Actor Dean Cain: ‘I’m Really Happy’ To See List Of Unmaskers Names – ‘Witch-Hunt’ Is ‘Unraveling Now’


“All this stuff is unraveling now, like I always expected and hoped it would,” actor Dean Cain said in a recent  ‘Trump Team’ You Tube video interview with President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump.

“I called it a witch-hunt from the very beginning. I’m not saying I was before the president; I’m sure he said it first. But, it looked like a witch-hunt from the very beginning. It didn’t make any sense to me. The idea that they were colluding with Russia was just ridiculous,” Cain said.

“I think, having played (FBI Agent) Peter Strzok and been exposed to a lot of his text messages and watched him and paying attention to him. I think he thought he was doing the right thing. I think he thought he was being a ‘super American’, if you will - and he was doing the exact opposite," the former Superman actor (Lois & Clark) added.

"They were flouting the law, and I’m really happy to see Acting DNI Grenell put out all the names of the unmaskers. All this stuff is unraveling now, like I always expected and hoped it would.

It’s just terrifying that, If Pres. Trump had not been elected, all of this stuff would’ve been swept under the rug. And, Clapper and Brennen and Comey would continue to tout their wonderful, spotless records, when they were incredibly corrupt. And, it was from the top down. It wasn’t from the everyday FBI agent.”

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