Sacha Baron Cohen fires back at Sarah Palin

Postado Julho 13, 2018

Showtime has said the seven-episode series from the "Borat" star will "explore the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate our unique nation". But what we do know is that he's been interviewing various hacks, pundits, and even a former vice president in disguise as a new character he's created.

In a letter Sacha a.k.a. Dr. Ruddick (the character Sarah claims was dressed as a Vet) addressed Sarah by saying "I did NOT say I was a war Vet. He was asking her absurd, racist, homophobic, and sexist questions that were all meant to mock Trump voters as a bunch of ignorant and offensive kooks", a source close to Palin with knowledge of the interview told Breitbart News.

"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.

In a statement, Moore said that he was tricked into participating in Cohen's series after he was invited to receive an award for his "strong support of Israel".

Cohen reportedly dressed up like a disabled USA veteran to interview Palin, who walked out when she was asked a question about Chelsea Clinton. It's worth noting that Cohen is Jewish.

"I join a long list of American public personalities who have fallen victim to the evil, exploitive, sick "humor" of the British "comedian" Sacha Baron Cohen, enabled and sponsored by CBS/Showtime", she wrote. Child molestation is apparently OK, however. "If Showtime airs a defamatory attack on my character, I may very well be involved in another", Moore said. "I sat down and we started talking pro-Israel stuff, Israeli defense, and then out of left field the interviewer starts talking about how children should defend themselves against terrorist attacks", Walsh recalled. Walsh also called for a boycott of Showtime, a unit of CBS.