Sacha Baron Cohen Infiltrates Gun Rights Rally Posing as Racist Country Singer

Sacha Baron Cohen Infiltrates Right-Wing Militia Event With Shocking Racist Sing-Along

He claims once the crowd realized what was going on, they turned on him but video shows some folks singing along throughout, though festival organizers naturally claim those people were plants by Cohen's team. "Inject them with the Wuhan flu or chop 'em up like the Saudis do".

The rally, which was billed as "March for Our Rights 3", took place at Olympia's Heritage Park and drew a crowd of about 500, Washington State Patrol troopers told The Olympian. "Hillary Clinton, what we gonna do?"

"Obama, what we gonna do, inject him with the Wuhan flu". Hillary Clinton what we gonna do, lock her up like we used to do.

Cohen, according to organisers of the event, was a late sponsor of the rally and offered up to hire his own personal security. WHO, what we gonna do?

The Washington State Three Percenters deny the usual portrayal of them being a milita, but say they want to "rein in an overreaching government and push back against tyranny" and sells military armour on its website.

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Then he began singing a catchy song whose lyrics included racist language and antisemitic conspiracy theories popular among far-right extremists. And we tried to find the production manager immediately.

And apparently, the crowd did get wise to the act, but not before they were soundly humiliated with the widely-recorded singalong and a separate instance where Baron Cohen snuck in under a different disguise. He was dressed as a country singer and led the group in a round of racist lyrics (see below).

"Who Is America?" is a political satire series that saw Baron Cohen appear in multiple characters and often duped politicians including former Vice President Dick Cheney, Sarah Palin, Bernie Sanders, Ted Koppel, Howard Dean, disgraced Senate candidate Roy Moore and ex-congressman Joe Walsh to appear and often make themselves look bad.

And if you can't get enough of this, Cohen's performance in full has been added to YouTube by some of his eager fans.

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