A former Navy SEAL and local businessman has posted a video online asking people that voted for President Joe Biden and support other causes to not buy from him.

Adam Newbold, owner of Advanced Training Group Worldwide and C4 Coffee in Lisbon, published a video titled 'Navy SEAL, Adam Newbold, C4 Coffee, and ATG send a message' to the website Rumble on March 19 addressing customers of his coffee brand.

In the 14-minute long video, Newbold admits to being at the Capitol during the attempted insurrection in Washington D.C. but says he did not go into the Capitol building. "I don't promote the violence that occurred there, but I sure as hell understand it," Newbold says in the video.

Newbold said that he witnessed the "patriotic, angry Americans chanting USA, USA, and whose house - our house, and singing the National Anthem alongside the police officers on the Capitol steps."

In the video, Newbold said he did not go through the Capitol.

The C4 Coffee owner goes on to tell people that support various causes to not buy his company's product.

"If you voted for Joe Biden, don't buy our coffee, it's not for you. If you believe there was nothing wrong with this election, don't buy our coffee, it's not for you," Newbold said in the video.

The former Navy SEAL continued by saying "If you feel that America is on the right track and there is nothing wrong with gender neutral, don't know which bathroom to use or use whichever bathroom you feel like during the day, don't buy our coffee, it's not for you."

Newbold included people that kneel for the flag in protest to the group of individuals that should not buy C4 Coffee.

He also addressed those who do not support conspiracy theories such as the New World Order, saying "We're supposed to just say that a New World Order is okay? If you believe that all of the conspiracy stuff that you hear is baseless, don't buy our coffee, because it's not."

The retired Navy SEAL was previously questioned about his activities during the attack on the Capitol by the FBI. 

Newbold's company ATG received $1.4 million from the Department of Defense in 2015 for government services but reportedly resigned as a contractor with the Navy Warrior Challenge program according to Task and Purpose.