Play Based on Anti-Trump FBI Agent's Extra Marital Affair Gets New Venue

Play Based on Anti-Trump FBI Agent's Extra Marital Affair Gets New Venue
A brand new stage play entitled "FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers," has found a new home after the original theatre that was supposed to hold it backed out at the last minute due to unhinged and violent threats. 

The play, starring Dean Caine and Kristy Swanson, set to tell the story of infamous Anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI counsel Lisa Page, who conspired to take down the president while perpetuating an affair behind the backs of both of their spouses. As reported by Fox News:

The play's entire script is taken verbatim from the messages as well as Strzok and Page's answers to prolonged questioning in private congressional hearings. The show will also be filmed and released online.

The performance is meant to expose "what was really going on in the FBI in the run-up to the investigation into the alleged Trump/Russia collusion as senior FBI agents became increasingly alarmed that Donald Trump might win the election," according to a press release.

In a statement sent to Fox News last week, a Studio Theatre spokesman said the theater canceled its contract because "Media reports have made us aware of undisclosed details about the event."

"Additionally, there have been open and violent threats made against the theater and event participants. Studio has an institutional responsibility to consider the safety of our staff, patrons, community, event organizers and attendees. These concerns must be paramount."

The famously unhinged couple, while obviously not very adept at taking down Trump, are still good for giving us all a few laughs.
 Source: American Update

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