Dean Cain, Kristy Swanson to Star in Upcoming 'Obamagate' Film

Nick Kangadis | September 14, 2020
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On the heels of multiple performances over the last year or so, it looks as though the true story of messages sent between former FBI agent Peter Strzok and his “flame” Lisa Page will be part of a new movie set to be released on YouTube for free in “early October.”

The upcoming film “Obamagate” will star “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” actor Dean Cain as Strzok and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” actress Kristy Swanson as Page. The movie, which will reportedly be shot like the recent “Hamilton” release, was created for the stage by “Fracknation” and "The Gosnell Movie” filmmaker Phelim McAleer. Actor John James of "Dynasty" fame will be portraying former FBI Director James Comey.

McAleer and his wife and fellow filmmaker Ann McElhinney say they simply want to give people the truth in the face of another upcoming movie by Showtime, “The Comey Rule,” which is based off of Comey’s book, “A Higher Loyalty.”

“This is a movie that will show the truth about the deep state and how they tried to take down President Trump — how they destroyed and politicized the FBI,” McAleer said in a YouTube video. “And the great thing is, it’s all in their own words — in Peter Strzok and Lisa Page’s text messages. It’s in Comey tweets. It’s in Comey’s memos.”

To his own credit, Cain deems the text massages between Strzok and Page as “damning.”

“If you wanted to tell a story with just one perspective, you can do anything you want and you can change people’s perceptions of what took place,” Cain said in a statement, according to Fox News. “When you do something verbatim, the words are there and it’s pretty darn clear. The verbatim texts themselves are damning.”

Much like past projects of McAleer, “Obamagate” will be grassroots funded. As of this writing, the film’s website states that funding is at over 23 percent of its stated goal of $150,000.

H/T: Townhall

For McAleer and McElhinney’s message about the upcoming film, watch below:

 

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