New Ad Accuses Obama of Being Responsible for U.S. Border Agent's Death
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Republican Trust PAC is announcing plans to counter attack ads produced by the Obama campaign and their surrogates against Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Specifically, Executive Director Scott Wheeler stated that the PAC is releasing a television ad to counter Obama's Joe Soptic ad, which makes the outrageous claim that Romney is responsible for his wife's death.
Wheeler said today, "If Obama wants to lie about us, we will tell the painful truth about him. We have prepared a multi-platform response to the slanderous falsehoods levied against Republicans by Obama, his administration, and his campaign team."
The following is the script for the new ad:
Video - (Joe Soptic ad playing, Soptic talks about Romney)
V.O. - Barack Obama's campaign got this man to claim that Mitt Romney is responsible for his wife dying years after he lost his job. If Obama can blame that on Romney, wouldn't it then be fair to blame Obama for the death of American Border Agent Brian Terry, since the Obama administration sold the weapons to the Mexican drug gang that killed him?
Video-(Congressional "Fast and Furious" hearings, SOT about Terry's murder)
V.O. - Obama doesn't want to talk about Operation Fast and Furious that lead to Agent Terry's death because if Americans knew what the Obama Administration did they would be outraged about the murder (pot up congressman saying "an American Agent is dead)…"
V.O. - …And outraged about the cover-up (pot up Eric Holder saying he is not turning over documents).
To learn more about the National Republican Trust PAC and its strategy to help defeat Obama in November, visit GOPTrust.com. For media inquiries, call Nick Chandler at (310) 560-7010. Wheeler is available to defend this ad.