'Hillary for Prison' signs keep disappearing in the Hamptons

A local resident of the Hamptons in New York put up a couple of "Hillary for Prison" signs on his property.  But by late afternoon that day, they were gone – stolen.

His solution to preventing theft is, shall we say, novel.

New York Post:

This Hamptonite wants Hillary Rodham Clinton behind bars — and had to put his signs saying so behind an electric fence.

Andy Sabin’s first “Hillary for Prison 2016” signs lasted little more than a day before they were stolen from in front of his Amagansett home last week. So Sabin took steps to make sure the placards were secure.

The red, blue and white signs now sit atop a pair of 12-foot poles behind an electric fence with yellow warning signs. A surveillance camera keeps watch.

Signs he put up in 2008 supporting John McCain’s presidential bid were also taken, said Sabin, a Jeb Bush supporter who runs a precious-metals refining business.

“Living in a town with a lot of left-wing wackos, that’s what happens,” Sabin said.

One of the local left-wingers is Clinton herself. She and her husband Bill are vacationing in Amagansett this summer.

“I just think she’s extremely dishonest, and if you look at the polls the public agrees,” Sabin said.

He compared the former first lady’s e-mail scandal to that of ex-CIA director David Petraeus, who was hit earlier this year with two years’ probation and a $100,000 fine for sharing classified information with his lover, Paula Broadwell.

“People should feel bad about someone like Petraeus, a hero, getting in so much trouble, and this woman — nothing happened to her,” Sabin fumed.

Sabin put up his signs Monday morning. He took them in that night, but when they went back up Tuesday, trouble followed: One was stolen that morning, the other was gone by 4 p.m.

The sign is pretty clever.  You have to look twice to make sure it doesn't say "Hillary for President":

Check the small print at the bottom ("www.Hillary-Satan2016.com").

Admittedly, it might not be left-wing wackos stealing the signs.  It could be Republicans who want one of their own.  But given what we've seen across the country in 2008 and 2012 with pro-Republican signage being vandalized or stolen, Mr. Sabin might have done better leaving the warning signs off his electrified fence.