Uh-oh

Remember how the Clintons got ABC to mothball the movie “The Path to 9/11?”

The made-for-TV movie aired once and disappeared like Jimmy Hoffa.

You can’t buy it. You can’t stream it. It’s as if it neeeeeeeever happened.

Well, two weeks before the Iowa Caucuses, the movie version of the book 13 Hours will be released.

So terrified is the Left at what this movie may expose Low Information Voters to, according to Breitbart, Vox actually published a scathing 1,500-word review of the TRAILER.

Who reviews a trailer to a movie?!

This Michael Bay film will be the first big-screen version of the Benghazi attack.

And will, if the film sticks closely to the premise of the book, show the former special forces private security from the CIA annex having to defy a stand-down order to come to the aid of the US Consulate.

Again, two weeks before the Iowa Caucuses, Americans will treated to a big screen portrayal of the Obama Administration and Secretary of State Clinton’s failure in Benghazi.

I went to YouTube to watch the trailer, and received a warning that the content of the video may be in appropriate for some viewers. Despite the fact that the trailer received a “The following restricted preview has been APPROVED for APPROPRIATE AUDIENCES.”

content warning

Golly. I wonder who got YouTube to limit the viewing of this trailer?

Uh-Oh

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4 thoughts on “Uh-oh

  • July 30, 2015 at 11:04 pm
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    Vox actually published a scathing 1,500-page review of the TRAILER.

    Well, 1500 words anyway. Close enough for digital. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • July 30, 2015 at 11:31 pm
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      Whoops. Fixed it. Thanks for catching that.

  • July 31, 2015 at 9:45 am
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    Thanks for sharing Diann!

  • August 1, 2015 at 10:16 am
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    I went to IMDb to check out the cast. Guess what? The role of Secretary of State was not listed. Hmmmm.

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