Who is the most intriguing political artist of the Biden era? Cockburn is happy to welcome a new contender to the fray: Thomas Richard Glazewski of Manor Township, Pennsylvania.

Glazewski is part of a daring street collective who have been posting stickers of Joe Biden on gas pumps. They show the president pointing with the caption “I did that!” and are placed next to the price of gasoline — which has risen significantly in the past year or so.

The vinyl stickers — available on Amazon — are manufactured in China. Just like the Biden presidency, right?

But Glazewski took his...

Who is the most intriguing political artist of the Biden era? Cockburn is happy to welcome a new contender to the fray: Thomas Richard Glazewski of Manor Township, Pennsylvania.

Glazewski is part of a daring street collective who have been posting stickers of Joe Biden on gas pumps. They show the president pointing with the caption “I did that!” and are placed next to the price of gasoline — which has risen significantly in the past year or so.

The vinyl stickers — available on Amazon — are manufactured in China. Just like the Biden presidency, right?

But Glazewski took his piece to a whole new level: risking his freedom last month, he turned his sticker protest into performance art by getting himself arrested.

A viral video shows the artist’s arrest. Dressed in a black and gray coat, the silver-haired Glazewski first swears at officers, presumably in a show of solidarity with the Defund the Police movement. According to the New York Post:

He then ran toward the pump, screaming, “I did that! That’s what I did!” parroting the message seen on stickers placed on gas pumps around the country.

According to an East Hempfield Township police report:

A store employee approached Glazewski and told him he could not place stickers on the pumps. Glazewski reportedly got in the employee’s face and began screaming at her. Glazewski was subsequently transported via EMS to a local hospital for treatment of self-inflicted injuries that he sustained while seated in the back of a police vehicle.

Fifty-four-year-old Glazewski was charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, harassment and criminal mischief.

Cockburn is enthralled by the artist’s piece, and can’t wait for the performance’s next installment — which is set to unfold in a Pennsylvania courthouse. Who knew that Hunter Biden would have such fierce competition for this year’s Bucksbaum Award?