A scathing new ad titled, "Bow to Nobody," takes aim at President Obama and what many conservatives believe is his history of deferring to America's enemies. The video, released by "Special Operations for America" (SOFA), a super PAC led by former Navy SEALs, will be unveiled Tuesday at the Republican National Convention.
The narration is poignant and relates the motivations behind service men and women as they risk their lives to ensure that their nation "bows to nobody." The ad culminates in the display of a now-infamous photo of the president bowing to the Saudi king.
The ad, which is bound to cause controversy, will be featured at an event titled, “Defending Our Defenders: A Salute to the United States Military." The tribute will reportedly be led Congressman Louie Gohmert, former members of SEAL Team Six, Army Rangers, Gold Star parents, and others.
Ryan Zinke, the former Navy SEAL who started SOFA, told Breitbart that the ad itself "accurately portrays where this President is.”
“It accurately portrays his core belief that America should not lead. This president is shaping America to be one of the followers, to relinquish our role as a world leader. I didn’t fight 23 years as a Navy SEAL to watch America bow to anybody.”