Sacha Baron Cohen Disguised As an Immigrant Gets Called Out By Gun Store Owner


Actor and serial con-artist Sacha Baron Cohen is a clown in more ways than one.

Long gone are the days when Cohen was tearing up the box office with his surprise smash hit, “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.”

Cohen has been making the rounds recently by attempting to troll Republicans by masquerading as different characters, who are posed to seem somewhat sympathetic and sometimes naive.

But one gun store owner in Riverside, Calif. wasn't fooled. 

It was just made public that Cohen tried to pull the wool over the eyes of Warrior One Guns & Ammo store owner Norris Sweidan back in February of 2017. Needless to say, Sweidan wasn’t impressed by Cohen’s amateur-esque attempt.

“Once I knew it was Borat, we already know his game and his bull****,” Sweidan told Bill Melugin of Fox 11 - Los Angeles. “So we knew he’s here to make a mockery, and of what? Gun owners? The gun business, gun shops?”

Here’s video of the story:


Cohen has recently come under fire for posing as a disabled U.S. veteran in order to procure an interview with former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.

Cohen’s new Showtime show “Who Is America?” is yet another ploy by the Hollywood Communistic Cult to discredit anyone who doesn’t fall in lockstep with their radical ideology. This is exactly the type of thing I always talk about when it comes to the sick minds inhabiting Tinsel Town. Cohen has just taken it a step further by using propaganda in order to spread propaganda.

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