Los Angeles street artist Sabo wanted to be sure a new art exhibit didn’t just include the widows and orphans President Obama says are coming to America.

He wanted to be sure the potential terrorists and jihadis — who have said they will infiltrate Western countries as “refugees” — were included in the display as well.

The street artist produced a video of several of his works hanging in Century City, as well as footage of them being taken down by city crews.

“I noticed some of the banners promoting an exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography,” he says in the video.

Sabo noted other refugees weren’t included on the banners that only featured women and children.

“I get that art patrons who are insulated from the realities of life by their wealth like financing exhibits like this to help calm the herd of the dangers they fear,” he says.

“Like most left-wing art, it only tells half of the story — a kinder, more genteel half. It challenges nothing.

Sabo notes the exhibit is at the foot of the west coast’s Twin Towers.

“My creative offerings to this conversation were immediately taken down,” he says as workers can be seen removing his posters from a bus shelter.

He says it was his images people were stopping to take photos of.

According to the Annenberg website, the “Refugee” exhibit will run through August 21.