RNC Benghazi Attack Ad that never ran because Mitt Romney nixed it

mitt-romneyBelow is a RNC Benghazi Attack Ad that never ran during the 2012 presidential election cycle. Why? Because coward Mitt Romney nixed it. The ad is a copy of the Hillary Clinton 3am phone call ad which uses Benghazi consulate building burning and gun shots in the background. It would have been a really effective ad from the RNC, if Mitt Romney didn’t nix it. Looks like ole Mitt pulled a John McCain.

RNC Benghazi Attack ad that never ran thanks to Mitt Romney

Thanks Willard!

ABC News has obtained an ad the RNC made last fall and approved to air in the final weeks of the presidential campaign. The ad begins with a replay of Hillary Clinton’s famous “3 a.m. phone call” commercial from the 2008 campaign and then cuts to video of the burning U.S. consulate in Benghazi Libya.
Over the images of the attack–in which four Americans were killed–words appear on the screen:
“The Call Came … On September 12, 2012.” As the screen goes black, the words continue: “Security Requests Denied. Four Americans Dead. And an Administration whose story is still changing. The Call Came.”
A source familiar with the creation of the ad says the RNC leadership approved the ad but it was scrapped at the last minute because of objections from the Romney campaign, which was concerned the ad would distract from Romney’s efforts to focus on the economy.

Maybe one day we’ll get an actual conservative, who’s actually concerned with winning the presidency to run for office. I’m sick and tired of these ‘moderate’ left wing pandering candidates that the RNC props up constantly as being ‘electable.’ This RNC Benghazi Attack ad should have run, regardless of Romney’s ‘focus’ on the economy. Romney was slammed as being weak on foreign policy. What what does have done to Obama’s reputation?

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Comments

  • not_retired

    A lot of buyer’s remorse with Romney. Maybe why so many stayed home on election day.

  • Loyal American

    Mitt should have run the ad…He would have won.