Guard dogs next? Hamptons man in battle of wits against ‘Hillary for Prison’ sign thieves

Andy Sabin quickly grew tired of his “Hillary for Prison 2016” signs continually disappearing and decided to take desperate measures.

Desperate enough to include an electric fence!

The Hamptons resident began displaying the signs to voice his disapproval of Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton, but the very first sign didn’t last much longer than a day, according to the New York Post.

So Sabin went to work to secure the signs and they now sit atop a pair of 12-foot poles behind an electric fence with yellow warning signs, under the watchful eye of a surveillance camera, the Post reported.

Now that’s good ol’ fashioned American ingenuity at its best.

He said he had the same problem in 2008 when he put up signs supporting then-Republican presidential nominee John McCain.

“Living in a town with a lot of left-wing wackos, that’s what happens,” he told the Post.

As for Clinton, Sabin pointed to the ongoing email controversy as a driving factor behind his disdain for the candidate.

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“I just think she’s extremely dishonest, and if you look at the polls the public agrees,” he said. “People should feel bad about someone like [ex-CIA director David] Petraeus, a hero, getting in so much trouble, and this woman — nothing happened to her.”

Given the popularity of the “Hillary for Prison 2016” signs among the opposition, Sabin did entertain another possible reason for his signs mysteriously disappearing.

“I would say it’s almost more likely it was taken by a die-hard Republican who wanted it for a souvenir,” he joked.

Tom Tillison


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