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Obama Sends Someone SHOCKING to Pay “Benghazi” Director a Visit… They’re Worried Now

Obama Sends Someone SHOCKING to Pay “Benghazi” Director a Visit… They’re Worried Now

Conservative Tribune

In January of 2016, just two weeks before the presidential primary season gets underway, a new movie detailing the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, will hit the big screens all across the country.

The film, titled “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” is the dramatic re-telling of the personal stories of six American contractors on the ground during the terrible attack and their attempt to defend the diplomatic compound and CIA annex that came under fire from radical Islamists.

The movie is the work of noted Hollywood director Michael Bay, well-known for his explosive action films, and purports to show both sides of the hotly contested narrative of events that transpired on that horrific night, which culminated in the deaths of four Americans.

According to The Daily Beast, Bay has received quite a bit of criticism from the left for the film, as liberals are afraid that their carefully constructed version of events will be revealed as falsehoods.

In fact, Bay was even visited recently by the CIA in relation to the film, ostensibly to ensure that no national security secrets were revealed and to share some knowledge on the accuracy of certain technical issues.

However, there are some who have implied that the visit from the CIA was less about making sure no classified information was revealed and more about an effort at intimidating Bay into not making the Obama administration and the CIA look too bad.

A source close to Bay with knowledge of the meeting revealed that “Michael wasn’t out to get the CIA with this movie … He (met with the CIA) to fact-check, and get the agency’s perspective, basically. There were questions about protocol, what happened on that night.

“Like he’s said, he shows both sides of the story. The movie deals with the ‘stand down’ order,” the source told The Daily Beast. “You’re just going to have to wait to see the movie to see how for yourself.”

It was not immediately clear exactly where Bay comes down on the debate over what happened before, during and after the attacks, and the director has remained rather coy about his political leanings in past interviews.

That said, many of Bay’s films have something of a conservative tone to them, particularly his most recent film in the “Transformers” series, which was widely viewed to be a critique of President Barack Obama’s weak foreign policy.

The American people have been demanding to know what really went down on Sept. 11, 2012, and Michael Bay’s movie could very well steer the broader narrative in that direction.

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