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Is that you, Sabo?

Liam Nee­son, Irish guy turned Hol­ly­wood star of gun-​held thrillers, fired a shot for U.S. gun con­trol fol­low­ing the Char­lie Hebdo attacks in Paris,

There’s too many [exple­tive] guns out there,” he con­tin­ued. “Espe­cially in Amer­ica. I think the pop­u­la­tion is like, 320 mil­lion? There’s over 300 mil­lion guns. Pri­vately owned, in Amer­ica. I think it’s a [exple­tive] dis­grace. Every week now we’re pick­ing up a news­pa­per and see­ing, ‘Yet another few kids have been killed in schools.’”

Now that Liam’s lat­est gun­fest, Run All Night, is open­ing today, so are the posters:
Liam Nee­son Mocked for Gun Con­trol Com­ments in Fake ‘Run All Night’ Posters

Polit­i­cally moti­vated street artists have plas­tered “redesigned” movie posters at var­i­ous Los Ange­les bus stops mock­ing Liam Nee­son for his recent pro-​gun con­trol com­ments amid the release of his new action movie, Run All Night.

The stu­dio mar­ket­ing poster for the film fea­tures Nee­son hold­ing a hand­gun in a men­ac­ing pose. The artists altered the movie title to read “Gun All Right” with the tagline “One Hyp­ocrite Laugh­ing All the Way to the Bank.”

A closer look,

Looks like Sabo strikes again!

Sabo, the street artist behind Unsa­vory Agents, was a speaker at CPAC (you can view his work both at his web­site and dur­ing the slideshow play­ing in the back­ground at CPAC).

The Liam poster has all the Sabo qual­i­ties: Pitch-​perfect, hard-​hitting, straight to the point, effective.

I hope it was Sabo him­self who did it; if he wasn’t, Sabo’s inspir­ing oth­ers. Either way, GOOD!

Fausta Rodriguez Wertz writes on U.S. and Latin Amer­i­can pol­i­tics, news, and cul­ture at Fausta’s Blog. A friend gifted her a Sabo poster of Ted Cruz.

Liam Neeson, Irish guy turned Hollywood star of gun-held thrillers, fired a shot for U.S. gun control following the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris,

There’s too many [expletive] guns out there,” he continued. “Especially in America. I think the population is like, 320 million? There’s over 300 million guns. Privately owned, in America. I think it’s a [expletive] disgrace. Every week now we’re picking up a newspaper and seeing, ‘Yet another few kids have been killed in schools.’”

Now that Liam’s latest gunfest, Run All Night, is opening today, so are the posters:
Liam Neeson Mocked for Gun Control Comments in Fake ‘Run All Night’ Posters

Politically motivated street artists have plastered “redesigned” movie posters at various Los Angeles bus stops mocking Liam Neeson for his recent pro-gun control comments amid the release of his new action movie, Run All Night.

The studio marketing poster for the film features Neeson holding a handgun in a menacing pose. The artists altered the movie title to read “Gun All Right” with the tagline “One Hypocrite Laughing All the Way to the Bank.”

A closer look,

Looks like Sabo strikes again!

Sabo, the street artist behind Unsavory Agents, was a speaker at CPAC (you can view his work both at his website and during the slideshow playing in the background at CPAC).

The Liam poster has all the Sabo qualities: Pitch-perfect, hard-hitting, straight to the point, effective.

I hope it was Sabo himself who did it; if he wasn’t, Sabo’s inspiring others. Either way, GOOD!

Fausta Rodriguez Wertz writes on U.S. and Latin American politics, news, and culture at Fausta’s Blog. A friend gifted her a Sabo poster of Ted Cruz.