Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Sarah Palin for new show

Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Sarah Palin for new show

As news of Sacha Baron Cohen's secret new TV series spreads, more and more political scum are realizing that they too were duped by the comedian.

"Out of respect for what I was led to believe would be a thoughtful discussion with someone who had served in uniform, I sat through a long "interview" full of Hollywoodism's disrespect and sarcasm - but finally had enough and literally, physically removed my mic and walked out", Palin wrote.

Showtime had no comment, per usual.

On Twitter, Ruddick posted an open letter to Palin saying he never said he was a military veteran as Palin claimed, but rather "I was in the service - not military, but United Parcel, and I only fought for my country once - when I shot a Mexican who came onto my property".

It's yet to be seen exactly what Baron Cohen did to Palin, but we'll be closer to finding out when Who Is America? hits Australian screens on Stan this Sunday.

"But ma'am, I do believe you have been hit by a bullshit grenade and are now bleedin' FAKE NEWS", Sacha wrote referencing the 2013 SNL skit in which Tina Fey joked that Sarah said "I can see Russian Federation from my house", the uproar over whether or not President Obama was a US citizen, and of course Donald Trump's idea that the media spews lies.

Today, Moore said in a statement that he accepted an expenses-paid trip to Washington in February, ostensibly to receive an award for supporting Israel. Ya' got me, Sacha.

Last Tuesday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took to Facebook to vent her anger that she, too, was fooled by the comedian, who she claims interviewed her under the guise of a disabled army veteran. Child molestation is apparently OK, however.

"If Showtime airs a defamatory attack on my character, I may very well be involved in another", he wrote. "I'm ready to defend her again!"

Former U.S. Republican congressman Joe Walsh, now a conservative talk radio host, said he was persuaded to do an interview on Israel.

"It was I that interviewed you", Ruddick's note reads.

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