President Obama, is the HERO of the assault on Usama bin Laden and is also the upcoming star of Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden. It’s a film that will be released two days before the presidential election that demonstrates how the President (nearly) personally lead US Navy SEALs in their assault on bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan at great personal risk. (is the president trolling for another Nobel Prize?)
Below, find an account of one father as President Obama — honors the fallen at Benghazi. This Charles Woods’ account of his meeting with the Commander-in-Chief.
Charles Woods, father of former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods who died at the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, met President Obama: “I could tell…He kinda mumbled, I’m sorry. His face was looking at me but his eyes were looking over my shoulder like he couldn’t look me in the eye…shaking his hand was like shaking a dead fish.”
“Hillary came over and she didn’t appear to be one bit sincere at all.”
The Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund, a political action committee made up of former special operations and intelligence members, says it will air an anti-Obama ad in key swing states during the prime-time debut of Weinstein’s new “Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden.”
Set to air on the National Geographic Channel two days before the Presidential election, “SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden,” is billed as the “real inside story behind the manhunt and raid that took down al-Qaeda’s notorious leader, told through the eyes of the military and intelligence teams involved.”
But rather than focusing on the heroes who carried out the mission, President Obama now takes center stage in the film, with voice-overs, still photographs and archival footage being added after “SEAL Team Six” was purchased in May for a reported $2.5 million by Harvey Weinstein, a big supporter of the President.
Not only that, Meghan O’Hara – a producer for Obama supporter Michael Moore’s films “Fahrenheit 9/11,” “Sicko” and “Bowling for Columbine” – was the one hired to gather that extra footage.
A report in the New York Times said the new footage serves to “strengthen Mr. Obama’s role and provide a window into decision-making in the White House,” a move the report says will “bolster claims that the 90-minute film amounts to a political stunt.”
Indeed FrontPageMag.com called it an “Obama Infomercial From Michael Moore’s Favorite Producer” which they say is essentially “about the man that sat on his ass while they (SEAL Team Six) risked their lives.”
But filmmaker John Stockwell denies the claims the film and its release timing are politically motivated, telling FoxNews.com that he and Weinstein “never discussed politics. He was just concerned with getting the details right.” But it seems some political aspects of the movie were too much for the National Geographic Channel, which had a scene depicting GOP nominee Mitt Romney appearing to oppose the raid removed from the final cut, the Times reports.