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

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

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

Certainly, it would comfortably sit with the rest of the material on Cohen's Who Is America? political satire series. "Hillary Clinton what we gonna do/Lock her up like we used to do/W H O what we gonna do/Chop them up like the Saudis do". Cohen also reportedly posed as a cameraman who filmed the rally organizer's response to the stunt.

The country twang continues: "Fauci don't know his head from his ass". Dr. Fauci, what we gonna do? In the clip below, Cohen gets up on stage dressed as a bluegrass singer and begins belting out a pretty obscene song. WHO, what we gonna do?

In a video that is breaking the Internet, comedian Sacha Baron Cohen can be seen singing racist lyrics at a rally organised by a right-wing militia group, The Washington State Three Percenters. An organizer of the Washington 3% group says a late donation from a California group is why the sing-along happened.

The Saturday rally was a gathering of "constitutionalist" factions like the Washington Three Percent, which, as NPR noted in an interview with its founder, is associated with "the far-right Patriot and militia movement" as well as other groups that extremism trackers have placed in the anti-government category. Cohen also had his own security on hand to prevent anyone from pulling the plug while he was onstage, and to ensure his safety if attendees caught on. Whatever the case, it's always hilarious whenever Baron Cohen pops up out of nowhere to deservedly troll the alt-right.

"He came on stage disguised as the lead singer of the last band, singing a bunch of racist, hateful, disgusting s**t", local City Councilman James Blair wrote on Facebook.

After organisers cottoned on to the stunt, they attempted to take him off stage and unplug the power, but Cohen was one step ahead with a team of security guarding the generator. "It was a set up, and smack in the face of the great people who put on this event".