’13 Hours’ Review: Riveting Indictment of Obama, Hillary, and The DC Media | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

’13 Hours’ Review: Riveting Indictment of Obama, Hillary, and The DC Media

There is no question, though, that the arch-villain of “13 Hours” is the White House and Clinton’s State Department. Bay never names names, never launches a diatribe, but his fury at the American government for abandoning these men, along with the 30 or so others stationed at the annex, is both palpable and contagious. (An offhand comment about one of the attacking terrorists being a former Gitmo detainee is especially timely.)

Overhead, throughout this terrible night, a military drone witnesses everything, and our government does nothing. Repeatedly, desperate calls are made begging for air support — if nothing else, a simple flyover to scare the militants. Just a few hundred miles away, F-14s sit idle on an aircraft carrier.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am going to have to take back some of the bad things I said about Michael Bay. And while the Democrats are screaming that this film is entirely fictional about the stand-down orders, Trey Gowdy and the Benghazi investigation have confirmed that indeed such stand-down orders were given, implicating Obama in allowing our Ambassador to be killed.

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