Here’s something that popped up last week, but it seems relevant now, what with “conservative” Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin trying to convince us that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were not top-level decision makers at the FBI, even though Strzok was a deputy assistant director who wrote and approved the decision to open the “Crossfire Hurricane” probe.

Now it might be difficult to picture actor Dean Cain portraying the smarmy Strzok in a stage play, but if they meet their fundraising goal, the same team that made “Gosnell” a reality hopes to have two actors read Strzok and Page’s texts on stage and film the whole thing for release later.

Phelim McAleer writes on the IndieGoGo fundraising page:

America needs to know the truth about the Trump-Russia investigation, which is why I have written a verbatim play called FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers.

I have taken the actual hate-filled, sleazy, juvenile, corrupt text messages of top FBI operatives and lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, and combined it with the transcript of their behind-closed-doors congressional testimony to show how they, and their Deep State colleagues, planned to take down the President of the United States. This will be revealed on stage in the very words of the FBI agents.

This play will be filmed before a live audience in Washington DC and then released online for the world to see. The play/film exposes how top FBI operatives tried to destroy President Trump’s campaign and his presidency by starting the “Russia Collusion” investigation.

Hey, if congressional Democrats can waste their time reading the Mueller report into the Congressional Record (when you can just buy a copy on Amazon or read it online), we wouldn’t mind seeing a dramatic reading of the Page/Strzok texts.

Wonder what sort of reading Cain would bring to lines like the one about Strzok being able to “smell the Trump supporters” when he walked into a Virginia Walmart?

Oh, and despite what the tweet says, we’re pretty sure Katie Pavlich won’t be playing Lisa Page. Kristy Swanson, maybe?


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