillary version. I wasn’t going to have any part of that. I had to respond with my own,” the artist said on his website. “This woman is a Saul Alinsky trained Beast who has zero regard for the unborn and the law. She’s all about the Benjamins, GRRRL POWER, and death. What’s she holding behind her back, a knife, a gun, the head of Bernie Sanders?”

Some of the tattoos on the Democrat’s visage include a bird flying out of its coop, coat hangers representing Mrs. Clinton’s support for abortion, and the word “eugenics” (a reference to Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger).

Sabo also captured headlines in March 2014 by posting an image of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Beverly Hills. “Ted Cruz’s SO-Cal Blacklisted & Loving It Tour” featured the senator as a shirtless, tattooed and muscular man with a cigarette in his mouth.

“Saw this, but noticed an error. So I wanted to make one thing clear: I don’t smoke cigarettes,” Mr. Cruz joked March 15, 2014.

• Douglas Ernst can be reached at dernst@washingtontimes.com.

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