Anonymous Street artists ventured out to highways once again to ring in the new year in Cali by posting messages to the “Welcome to California” highway signs.
Drivers entering California are being welcomed with signs proclaiming the liberal bastion an “OFFICIAL SANCTUARY STATE,” according to photos and videos circulating on social media appearing to show a prankster attached the official-looking blue signs just below legitimate “Welcome to California” markers.
The Sanctuary State sign, which adds “Felons, Illegals and MS13 [gang members] welcome,” is similar to one hung up by a Malibu activist last year. Attempts to reach California’s Department of Transportation were not immediately successful.
“Democrats Need The Votes!” reads a message on the signs, which are plastered with the Great Seal of California and a donkey, one of the symbols of the Democratic Party.
Ahhh California, you are the joke of the USA. (See: UCLA: 27 Percent of California Teens are ‘Gender Nonconforming’). When will you learn?
OMG! Look at this sign someone put up on the 15 Freeway between LA and Las Vegas!
— Kambree Kawahine Koa (@KamVTV) January 1, 2018
“Official Sanctuary City ‘Cheap Nannies and Gardeners Make Malibu Great!’ (Boyle Heights Not So Much.)” read the sign on the side of the Pacific Coast Highway, according to FOX5.
The signs were put up north of Lake Havasu, Arizona, Primm, Nevada and on Highway 95 in California and read:
“OFFICIAL SANCTUARY STATE, Felons, Illegals and MS13 Welcome! Democrats Need The Votes!”
The highway signs are apparently commemorating California’s new Sanctuary State status. (Related: SOCIALISM: California Democrats Propose $1 Billion REDISTRIBUTION From Citizen Taxpayers to Illegals’ Healthcare)
NOTE: It is unclear who originated this action.
Here are a few more pictures of the highway signs:
One passerby took this…(Related: Alert: California Prosecutes Man For Posting Anti-Islam Messages On Facebook)
That sign was reported by a California State Parks employee to authorities but was already taken down by the time deputies arrived to investigate.
“This was not an official city sign,” Malibu Councilwoman Laura Rosenthal had told the Los Angeles Times. “It’s down, and it’s very disheartening that anyone would put up such an ugly sign.”
“Whoever did this spent some time on it,” she added.
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