We hear conspiracy theories about the Mueller report each and every day.

Despite the report finding nothing to charge President Donald Trump with, Democrats will tell you Mueller uses special wording to let us know Trump is really guilty or Trump is not guilty of collusion, but he is instead guilty of obstruction of justice despite the investigation never being obstructed and there being no real evidence against Trump.

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These are fantasies, the loony ramblings that have sadly become the center of Democrats’ attention in D.C. The recent congressional hearings on the Mueller report show that political theater at its very worst.

“FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers” is being unleashed upon an America that desperately needs it. Despite tackling part of the Mueller investigation, the play is without agenda. In fact, the dialogue is pulled straight from the mouths of Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, who were once FBI officials engaged in an extramarital affair and exchanging anti-Trump thoughts through text.

Strzok, who worked on the Mueller investigation for a time, described the investigation as an “insurance policy” in case Trump won the 2016 presidential election in one conversation.

The messages exchanged between Page and Strzok are now being brought to life by Dean Cain (playing Strzok) and Kristy Swanson (playing Page) in “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers” The play is written by Phelim McAleer (“Gosnell”).

“‘FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers,’ is completely accurate,” Cain tells Bizpac Review in an exclusive interview. “In fact, the project was written by the actual participants. We are using their own words, not hyperbole or supposition. If it feels politically damning, then that’s on the authors themselves.”

“Lovebirds” has already felt blowback for its decision to make truth the center of its story — which is a big no-no when it comes to anything related to the Mueller investigation.

The original venue that was going to host the play backed out at the last minute citing “security concerns.” Producers McAleer and Ann McElhinney bit back in a video calling the decision politically motivated.

Swanson has received death threats for her involvement in the play.

“Lovebirds” is currently raising funds on Indiegogo and anyone is free to donate before it premieres.

Blowback is nothing new for conservative stars in today’s Hollywood though. Cain is used to pushback and he says a lot of times it likely happens behind closed doors in the entertainment business.

“I haven’t personally felt any biteback from Hollywood, but that’s not how Hollywood works. It’s much more underhanded than that. It’s more of a stab you in the back, than a full frontal assault. I’m sure there has been plenty of biteback behind closed doors — and perhaps that has caused me to miss a number of opportunities, but I wouldn’t change a thing,” the “Lois and Clark” star says.

Photos of Cain and Swanson rehearing for the play have been posted to Twitter in anticipation of the play’s premiere:

D.C. will be hit with a much-needed dose of truth when it comes to the Mueller investigation this week in the form of “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers.” Now is the perfect time to remind people of the exact lunacy that has been at the center of the Mueller investigation from the beginning.

The “FBI: Lovebirds” performance will take place on Thursday evening, June 13, in the amphitheater at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. The play will be uploaded to YouTube following the performance.

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