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Showtime chief says risk paid off with Sacha Baron Cohen TV show

Congressman still showing off bogus pro-Israel award from Sacha Baron Cohen Disgraced Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio told Sacha Baron Cohen he'd accept oral sex from Donald Trump
Adrian Cunningham | 10 August, 2018, 05:48

On an episode of 'Who Is America?', Republican Party Politician Roy Moore, who was accused of paedophilia and sexual misconduct when he was running for Alabama Senate.

In the episode, Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio agreed to be the guest on a freaky talk show hosted by a Finnish YouTuber OMGWhizzBoyOMG (played by Cohen).

The Republican served as metro Phoenix's sheriff for 24 years until his defeat in 2016 as he faced a criminal contempt of court charge for disobeying a judge's orders in an immigration case. However, he was let off the hook when President Trump issued his first ever presidential pardon to Arpaio in August 2017.

The end segment, however, is the part making the rounds on the internet Monday where Arpaio is tricked into saying he "may have to" accept oral sex from the president. Arpaio clearly heard Cohen say that, but continued with the interview anyway, where things took a turn toward the kinky when Cohen began asking Arpaio questions about Donald Trump and their relationship with each other.

The longtime Trump supporter is trailing rivals U.S. Rep. Martha McSally and Dr. Kelli Ward, a former state senator, in most polls.

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"Delicious Donut, you have to understand that you have to follow the Constitution and the law and allow people to have guns", Arpaio said. "I've been collecting them for the upcoming race war".

Arpaio and Cohen also entered into a discussion about gun control, with the OMGWhizzBoyOMG enthusiastically "unboxing" a Shopkins toy while rambling about taking away guns from bad guys and bragging about his own extensive firearm collection.

Arpaio appeared surprised by the answer, but no further reaction from him was shown during the four-minute segment.

That's not a firm commitment to renew it - Sacha Baron Cohen probably has to go to the ends of the Earth to find the cutting-edge prosthetics he'll need to bamboozle high-powered cultural leaders at this point, and he'd likely want to let the dust settle from the upcoming midterm elections - but Nevins' gushing over Cohen's feat nearly certainly means the two parties are figuring out how to make another one happen.