Malibu hit with sanctuary city sign prank

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In Malibu, California, a conservatively-based prank occurred throughout the city on Tuesday.

Professional-looking signs were placed near the city limits with the words “OFFICIAL SANCTUARY CITY” written on them.

Underneath the stand-out signs were the underlying captions: “Cheap nannies and gardeners make Malibu great! (Boyle Heights not so much),” and “Because our beach community needs cheap labor, dude.”

Boyle Heights is a predominately Latino neighborhood in Los Angeles. The signs were likely intended to criticize Malibu’s decision to become a sanctuary city earlier in March.

The Malibu prank didn’t last long, as city council members ordered officials to take the signs down Wednesday morning.

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While no one has officially taken credit, a street artist named Sabo claims his friends from Hollywood were responsible, according to The Hollywood Reporter:

“Some friends of mine put those up last night. They aren’t big on getting attention, seeing they work in the Hollywood industry and, well, all know there is a serious Black List in full effect focused on those of us who aren’t on the Left, politically speaking.”

Actor Martin Sheen, who is a resident of Malibu, along with the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, and Ellen DeGeneres, pushed for the town to become a sanctuary city for illegal aliens and refugees.

H/T: Daily Mail

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