A conservative street artist prepared a special piece of artwork for protesters who gathered in Los Angeles for an anti-Trump march named the “United Against Hate Inauguration March.”
The artist, named Sabo, created posters in the style of the “24 Legacy” posters and scattered them in the area of the march, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Sabo’s rendition of the poster removed “24 Legacy” star Corey Hawkins and add Donald Trump in his place. He also changed the number 24 to 45, for Trump being the 45th President of the United States. But he did keep the catchphrase for the show “New Day, New Hero.”
In place of the word “Legacy” was “MAGA,” which stands for Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan.
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This is not the first time the artist has mocked Democrats.
In October 2014 Sabo made posters of Hillary Clinton as a flying monkey from “The Wizard of Oz.”
And after this year’s election, he mocked Democrats with “moving Day” posters.
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