(Gateway Pundit) – Street artist Scott Lobaido recently painted a thin blue line on the street in Staten Island in support of police officers.
Soon afterward a young, white, Black Lives Matter Marxist painted over his line because she was offended by his support for police.
On Friday Scott Lobaido joined Laura Ingraham to talk about his street art.
Lobaido told Laura he received a cease and desist from the New York City officials after his public support for the police.
Via The Ingraham Angle:
Flashback: Right-Wing Artist Unfurls Massive Banner Of Bill de Blasio Holding Lady Liberty’s Severed Head Over Staten Island Expressway
Right-wing artist and activist Scott LoBaido has unfurled a massive banner of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio holding Lady Liberty’s severed head over the Staten Island Expressway.
The giant banner is 20′ by 30′, or roughly the size of a large two car garage, and features de Blasio happily holding the bleeding head while rocking a Che Guevara shirt.
Unfurled at 4 pm today!20ftx30ft portrait of the king of assholes!Go big or go home!Fuk this jackhole!!
“Go big or go home!” LoBaido wrote on Facebook.
The New York Post reports that “while cops asked LoBaido to take the print down about an hour and a half after it went up, the controversial artist said he’s got plans to hang it elsewhere in the city in the future.”
Featured image credit: Scott Lobaido
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