“Zero Dark Thirty” Bin Laden Movie Will Expose America’s Military Secrets
By Kenny Heidt
WASHINGTON—Representative Peter King is worried that the film based on the hunt for Osama Bin Laden will reveal critical security military secrets and irreparably damage American defense policy.
Zero Dark Thirty, set to be released this December, tells the “true” story of the thrilling hunt for America’s #1 enemy abroad, Osama Bin Laden. However, what King does not know is the true secret of America’s military: they get all of their ideas from the movies and television.
Representative King believes that the filmmakers will learn national security secrets if they are given high-value information and undisclosed details surrounding the now-famed Bin Laden raid. Opponents say that King simply does not want the film, which highlights President Obama’s military leadership, to be released so closely to the 2012 elections. Representative King responded, “I cannot believe these accusations. I’m a congressman, I would never do anything for political purposes.”
Representative King is unaware of the close ties the military has with Hollywood; the CIA and US Military have been stealing ideas from Hollywood for years now. “If worse comes to worse, I can always get back to those Muslim persecutions—I mean investigations,” replied King.