Sabo AWESOMELY Punked the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Bernie Sanders Concert

Shortly after trolling the Bernie Sanders art exhibition in Los Angeles, conservative street artist and provocateur Sabo made his presence known at the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert for the socialist candidate.

He put a video together of the event:

Here’s a poster of Sanders, Sabo-style:Bernie poster

And another one, pointing out the hypocrisy of the band’s frontman Anthony Kiedis:anthony

They dropped hundreds of flyers across the street from the venue:flyer dropflyers on the ground

Some were NOT amused:complaint

Flyers were also hung from the streetlamps in the area:free shitpunk

An exclusive-to-HausRules statement from the artist:

It bothers me how most every successful creative in Hollywood panders and pushes for left-wing authoritarians who’s only solution to every problem is to tax those who work hard to succeed.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have been multi-millionaires for decades now and here they are pushing for a life long politician whose goal is to make it harder for others to become as successful as they’ve become. … Thanks guys! TOOLS!!!

Hypocrisy and economic nonsense personified – brought to you by The Red Hot Chili Peppers and their hero, Bernie Sanders.

Sabo was a guest on my show – you can listen to the interview here.


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3 Comments on "Sabo AWESOMELY Punked the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Bernie Sanders Concert"

  1. Sabo seems an artist who knows so very little about how politics work, and seems unable to grasp just how unfavorably the entirety of the arts community has historically been treated by the right. Pranks are great, but this is not art and does not serve art. You have a poor collage job at the center of a prank, not high ranks for art. Has he really dedicated his s**tty ‘art’ to preserving a world where artists are treated like …s**t? F**k this guy.

    • lol you’re mad.

    • That’s a really unfortunate attitude. First off, who are you to judge what is and is not art? If we have space in ranks for people like, say, Andres Serrano, we have room for Sabo. Second of all, isn’t tho point of art to shock you, surprise you, make you think? If you agree, then Sabo has done that job on you surprisingly well. Lastly, just what does political affiliation have to do with this? He can’t express his opinion just as thousands of artists before him? Sure- artists do get treated poorly. Visionaries of all stripes are normally on the receiving end of scorn. But to pin that all on the right is a fabrication bordering on outright lie. You know it as do I.

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