Conservative artist Sabo, the man who created the photoshopped Ted Cruz poster that features the Senator covered in a white supremacist-style array of tattoos and smoking a cigarette as well as some lewd depictions of liberal icons promoting Breitbart California, joined Glenn Beck on Monday to complain about the “liberal-dominated cultural landscape.”
Beck and Sabo discussed many of the artist’s pieces, including the ever-classy “F*g the New N*gger.”
“It bothers me that you can’t say the name,” Sabo told Beck.
“It bothers me. It bothers me,” agreed the host.
“I mean, we are such a politically correct environment that you can’t even say “f*g the new n*gger.” Why is that? It’s a word,” the artist said.
“I know that. But you know what the reality is,” said Beck.
“The reality is that my stepfather used to call me ‘Little N*gger,” Sabo explained in an attempt to make his strong desire to use those particular words seem normal, “and I called him ‘Big N*gger.’”
Beck later complained that people think he’s a Nazi. “It astounds me that the people who, my whole life, have accused me and people like me of being a Nazi, of trying to stifle speech and everything else — I don’t care what you’re saying. It doesn’t bother me. It’s not going to make me cower in fear and run away crying. However, they have now stifled everyone’s speech to the point to where we’re now getting down to thought police,” said the host.
“I’d say the whites in general have been beat down so much. It’s like with the Republicans, you dare not say anything without fear of getting hit over the head,” replied Sabo.
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