A Donald Trump fan in upstate New York grew so fed up with having his ‘Make America Great Again’ sign stolen by liberals, he took action that would make the candidate himself smile from ear to ear.

He built a big, beautiful wall around his sign.

And that wasn’t all… by any stretch of the imagination.

Robert Marini, a prominent home builder in the region, had his Trump sign stolen from his property 5 times. With the sixth sign, Marini decided to get serious. He encased the sign in concrete, surrounded it with barbed wire fencing, added spotlights, and planted a sign which reads “DO NOT Touch The Sign. If you are reading this, you are TRESPASSING. You WILL BE PROSECUTED To The Fullest Extent Of The Law.”

In other words, he secured the border around his sign, just as he hopes his chosen candidate will do for America.

Perfect!

Check out the sign below …

More photos of the yard sign can be seen here.

Via the Times Union:

Donald Trump wants to build that wall.

Robert Marini has emulated his preferred presidential candidate.

After a rash of Trump lawn sign snatchings from his East Hills Boulevard residence, the prominent Capital Region home builder has encased his latest homemade sign in concrete and surrounded it with barbed wire and lights in an attempt to deter would-be vandals and thieves from messing with his show of political pride. And if those features aren’t enough of a deterrent, a warning sign bellows: “DO NOT Touch The Sign. If you are reading this, you are TRESPASSING. You WILL BE PROSECUTED To The Fullest Extent Of The Law.”

“I don’t have enough time in my life to go around stealing Bernie Sanders signs or Hillary Clinton signs. It’s not something that I even thought about doing,” Marini said Monday. “Everybody’s got a right to free speech, right? At least we think so in America today. But some people on the left don’t believe in that, so they just take what’s not theirs.”

Taking what’s not theirs is pretty much a platform for the Democrat Party these days.

Cross-posted at the Political Insider