Oct 272012
 

In just a few days, National Geographic Channel will begin broadcasting “Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden,” even after reporting by the New York Times and other media outlets disclosed that the timing and editing of the film by Obama mega-donor and Hollywood liberal Harvey Weinstein were orchestrated to use the heroic work of U.S. Special Operations Forces to promote President Obama’s re-election. OPSEC’s not going take this sitting down.

It’s truly sad that once again, Special Forces operations are being used as a political pawn to win votes for Obama’s reelection….not to mention the further leaks of tactics and methods that will further jeopardize future missions against Al Qaeda. National Geographic’s Channel own President even admitted that, “that some people were suspicious of the film’s intentions.”

If we can raise the funds necessary — we’re going to air our hard-hitting ad, “Bump In The Road,” right along-side the documentary on National Geographic Channel. Every person who watches will know how this documentary is exploiting service members, divulging national secrets that are putting special forces lives at risk, and is timed to be nothing more than an ad for President Obama.

Our ad hits the Obama Administration hard for lying about the attacks in Libya that cost the U.S. Ambassador, two former SEALs and another U.S. diplomat their lives while also having politicized the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. Playing politics with national security is wrong and endangers American lives. It will only result in special forces coming home in flag draped coffins because their missions have been reduced to petty political games in place of protecting America.

OPSEC Team

Click image to help OPSEC show this ad during NatG’s showing of Seals Six!

Thanks, Scott Taylor Former Navy SEAL

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