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The Funniest Reaction to Barack Obama’s Presidential Portrait

If the left has one thing to say about art, it’s that it doesn’t have to be good to be expensive.

We know the CIA ran a psy-op decades ago that foisted bad art on us to deprive us of our ability to discern for ourselves what is good art and what is trash. Once we’re reduced to having to go to academics for our opinions on art we would be easier to manipulate. You could, for example, be shown a badly researched news program and have to go to the experts in order to know what to think about it.

This has given rise to a new mercenary class of hucksters posing as artists. Today, once great art museums are filled with literal trash taken off the street and sold to the public and gullible collectors as fine art. In the time it takes to read this paragraph, you could walk out to the street, pick up a used soda cup and sell it to an art museum for a year’s wages. That is, if you have the right left-wing politics to go with it.

All of this cultural poisoning has made it possible for a very bad artist who is known for painting images of black women holding the severed heads of white women to paint images of the Obamas that are as bad as they are loved by the left.

The famous YouTube Trump supporters Diamond and Silk had a hilarious reaction to the paintings on Fox. Watch the video below for their full take.

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