Fake Apple ad campaign protests Obama’s Silicon Valley visit

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iSnoop ads invade Silicon Valley to protest Obama fundraisers

Apple’s legendary iPod ads have been nothing less than iconic, but a California street artists has turned the famous marketing campaign into an anti-Obama parody ahead of the President’s visit to area.

President Obama just wrapped up a quick fundraising tour around Los Angeles and San Francisco last week with a $32,000 a plate fundraiser at Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes’s house, and another with Nancy Pelosi, but the commander-in-chief was greeted by some scathing street art that highlighted some of his administration’s biggest scandals.

Here are some of the iAds found on the streets of Silicon Valley:

It’s unclear who the artist is behind the iSnoop ads as most of the images were anonymously posted by Imgur user watisee. Similar anti-Obama street art also greeted the president in Los Angeles with a some scandalous ads that are similar in style to the right-wing street artist Sabo.

If anyone in the Bay Area spots more ads in Silicon Valley or near Apple HQ, let us know in the comments.

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