Michael Bay’s new film “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” has been criticized by defenders of the current administration as well as select members of the liberal media who are concerned that it could portray Hillary and/or Obama in a bad light.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film “doesn’t mention presidential candidate Hillary Clinton once in relation to the 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. embassy compound in Libya.” That alone speaks volumes, and Media Matters is, unsurprisingly, critical of the movie:
Hahahahahaha…..I knew it. cc @TheRickWilson pic.twitter.com/RuwNBhIkii
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) January 16, 2016
Michael Bay’s 13 Hours is a coded message to Benghazi conspiracy theorists: https://t.co/EcQwHKGrOj
— Media Matters (@mmfa) January 15, 2016
Three men who were on the ground in Benghazi that day served as technical advisers during the making of the movie, but perhaps Media Matters considers them to be among the “conspiracy theorists.”
Haha of course. But every dipshit anti Iraq film was Oscar bait. https://t.co/fFrglDcULt
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) January 16, 2016
@JayCaruso @TheRickWilson "coded". No it screams loud and clear Obama admin decided to do nothing rather than risk election narrative.
— Brad Cundiff (@bradcundiff) January 16, 2016
@bradcundiff @TheRickWilson @JayCaruso Weird how Rahm and Obama both covered up tragedies to salvage re-elections.
— TheWordOfDog (@Lubyanka13) January 16, 2016
@JayCaruso @TheRickWilson "Coded" = "This movie doesn't say what I think it should say/goes against what I have always said"
— MrScience_ (@mrscience_) January 16, 2016
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