When CNN employees arrived at work on Monday morning, they were greeted by a huge billboard mocking the left-leaning news outlet.
“Keep Korea Divided,” the billboard reads.
It also includes a picture of CNN CEO Jeff Zucker and labels the network the “Communist News Network.”
Check out the giant billboard below:
The anti-CNN message was reportedly erected by a conservative group of street artists known as The Faction.
The Hollywood Reporter apparently spoke to one of the group’s members, who claims the billboard was in response to CNN’s coverage of President Donald Trump's summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
The Faction member reportedly told THR:
“When Trump speaks glowingly of Kim Jong Un it's a tactic. Zucker and his journo-activists know this, but are more than willing to try to torpedo the summit — the future of the long-suffering North and South Korean people be damned.”
Hilariously, it took officials roughly seven hours to remove the anti-CNN billboard. In other words, the message was right in the face of employees all day.
"The Faction first made a name for itself in August when it peppered the Hollywood Walk of Fame with dozens of phony Trump stars in an attempt to replace his real one, which activists have destroyed on numerous occasions," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
President Donald Trump also blasted Democrats for choosing to hold a hearing with Michael Cohen at the same time as his historic summit with North Korea.
"For the Democrats to interview in open hearings a convicted liar & fraudster, at the same time as the very important Nuclear Summit with North Korea, is perhaps a new low in American politics and may have contributed to the 'walk.' Never done when a president is overseas," Trump tweeted. "Shame!"