Sacha Baron Cohen Pranks Conservative Rally Into Singing Racist Lyrics – Variety

Sacha Baron Cohen has made his latest prank.

Variety can confirm the comedian and protagonist of the political satire “Who Is America?” He infiltrated a conservative rally in Washington on Saturday, took the stage, and managed to get some people in the crowd to sing racist lyrics about President Obama, Hillary Clinton, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the “Wuhan Flu.”

The demonstration, titled “March for our Rights 3,” was organized by Washington Three Percenters, a right-wing militia organization, on Saturday. According to the social media posts of the event organizers, Baron Cohen disguised himself as the leader of a political action committee that wanted to sponsor the demonstration. He brought his own security team in that prevented the organizers from taking him off the stage once he started singing and turned off the microphone.

Once on stage and in disguise, Baron Cohen performed a song with a band and members of the crowd repeated the words to him. The lyrics mention injecting Obama, Clinton and Fauci with the “Wuhan flu” and cutting off members of the World Health Organization “like the Saudis do.”

“Obama, what shall we do? Inject it with the Wuhan flu. Hillary Clinton, what shall we do? Lock her up like we used to do. Fauci doesn’t know her head from her ass. Must be smoking weed. I am not lying, they are not jokes. Corona is a liberal deception. Dr. Fauci, what shall we do? Inject it with the Wuhan flu. WHO, what will we do? Cut them like the Saudis do, ”sang Baron Cohen.

Baron Cohen has made a career out of pranking unwitting victims to do and say embarrassing things on camera. In the first season of “Who is America?” He joked around with Bernie Sanders, Dick Cheney, Jill Stein, Roy Moore, and OJ Simpson.

Showtime has yet to formally renew or cancel the satirical show, leading many fans to wonder if this joke will be featured in a possible second season. Showtime representatives did not respond to VarietyRequest for comments at the time of publication.