Sacha Baron Cohen Infiltrates Gun Rights Rally Posing as Racist Country Singer 2
Chris Pizzello Invision APBen Kew28 Jun 2020
29 June, 2020, 23:40
Comic Sacha Baron Cohen has sensationally trolled a right wing group in the USA during one of their rallies.
However in a post in their official Facebook page the group said: 'We were appalled at the performance of an entertainer adorned in clown-face, who - much to our group's mutual repugnance - voiced a series of racist and antisemitic jokes and songs, while on the stand.... we disavow any affiliation with this lamentable individual'. Cohen showed up to the right-wing militia event in Olympia, Washington dressed as a country singer before leading the crowd in a hateful, racist song.
The event in question was billed as a "March for Our Rights 3" organized by a group known as the Washington Three Percenters, who came up with the idea as a response to the "March For Our Lives" gun control movement that swept America in 2019.
"Obama, what we gonna do, inject him with the Wuhan flu".
According to a video of an event organizer, Baron Cohen had posed as a political-action committee leader and had provided funding, security, and a new performer to the event.
The lyrics addressed former president Barack Obama, called out "mask wearers", called coronavirus the "Wuhan Flu", and was blatantly racist towards Chinese and Japanese people. Hillary Clinton what we gonna do, lock her up like we used to do.
Camera IconSacha Baron Cohen in disguise as a video journalist. "W H O what we gonna do, Chop them up like the Saudis do".
Baron Cohen was honored a year ago by the Anti-Defamation League because of his record of using humor to fight hate, including through his Showtime series "Who is America?" which satirizes American politics.
The councilman also claimed the crowd turned on Cohen and security whisked him away in a waiting ambulance. He also said, "His security blocked event organizers from getting him off the stage, or pulling power from the generator".
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