As the network Lifetime has insisted on learning over and over again during the last few years: Just because you can make a biopic of a beloved celebrity's life, doesn't mean you should. Especially when everyone in the world is begging you not to bother.
5 Michael Bay Is Doing a Movie About Benghazi
Quick recap: on Sept. 11, 2012, a group of Islamic militants attacked the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya, killing four Americans stationed there. Since then, there has been controversy surrounding the government's handling of the aftermath, whether or not the Obama administration could have done more to prevent it, and, naturally, a whole slew of nuttier-than-squirrel-shit conspiracy theories.
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"Benghazi ... Ben ... Uncle Ben ... the White House controls us with rice!"
In spite of whatever Reddit threads or your drunk uncle say about secret backdoor gun dealing, there are legitimate discussions to be had about the incident, and it may be years before we know what did and should have happened. Or you could just watch Michael Bay's next movie.