Before Thursday morning, a California billboard was one advertising a junk removal service. It depicted a child with his hands holding his face and his mouth open, like a "Home Alone"-style scream.
But in the early morning hours, commuters headed to San Francisco noticed something a little different. The Emeryville sign no longer read, "We make junk disappear"; now, it read, "We make kids disappear" and was signed, "I.C.E."
Photos began appearing on social media and shortly thereafter, an activist group called INDECLINE took credit for the modifications via their Instagram. INDECLINE has been in operation since 2001, and is perhaps best known for the nude, NSFW statues of Donald Trump they placed around the country in 2016.
"This isn't an immigration issue," the group wrote of the billboard in the Instagram caption. "This is a humanitarian crisis."
The accompanying video, also on their website, depicts several pe…