Navy Seals Running for Congress Vow to Defeat Nancy Pelosi in Hard-Hitting Video
The ad features six SEAL veterans running in this year’s midterms
A PAC supporting Navy SEAL combat veterans running for Congress released an impactful video.
The video ad emphasizes the sacrifices the SEALs made to protect America “from enemies all over the world” and their determination to defeat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in November’s midterm elections.
The ad features six Navy SEAL veterans running in this year’s midterms, which includes:
- Morgan Luttrell (running in Texas’ eighth district)
- Brady Duke (running in Florida’s seventh district)
- Eli Crane (running in Arizona’s second district)
- Derrick Van Orden (running in Wisconsin’s third district)
- Ed Thelander (running in Maine’s first district)
- Ryan Zinke (running in Montana’s first district)
The ad shows black and white photographs of these men serving in combat zones around the world.
The voice-over narration states:
"They took a blood oath to defend America.
"They understand that the only easy day was yesterday.
"They know that our enemies are no match for their strength and their courage.
"These former Navy SEALs have protected America from enemies all over the world.
“Now they have one grave threat left to defeat,” the voice-over concludes, revealing a photograph of Nancy Pelosi, in color.
The ad was created by SEAL PAC, which supports conservative military veterans running for Congress.
The PAC is chaired by retired Navy SEALs Commander Ryan Zinke, who joined the Trump administration as the Secretary of the Interior.
Zinke is now running for the new House seat Montana gained from the 2020 U.S. Census.
“The midterm elections will help determine the direction of our country,” Zinke told Breitbart News.
“SEAL PAC’s mission is to elect conservative military veterans to Congress.
"We have all taken a blood oath to defend the Constitution.
"As SEAL PAC Chairmen, I take our mission very seriously, and we are working to elect a conservative majority to Congress to get America headed in the right direction again.”
This year, a record number of 28 House Democrats are retiring from Congress, destroying Pelosi’s chances of holding her party’s majority.
A Rasmussen survey revealed Republicans enjoy a nine-point lead over Democrats in a generic congressional ballot.
As Neon Nettle reported earlier this week:
Support for the Democratic Party plummeted in 2021 as the GOP enjoyed a surge in popularity not seen since 1995.
American voters are now leaving the Democratic Party in droves as Joe Biden faces growing criticism over inflation, supply chain issues, and an economy teetering on the brink of collapse.
At the end of 2021, 47 percent of Americans identified as Republican, according to a new survey conducted by Gallup.