“Someone in Venice is not happy about Google’s firing of that memo guy. These are all over Santa Monica and Venice.” —@AlexRubalcava
Posted Friday on Breitbart News:
Right-wing street artist Sabo has posted anti-Google advertisements outside the company’s offices in Los Angeles following the firing of former employee James Damore.
One advert, plastered on a bench, featured a modified Google logo that read “Goolag,” and had a fake search bar below that said, “Search for diversity of thought somewhere else.”
Other posters featured the iconic “think different” image of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs juxtaposed against an image of Google CEO Sundar Pichai and the label “not so much.”
Street artist Sabo quickly took credit for the work, making a series of anti-Google tweets to accompany the posters.
UPDATE: See Buzzfeed on how the pro-Trump media machine turned Damore overnight into a hero of the alt-right. “This Is just like GamerGate,” says Milo Yiannopoulos.
Below: A sample of Sabo’s past and present work from Conspiracy Boulder (not safe for office viewing and best seen with sound turned way down).