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Street Artist Trolls Anti-Trump Celebs with Fake Realtor Advertisements

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Conservative street artist and provocateur Sabo is poking fun at Hollywood celebrities who have threatened to leave the country in the wake of Donald Trump’s successful election by posting fake “moving sale” realtor posters at locations around Los Angeles.

The posters — photos of which were posted to the prankster’s social media accounts throughout the week — feature portraits of both the Republican candidate and celebrities like Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and former late-night host Jon Stewart, who have vowed to leave the U.S. in the event of Trump’s victory.

“Moving to Jupiter Election Day Sale,” reads the caption on a poster targeting pop icon Cher, who wrote on Twitter earlier this year that she would leave the planet if Trump won.

Other signs take aim at The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg and actresses Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer.

Sabo has steadily put up pro-Donald Trump artwork all over southern California in the months leading up to the election. In August, the street artist took aim at Clinton and high-profile Democratic supporter Leonardo DiCaprio with a series of money laundering-themed posters put up around Los Angeles. The artist also previously skewered Clinton by depicting her as the green ogre Shrek from the popular animated film of the same name.

Celebrities have had a particularly rough time after Clinton’s stunning loss Tuesday night, with many posting heartfelt messages on social media as the election appeared to be turning Trump’s way.

A number of celebrity Democrats including Barbra Streisand, Samuel L. Jackson, Jon Stewart and George Lopez have vowed in recent months to leave the country in protest of Trump’s election, though at least one star who said she would leave, singer Miley Cyrus, congratulated Trump for his victory in a tearful video posted to her Twitter page Wednesday.

 

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