The political arm of the National Rifle Association released a new ad on Wednesday focusing on Hillary Clinton and it features a survivor of the Benghazi attack.The ad stars Mark Geist, a Marine Corps veteran who provided security services in Benghazi, discussing the 2012 attack. He says “Hillary as president? No thanks.”
I served in Benghazi. My friends didn’t make it. They did their part. Do yours.
Jennifer Baker, Director of Public Affairs for the NRA’s lobbying arm, told CNN that the ad is backed by $2 million and will air in battleground states such as Colorado, Florida, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia in addition to the second congressional district of Maine which splits its electoral votes.