Over three years after they were slaughtered by Islamic terrorists, the stories of the brave men who died in Benghazi, Libya, still remain relatively unknown. As our consulate smoldered, the Obama Administration worked feverishly to cover their many mistakes before, during and after the attack on our consulate in Benghazi and since then, those who failed to act in defense of American soil and American lives have not only worked to stonewall investigators, but have actually pretended to be victims of a political witch-hunt.
Popular Hollywood director Michael Bay has taken on the task of attempting to tell the story of Benghazi and the rescue mission that authorities tried to prohibit from coming to the aid of the trapped Americans who would die by the hands of Islamic terrorists.
A new trailer has been released for “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” a feature film that should be out in time to shine a light on Benghazi before the 2016 elections.
The movie is an adaptation from the book “13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi” by Mitchell Zuckoff, a book detailing the heroism of six American operatives in Benghazi.
The movie will likely be fairly Hollywood-ized, but should shine a light on a very important topic and might even enlighten those who are vastly more interested in movies than following politics.
The film is sure to enrage liberals who adoringly fawn over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as the film’s trailer clearly depicts a “stand-down” order as Americans seek to rescue the American diplomats.
Hopefully Bay’s movie will also remind Americans exactly who was at the wheel when the attack happened (or, more specifically, who wasn’t).
What do you think? Will you go see it?