Sacha Baron Cohen also duped Roy Moore

Sacha Baron Cohen also duped Roy Moore

The former Republican vice presidential candidate says she fell victim to British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen during an interview for his upcoming Showtime series, "Who Is America?".

She said she stayed for the interview "out of respect for what I was led to believe would be a thoughtful discussion with someone who had served in uniform".

She is challenging Baron Cohen and Showtime to donate proceeds from the show to a veterans' charity.

"I did not know Sacha Cohen or that a Showtime TV series was being planned to embarrass, humiliate, and mock not only Israel, but also religious conservatives such as Sarah Palin, Joe Walsh, and Dick Cheney", he said.

Palin took to Facebook earlier this week to reveal she was tricked into sitting down with Cohen's alter ego.

Cohen responded to Palin's outrage and challenge in a sarcastic tweet Thursday that was made in the character of the interviewer.


At that time he was a private citizen and did not have staff to vet the interview.

'It was occurring to me, whatever this show is, whatever this interview really is, is all about humiliation and devaluing middle class Americans, whom I represent, ' explained Palin. "Mocking vets, belittling the disabled, stereotyping sufferers of mental illness, spewing disdain for America's heartland and our collective work ethic and patriotism... all rewarded in the City of Angels that fell so far".

He also said "I have always admired you for telling the truth about Obama's birth certificate and the location of Russian Federation".

"You used to hunt the most risky animals in the country, like wolves and people on welfare", the statement concluded.

The few names that we know have been duped by Cohen for Who Is America? are pretty big, but we'll have to wait until the first episode airs July 15 before we see exactly how they are portrayed and if there any more juicy interviews.

"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.

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