Sacha Baron Cohen trolls far-right event disguised as bluegrass singer

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

According to effect of Sound, after the song's performance, he emerged dressed as a reporter and interviewed organizers of the rally about what had just happened.

In a YouTube video taken from the rally, the comedian can be seen wearing overalls and a thick ginger beard while taking the stage the "March for Our Rights 3" rally to lead the crowd of around 500 people in a racist singalong. At one point, Cohen says that we should inject Barack Obama with the "Wuhan Flu" and even has some disparaging words for those in Saudi Arabia.

The Washington state news outlet The Olympian reports that Baron Cohen crashed the rally of the alt-right militia group the Washington Three Percenters while in disguise. / Inject him with the Wuhan flu / Hillary Clinton, what we gonna do? "Hillary Clinton, what we gonna do?" Lock her up like we used to do.

After the performance, Cohen reportedly came back disguised as a camera man. / Inject him with the Wuhan flu / World Health Organization, what we gonna do?

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.

Cohen's latest comedy figure also convinced the crowd to sing about journalists and how they should "chop them up like the Saudis do" - a reference to the death of Jamal Khashoggi, who was assassinated at the Saudi consulate in Turkey in 2018.

The councilman also added that the crowd actually turned on Cohen, and that security "whisked him away in a waiting ambulance".

It's been two years since Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series Who Is America convinced Sarah Palin, radio host Joe Walsh, and other right wing personalities to do interviews with some of Cohen's characters. He brought his own security team who prevented organizers from kicking him off stage once he began singing and turning off the power to his microphone.



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