Actor and Trump supporter Dean Cain has signed up to read former FBI agent Peter Strzok live in the text messages he has exchanged with his beloved and former FBI investigator Lisa Page.
The dramatic lecture entitled & # 39; FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers & # 39 ;, will be produced by the conservative Irish filmmaker Phelim McAleer.
Cain is best known for playing Superman in the TV series & # 39; Lois & Clark & # 39; and he also starred in anti-abortion film & # 39; Gosnell & # 39 ;, which was produced by McAleer and his wife Ann McElhinney.
According to a fundraising campaign on IndieGoGo, the production would be filmed for a live theater audience at Mead Theater in Washington, D.C. on June 13.
& # 39; We're going to show mainstream media and Hollywood that they can no longer force Russian conspiracy and force them to recognize how the Deep State, DC Swamp tried to destroy the Trump candidacy and presidency & # 39 ;, reads the crowdfunding page.
Actor Dean Cain gave a speech to portray former FBI agent Peter Strzok in a dramatic reading on stage of his text messages with lover and former FBI investigator Lisa Page
& # 39; Buffy the Vampire Slayer & # 39; actress Kristy Swanson will play in the June 13 production at Mead Theater in Washington D.C.
The dramatic reading will be done by Irish conservative filmmakers and married couple Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, who have also produced other political films on issues such as abortion, fracking and environmentalism
The page is intended to cover costs associated with setting up the production and aims to raise $ 95,000 within a month. The page notes that renting the theater is $ 5,620 of the costs.
Actress Kristy Swanson will portray Page in the live reading, she is best known for playing Buffy Summers in the movie & # 39; Buffy the Vampire Slayer & # 39; from 1992.
Swanson says that both she and Cain have a & # 39; death threat & # 39; have received because they have accepted a star in the production because it supports Trump.
A Twitter account responded to news of the dramatic reading by saying & # 39; close the doors, set fire to the & # 39 ;, which Swanson says is a death threat to her, her co-star, the production team and the entire theater of people who are there.
A person directly involved in the production said they are trying to get President Donald Trump to attend the show.
& # 39; We are lobbying hard for the White House & # 39 ;, the person said Politics. & # 39; We are told that the President loves the idea of bringing this to light. & # 39;
McAleer and McElhinney have produced several other conservative politically centered films, including films on abortion, fracking and environmentalism.
Page and Strzok were colleagues when she started an extra-marital affair with Strzok during the 2016 presidential election.
Swanson says she and her co-star have a & # 39; death threat & # 39; got on Twitter because the show supports Trump
Strzok (left) and Page (right) were involved in an affair during the 2016 elections and often text messages to each other with anti-Trump messages. Researchers are looking into whether the couple's opinion contributed to the opening by the FBI of its investigation into Russian involvement in the elections
A crowdfunding page has been set up for the production, which wants to raise $ 95,000 in less than a month to cover the costs of the show.
Strzok was removed from the team of Special Counsel Robert Mueller who investigated Russian influence in the 2016 elections when the relationship was revealed and the anti-Trump text messages surfaced.
In the months prior to the 2016 presidential election, Strzok and Page sms & # 39; and how Trump would be a & # 39; disgusting man & # 39 ;, & # 39; idiot & # 39; and a & # 39; ramp & # 39; used to be.
In August 2016, text & # 39; de Strzok: & # 39; He will never be president, right? & # 39;
& # 39; No, he won't. We'll stop it, & # 39; text & # 39; return the page to Strzok.
After winning the presidency over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, Strzok wrote: & # 39; OMG, I am so depressed. & # 39;
Trump often points to the bias within the Mueller study and has on many occasions the & # 39; lovebird couple & # 39; attacked immediately.
& # 39; More text messages between former FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are a disaster and a shame for the FBI and DOJ, & # 39; tweeted Trump on September 13, 2018.
The agency's inspector general investigated the duo for political bias, including whether the anti-Trump sentiments of Strzok played a role in the FBI that launched the Russia investigation in 2016.
Strzok was removed from the team of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, examines Russian influence on the 2016 elections when his relationship with Page was revealed and the anti-Trump text messages surfaced
Trump has attacked Mueller's investigation as a & # 39; witch hunt & # 39; and says it was started by & # 39; Trump haters & # 39 ;, he has often attacked Strzok and Page because of their prejudices against him and their role in the origin of the probe
The production consists of a verbal reading of 100% of the texts.
A copy of the testimony that Strzok gave to the Judicial Committee of the House in June 2018 was released earlier this year by Republican ranking number Doug Collins, and the show will include a reading of the witness statement with closed doors.
The president closed the investigation as a & # 39; witch hunt & # 39; started by & # 39; Trump haters & # 39 ;.
Attorney General Bill Barr released an edited version of Mueller & # 39; s Russia report in April. The report found no evidence that Trump, his associates, his government or his campaign had conspired with the Kremlin to influence the 2016 elections.
Trump says the report completely frees him from all crimes, but Democrats claim there is sufficient evidence to show that he has hindered justice throughout the investigation.
Several democratically governed conference committees are engaged in related investigations – efforts that the president says his government would fight on every occasion.
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