Conservative Street Artist Plasters New York With Anti-Zuckerberg, Schumer Posters

Conservative street artist Sabo is back at it. He has put posters all over New York that are targeting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and New York Senator Chuck Schumer.

One of the posters features the caption, “You can’t watch your kids 24/7, but we can!” and is follows by the hashtag #ZuckSchumer and features a picture of Mark Zuckerberg and Chuck Schumer along with registered sex offender and former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner.

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There were many other posters. One of them makes a traffic sign say “CAUTION: Facebook sells data.”

Schumer’s daughter, Alison, is employed by Facebook as a marketing manager.

Per Daily Mail:

Sabo put up posters by sites including the Rockefeller Centre and Prospect Park in Brooklyn before finishing his stunt at Facebook’s headquarters in Greenwich Village.

His latest attack comes as Facebook reels from a scandal that erupted following revelations it handed data on at least 50 million unsuspecting Facebook users to a Trump-affiliated political consultancy firm.

Cambridge Analytica harvested data from users’ profiles without their permission then used it to target U.S. voters based on psychological profiling.

Zuckerberg has been branded a hypocrite over the scandal, particularly after a promise he made in 2009 that Facebook would ‘never sell your data’ resurfaced on the Internet.

Awesome stuff from Sabo. Despite being temporarily banned from Facebook, he continues his assault on Mark Zuckerberg.

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