- Post 29 May 2012
“I think it’s part of a troubling trend of chest thumping, showing how smart and good our intelligence services are. And they certainly are, but in the process trying to impress people by what this administration was able to do, whether it was on that raid or other things.
…Not only was it wrong to give that access, we had leaks about the new bomb technology. That’s very troubling. We have a recent book by a former CIA official that has things in there that perhaps shouldn’t be in that book. I think there is a growing trend of leaks that threaten America’s operational capacity in the intelligence world. And I think if you look at some of the things that have found its way onto the screen, not just in the movie, but some of the specials around the anniversary of the Bin Laden raid, I think one has to be concerned that that’s going to impact the ability to carry out similar operations in the future," Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said about the Obama administration giving unprecedented access and information about the bin Laden raid to make a movie.