The act continues in Washington with true Hollywood actors making a ‘guest appearance’ at a press briefing Monday afternoon, contributing to the White House political act.

As if demonstrating the White House is indeed a fake show, five actors from the show Ted Lasso stood behind Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre to highlight mental health, an apparent theme of the second and third seasons of the show.

As the briefing began, a journalist caused a commotion, yelling at Pierre that she is “making a mockery of the First Amendment.”

The outspoken reporter, Simon Ateba, is the Chief White House Correspondent for Today News Africa. As a guest on Tucker Carlson’s show, Ateba has highlighted the blatant discrimination he faces at the White House because he asks the hard questions that confront the hypocrisy of the administration. 

After the actors exited, Pierre took an opportunity to scold Ateba for his audacity to be the only true journalist in the room – also known as confronting Pierre with tough questions.

“What has just occurred this last 10-15 minutes is unacceptable. So we’re either going to continue the briefing or we can just end the briefing right here,” Pierre rebuked. 

This is not China or Russia, Ateba explained, emphasizing the value of the First Amendment. He suggested Pierre not discriminate against reporters that the administration doesn’t agree with. 

He’s now expected to be on Tucker Carlson Monday night. 

“These press conferences are nothing more than circus performances. I guess it is only fitting that we have a “curtain call” for the actors to “take a bow,” a Twitter user responded to the guest appearances. 

When the actors were present, the show’s main star, Jason Sudeikis, explained that Biden is working on mental health resources with his team, joking that “his team is real, our team is make-believe.”

But with the Hollywood elites merging with the political elite, which team is indeed real?

The way our country is headed indicates maybe neither ‘team’ is honestly for the American people.

Maybe it’s all just one bogus act.