A conservative street artist vandalized posters around Fox Studios that were promoting the film “It” by smothering them with transphobic images of Caitlyn Jenner. The artist, known as Sabo, overlaid Jenner’s face over Pennywise the Clown from Stephen King’s cult novel. It’s supposed to express his contempt for the trans reality star’s appearance on Tucker Carlson’s “Tonight Show."

Cait and the Clown

The phony ads were scattered around Fox Studios. One of them had Jenner’s head on Pennywise’s body. Another poster portrayed the former Olympian the same as the iconic scene from the adapted movie – where the clown tries to lure unsuspecting children from the sewers.

Jenner isn’t exactly immune to backlash, despite becoming an inspiration to many. Sabo, on the other hand, has been chastising Hollywood with his outrageous antics for quite a while now, and how he chose his latest victim isn’t exactly for the purpose of perpetuating dark humor, or art. Reducing Jenner to “It’s” antagonist has a deeper connotation to it, so it seems.

In an interview with THR, Sabo revealed that he has converted to the Muslim faith and has in fact, joined ISIS [VIDEO]. From his horizon, he said that Jenner “goes against my newfound faith,” then went on to describe his Caitlyn-Pennywise exploit as measly compared to those committed by Muslim extremists as of late. “If any progressives have a problem with this poster, then I’ll just have to label them ‘Islamophobic,'” he quipped.

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Sabo: ‘Stop normalizing transsexuals’

The controversial artist continued to lash out at Jenner in subsequent interviews. He told The Advocate that he thought of cancelling the whole fiasco the night before. Throughout the interview, Sabo misgendered Jenner, referring to the reality star as a “he,” even addressing her as “Mr. Jenner.” What prompted the artist to push his “creative hit,” is the fact that transsexualism is being normalized by “progressives,” so that “men can use the same restrooms as women.”

Sabo has previously attacked Leonardo DiCaprio, Cher, Lena Dunham, and other celebrities. Previously, he pulled off a similar stunt before the Oscars, putting up posters all over town with the words, “All those assholes make are unwatchable movies from unreadable books." The posters, which had a giant image of an Oscar statuette, were seen all over Hollywood, Westwood, and Brentwood.

Jenner hasn’t addressed the matter yet as of this writing. Fox, on the other hand, refused to comment.