Sacha Baron Cohen Gets Corey Lewandowski To Defend Neo-Nazis

Sacha Baron Cohen Gets Corey Lewandowski To Defend Neo-Nazis

Sacha Baron Cohen Gets Corey Lewandowski To Defend Neo-Nazis

"You have to respect them and you can't be attacking them", Lewandowski said of neo-Nazis, according to The Daily Beast.

Cohen also baited other prominent Trump supporters in the episode, including Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who claimed that he wouldn't have liked to "take sides" if he was asked to dispense a group of fascists in 1930s Germany.

Members of Antifa clashed with far-right protesters in the deadly Charlottesville, Virginia rally past year, which led to the death of Heather Heyer, 32.

Heyer was killed after she was hit by a auto driven by an OH man that plowed into a crowd of counterprotesters, including Heyer, who had showed up in support of the removal of a Confederate statue in Virginia.

The Hill reports that Cohen disguised himself as Israeli terror expert Erran Morad and asked Roberts if his organization, Youth Shooters of America, was about "shooting youth for sport". This time, it is the highly controversial Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke.

"Look, I don't know about that", said Lewandowski, "but what I do know is this: If the law says that people can do a peaceful protest, then they should be allowed to do that". "When you start trashing building..."

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Clarke doesn't quite finish his sentence, before "Whizzboy" moves the interview along.

Cohen's character, who "unboxes" toys in a YouTube show, suddenly interrupted Clarke to show off an unboxed toy called "Mackenzie Maple Donut", to which he made Clarke explain why the toy shouldn't join Antifa. 'They support killing police officers, they support disorder'.

To which Clarke explained that no one wants to "take sides".

Cohen's character, OMGWhizzBoyOMG, first asked Clarke to describe anti-fascist protestors to him, and the conversation culminated with Clarke saying that "you don't want to take sides" over 1930s Nazism.

Sacha Baron Cohen has proven he's got a talent for getting conservatives to say some pretty outrageous things on TV, and his latest target is one-time Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. 'Particularly not in Germany in the 30s'.

'In the works over the past year, the seven-episode series explores the diverse individuals who populate our unique nation, and features Baron Cohen experimenting in the playground of 2018 America, ' Showtimes says.

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