13 Hours: Michael Bay makes movie about Benghazi attack

I share the surprise of the person in the following video: Hollywood is making a movie that I’m interested in.

I’ve already voiced my opinion on the matter of the Benghazi attack in Libya. While the media largely avoids conversation about this, keeping people in the dark, what makes this matter so interesting is that it reveals so much about Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and the liberal life culture in general.

To spell it out: American citizens have been thrown under the bus. It happened once when an attack occurred in Benghazi that the Obama administration had received a tip-off about over a week before it occurred, and it happened once again when they falsely blamed an American citizen exercising his protected free speech, having him sent to prison for a crime that he did not commit.

While the movie looks like it will be very interesting, it’s kind of sad to think that what it may take to get Americans to take notice of a matter that is in some way relevant to every one of them is a movie that brings the matter into their entertainment. But if that’s what it takes, then what it takes is coming to theaters. Of course, a person doesn’t have to wait for the movie to come to theaters to understand what’s going on. If you’re reading this on a device connected to the internet, it’s easy to learn a few things about the Obama administration that they don’t want you to find out.

What’s more, what you stand to learn is one of the reasons why America should not want Hillary Clinton to become president of the United States. Another reason is her use of a personal email account to conduct state business instead of a state-issued email account. If you don’t understand what’s wrong with that, you’re probably already sharing a lot of personal things about yourself using the internet.

One would have to be pretty naive to think that, once president of the United States, Hillary’s willingness to destroy the lives of American citizens to further her own political agenda will change. At this point, it’s already established behavior, and the act of voting her into office would be in effect rewarding her for it.

If you wanted to learn about it from a movie, then that movie is coming.

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