Considering how bad the Obama regime tripped itself while jumping in front of the camera to announce the killing of bin Laden, I’m betting the leaks came from the White House. It also should be pointed out that Sony, who is producing the movie, also held fundraisers for…Obama. I’m sure it’s all coincidental.
Rep. Peter King said Thursday that the Defense Department has launched an investigation into whether its personnel leaked information to producers for a film — to be directed by Academy Award winner Kathryn Bigelow — on the May 2011 raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
It was someone from Team Obama. As we all have come to learn, those who gave Obama campaign cash get rewarded.
King, who chairs the Homeland Security Committee, previously called for a probe to look into any sort of cooperation between federal agencies and producers for the movie, which at the time had been scheduled for an October release — a month before the elections.
Just a coincidence it was to be release a month before the election (wink).
“The leaks that followed the successful bin Laden mission led to the arrests of Pakistanis and put in danger the mission’s heroes and their families,” King said in a statement Thursday. “Privately, individuals in the intelligence and special operations communities expressed support for my request for a probe. I look forward to an update on the investigation and actions taken thus far.”
We all know this is a political ploy aimed to make Obama look like a strong commander-in-chief…
…The matter stems from an Aug. 6, 2011, New York Times piece by columnist Maureen Dowd, who wrote that Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal were getting “top-level access to the most classified mission in history” for their movie, which would’ve given a “homestretch boost” to Obama’s reelection campaign with an October release.
The White House had to change the bin Laden story several times. The story was so bad that Seal Team 6 told their story to another retired SEAL Team 6 commander and later it was revealed that Obama was playing golf 20 minutes before the SEAL team began it’s mission.