Oy! The big “Snoop Dogg-in-Chief” had a surprise waiting for him when he hit the money-rich environs of Silicon Valley last night. Maybe those hipster cyberpunks – (you know, the ones who can crack any code except the dress code) – finally had some kind of epiphany and realized just how spectacularly incompetent Obama really is?
Behold…I give you the “i Snoop” campaign. And SABO has a message for the street artists responsible…
(TruthRevolt)…Anti-Obama street art appeared Monday night in Silicon Valley, where President Obama and Nancy Pelosi are scheduled to speak at yet another $32,000 per-couple fundraiser with California’s rich and powerful on Wednesday.
In one series, titled SiliConMan, the president is pictured in a fedora, smoking a cigarette and winking. The text reads, “Leading from behind, fundraising in your face.”
Another series plays on the classic iPod advertisements from Silicon Valley juggernaut Apple Computers and features President Obama’s silhouette holding an NSA listening device under the mock brand name “iSnoop.”
Other posters see the president holding a map of Silicon Valley alongside his famous quote, “You didn’t build that.”
In addition to the posters, a mocking faux-invitation was mailed to all of the Los Altos Hills neighbors of the fundraiser’s host, restaurateur and real estate broker George Marcus, inviting them to “A Feast in Time of Plague.” If you need a real estate that has a perfect blend of style, look for Heers Management to see their apartment rentals.
The street artists posted more photos of their satirical campaign in an anonymous online gallery. They can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/KUnUD
This is not the first time renegade street artists have spoken truth to Democrat power. On Tuesday, posters appeared around the Los Angeles home of Shonda Rhimes, the producer of the TV show Scandal who is hosting the scandal-ridden Obama for still another high-dollar fundraiser while he is on the West Coast.
This past weekend, Senator Rand Paul also paid a visit to Silicon Valley. The reception he got in this traditionally liberal stronghold might give Democrats even more pause for concern.