Cape Coral yard display depicts Hillary Clinton in prison for Benghazi attacks

Man builds Hillary For Prison yard display
Posted at 9:54 AM, Sep 23, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-23 20:59:23-04

CAPE CORAL, Fla. -- A Southwest Florida resident has erected an elaborate display in their yard to express apparent displeasure with Hillary Clinton's role in the 2012 Benghazi attacks.

The creative mind behind the interesting yard display of Hillary Clinton is sharing the inspiration behind his work. The display shows the Democratic Presidential Nominee behind bars with signs reading, "Hillary For Prison."

The display has been drawing large crowds and has thousands of people talking on social media.

Janet and David Harkness live a couple houses down from the display, they say while people on their street have different political views, they can all agree the display is pretty funny.

"When we first saw it we thought, 'woah," Janet Harkness said.

The Display is leaving neighbors speechless.

One features a figure dressed as Hillary Clinton sitting inside a makeshift prison cage with signs promoting "Hillary for Prison 2016".

The other display features four "tombstones" representing each of the Americans killed in the raids on American diplomatic compounds in Benghazi, Libya in 2012.

The tombstones depict the names of all for men killed in the attacks, with statements such as "Hillary could have saved me" and "Told to stand down."

The Clinton Mannequin is sitting on a bed of hay, wearing red slacks with a matching coat.

"I don't feel too strongly either way with the election but I think it's hilarious," Brandon Swider said.

"It's partly a political thing and it's partly Halloween," Janet Harkness said.

The creative mind behind the yard display is Gary Howl who tells Four In Your Corner, he wants the display to get people thinking this presidential election.

"I don't want Hillary to be our 45th President I really don't," Howd said.

Howl says he wasn't always a Donald Trump supporter, he says he was rooting for Ted Cruz since launching his campaign but Trump is the only alternative to Clinton.

"In my heart I believe she could have saved those four men," he said.