A Navy SEALS group will air an anti-Obama ad in swing states during the Osama bin Laden film that debuts on the National Geographic Channel less than 48 hours before the presidential election. The ad from the Special Operations OPSEC Education fund assails the president for playing politics with national security.
As The Inquisitr has previously reported, eyebrows were raised when it was revealed that SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden was apparently re-edited at the behest of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein to make President Obama look better.
US News has further specifics on the ad from the ex-Navy SEALS organization:
“OPSEC’s ad, called ‘A Bump in the Road,’ is narrated by the group’s president Scott Taylor, who says the Obama administration didn’t ‘tell the truth about what happened’ in the attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya in September.”
Obama referred to the Benghazi terror attacks as “bumps in the road,” which is where the OPSEC ad gets its name.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of the Weinstein Company is bigtime Obama backer and contributor who acquired the rights to the SEAL Team 6 film for about $2.5 million at the Cannes film festival in May.
It was Weinstein’s role that reportedly prompted OPSEC to increase its ad buying according to US News:
“Taylor says OPSEC decided to buy spots for the ad beyond just Ohio and Virginia after realizing Weinstein was involved in the SEAL film, and that the film was airing on National Geographic just two days before the election.”
Watch the ad from OPSEC that will will broadcast during the National Geographic SEAL Team 6 movie on November 4: