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While the Resistance continues to do it’s thing, whatever that may be, a great many of the President’s supporters remain unfazed by the unhinged and unruly goings on.

We have riots attempting to mitigate free speech.  We have accusations of racism.  We have an entire media industry hellbent on somehow, some way, taking the President down.  It’s infuriating and childish, but it is the hand that we were dealt in the decision to bring a populist back into the Oval Office.

Trump supporters, for what it’s worth, have been the mostly quiet benefactors of this unkempt rage, allowing the liberal left to spew and sputter to their heart’s delight, as the embarrassment of their behavior alone should provide a catalyst for democratic doom.

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Now, as this President settles into the White House after nearly two years on the job, some supporters are growing bolder in their convictions surrounding Donald Trump.  One of those men is a street artist from Staten Island.

Conservative artist Scott LoBaido is back at it.

Though a statue he created in support of President Trump was set on fire in August 2016, LoBaido has now created a new art installation that honors the president  — and shows support for him in the upcoming 2020 election.

On an unidentified client’s lawn in Staten Island, N.Y., LoBaido has erected the 20-foot-tall likeness of the president, which depicts a muscular Trump standing with his arms crossed over a patriotic “2020” sign.

“Here’s my display to provoke emotion… and they love it,” the artist told ABC7, adding that the installation, which lights up at night, is an “expression” of his First Amendment rights.

And, just because you simply have to see Scott’s latest work:



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