Thursday, January 14, 2016

Michael Bay’s new movie 13 Hours premiered this week, but the director decided to hold the event in Texas instead of the liberal world of Hollywood. It isn’t hard to figure out why.

According to The Political Insider, the film not only exposes one of the biggest failures of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, it also honors our military as well as the men we lost in the battle at America’s embassy in Benghazi, Libya. The movie stars John Krasinski, who you may remember from The Office, and what he said at the premiere DEFINITELY made Hillary and her minions livid.

“It’s a superhero movie without superheroes,” the film’s star John Krasinski told FOX News. “These are guys just like you and me who have actually dedicated their lives…they have sacrificed everything for us.”

Hillary Clinton, of course, does not want the Americans who lost their lives in Benghazi to be remembered as superheroes. In fact, she does not want them to be remembered at all, and has done everything she can to sweep this incident under the rug. Unfortunately for her, this action movie will bring Benghazi back to the forefront of the American psyche at a crucial time in her campaign, and it may just cost her the election.

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