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Navy SEALs plan strike against Obama over TV-movie

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As reported here earlier this week, Hollywood producer and Obama supporter Harvey Weinstein will be airing “SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden,” a made for TV movie, on November 4 — just two days before the presidential election. We also reported that the movie has been heavily edited from its original version in order to promote President Obama’s role in the killing of bin Laden.

Last August when the president first began “spiking the football” over the bin Laden mission to the point of making information public which should have remained secret, he raised the ire of intelligence officers and special forces personnel.

They banded together and formed OPSECTeam, adopted the motto, “I serve quietly, not seeking recognition or accolades” and produced a video titled “Dishonorable Disclosures.” Although lengthy by today’s standards — 22 minutes — it received close to 4 million views.

Early this month, OPSECTeam produced a 30-second spot called “Bump in the Road,” based on the Obama administration’s mishandling of the Benghazi raid. It now seeks to run the ad during commercial breaks of “SEAL Team-Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden.”

You might call it a “counter-offensive.” Never piss off a SEAL.

“Bump in the Road:”

“Dishonorable Disclosure:”

Read more at Fox News.


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