Sacha Baron Cohen Tricks Gun Rights Activist Into Sucking Sex Toy to Fight Terrorism in Latest TV Dupe

Dan Roberts is the latest right-winger to humiliate himself on camera in Sacha Baron Cohen's "Who Is America?"

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British actor Sacha Baron Cohen has once again punked right-wing America spectacularly on his show, "Who Is America?" This time, his mark — pro-gun activist Dan Roberts — was tricked into aggressively sucking a sex toy on camera.

Roberts, who is the founder of Youth Shooters of America and who has accused the Parkland shooting survivors of "emotional blackmail," was being instructed on how to survive being captured by terrorist militants, with Cohen disguised as his Israeli anti-terror expert character, Erran Morad.

Cohen explained to Roberts that in order to survive a beheading, it was necessary to attack "the groin area" of the terrorist, because, "Do you want to have somebody remove your manhood?"

Cohen, now wearing a dildo strapped to his crotch, ordered Roberts to bite down on the dildo and not release it no matter what. Which Roberts proceeded to do.

Cohen has managed to get right-wing activists and politicians to say and do completely insane things for the camera using his "Morad" character.

In one episode, Cohen used this disguise along with a teleprompter to get several prominent Republicans, including Reps. Joe Wilson and Dana Rohrabacher, former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, former Rep. Joe Walsh, Gun Owners of America president Larry Pratt, and Virginia Citizens Defense League president Philip Van Cleave, to endorse a fictional program called "KinderGuardians," which would allegedly train certain competent four-year-olds to carry firearms in classrooms to prevent school shootings.

In another episode, Cohen used the persona to persuade Georgia state Rep. Jason Spencer to scream the N-word and drop his pants on camera, on the pretense this would deter terrorists. He was promptly forced to resign from office.

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Matthew Chapman is a video game designer, science fiction author, and political reporter from Austin, TX. Follow him on Twitter @fawfulfan.