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

Lawrence Kim
June 30, 2020

Marshall claimed that when Cohen began performing "an incredibly racist song", members of the 3 Percenters attempted to pull him off stage.

He began singing a song crammed with lyrics reflecting far-right conspiracies and talking points: from the coronavirus being a hoax, to it being created in a Wuhan lab, through to the infamous "lock her up" chants directed at Hillary Clinton during the 2016 USA presidential election. 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 lyrics mentioned injecting Obama, Clinton and Fauci with the "Wuhan flu" and chopping up members of the World Health Organization "like the Saudis do". Over the weekend, Cohen - under a few different guises throughout the day - infiltrated an a rally, "March For Our Rights 3", held by alt-right group Washington Three Percenters on Saturday in Olympia, Washington. "Hillary Clinton, what we gonna do? W H O what we gonna do, Chop them up like the Saudis do".

Before that, The Daily Beast reports Cohen showed up as a PAC leader who wanted to sponsor the rally, joined by a large entourage.

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

The councilman went on to allege that Cohen was whisked away in a "private ambulance that was contracted to be their escape route" after the crowd caught on and turned on him.

Baron Cohen was honored previous year 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.

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.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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