The social media accused Sacha Baron Cohen of crashing down the March Of Our Rights 3 rally in Olympia, Washington on June 27. The actor went undercover at the right-wing militia event and sang a racist song, and the crowd joined him and it appeared as if everybody sang in the choir.
Cohen sang, “Dr. Fauci, what we gonna do? Inject him with the Wuhan flu… Hilary Clinton, what we gonna do? Lock her up like we used to do., WHO, what we gotta do? Chop ’em up like the Saudis do!”
He hired a security team so that nobody can cut-off him mid-song. However, the 3 % rally attendees, who are die-hard Trump supporters, sang along with Cohen till the last words. “Sleepy Biden Joe is a wussy, he couldn’t be seen grabbin’ em by the p****!,” the lyrics continued.
Sacha Baron Cohen Olympia WA Far-Right Militia Event
Matt Marshall, a former founder of the 3 Percenters in Washington, released a statement on Twitter which solely targets Cohen for infiltrating the right-wing event with the help of a company Back To Work U.S.A.
“They wanted to bring in some bands, have some music, give us a nice stage, set it up, amp it better,” Marshall said. “It felt a little weird but then started paying for stuff like port-a-potties, stage rentals, [and] barriers.”
“We tried to get on the stage to kick the band off. They had all the security around the stage, was then blocking us from getting to the stage… All the security turned on us. We bum-rushed them, got through security, unplugged the mic, got the guy off the stage, and they jumped into an ambulance with lights and sirens on to get out of here.”
Marshall held Democratic Party & Washington Governor Jay Inslee accountable for the controversy. He said, “They spent a lot of money to make us look bad. I bet you if you follow the strings this goes directly goes back to the Washington State Democratic Party.” See Sacha Baron Cohen Olympia WA 3% racist song prank video below.
Sacha Baron Cohen Olympia WA Prank Song Video
It is one of Baron’s greatest prank after he sang “Throw The Jew Down The Well” in Arizona County.
Yelm Council Member Held Cohen Accountable For Interrupting The Rally
Prior to the video of Sacha Baron Cohen Olympia Washington “March for Our Rights 3” prank video surfaced online, Yelm City Council Member James Connor Blair posted on his FB, “Cohen pulled a stunt at the March for Our Rights 3 Event,” and went on to describe a similar tale which happened to Marshall.
“He came on stage disguised as the lead singer of the last band, singing a bunch of racist, hateful, disgusting (expletive),” Blair continued. “His security blocked event organizers from getting him off the stage or pulling power from the generator. After the crowd realized what he was saying, and turned on him, his security then rushed the stage and evacuated them to a waiting private ambulance that was contracted to be their escape transport.”
Cohen Tricked Politicians & Celebrities in TV Series – Who is America?
Sacha Cohen is best known for putting people in awkward positions with his disgusting pranks, similar to the stuff he did in Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006), and in the TV series Who is America? (2018).
People did not believe that the interviews with Cohen’s character would air on TV in the first place but the controversial series aired, and all the people punked by Cohen were awestruck.
In an episode, Cohen featured as fictional Colonel Erran Morad and asked Jason Spencer, a Republican Georgia State Lawmaker to remove his clothes and repeatedly say the “n-word.” Spencer announced retirement after the episode aired.
Sacha’s Olympia stunt at the far-right might appear a hilarious joke or could be an excerpt of the upcoming Who is America Season 2 for the character of Alan Swinney. However, speaking to The Olympia, the actor expressed unhappiness for the interruption. “I swore an oath to the Constitution and people’s constitutional rights get violated at conservative rallies. I just make sure that doesn’t happen.”
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