Anti-Hillary guerilla street art grows in Brooklyn

I love conservative guerilla street art.  Among other things, it conveys the message that the establishment is controlled by the left, and conservatives are the true rebels.  Owing to the nature of hormonal development, teens and young adults have a need to rebel.  As it happens, the education industry, within which most young people live, is overwhelmingly leftist, so if they are to rebel, they ought to be conservative.  They just don’t know it yet.

Daniel Halper of The Weekly Standard offers some examples of anti-Hillary street art found in New York’s newly hip borough of Brooklyn – the perfect place to brand Hillary as old-fashioned, establishment, controlling, and Big Brotherish.

I don’t know who the artist is, but there is a certain resemblance to this street art found in Los Angeles:

I love conservative guerilla street art.  Among other things, it conveys the message that the establishment is controlled by the left, and conservatives are the true rebels.  Owing to the nature of hormonal development, teens and young adults have a need to rebel.  As it happens, the education industry, within which most young people live, is overwhelmingly leftist, so if they are to rebel, they ought to be conservative.  They just don’t know it yet.

Daniel Halper of The Weekly Standard offers some examples of anti-Hillary street art found in New York’s newly hip borough of Brooklyn – the perfect place to brand Hillary as old-fashioned, establishment, controlling, and Big Brotherish.

I don’t know who the artist is, but there is a certain resemblance to this street art found in Los Angeles: