Thursday, 22 November, 2018

Borat returns to "help Trump win the election"

Borat Dupes Donald Trump Supporters: 'I'm A Racist. It Is Nice.' Borat makes glorious return to expose Trump voters
Adrian Cunningham | 07 November, 2018, 23:01

Before he started to go door-to-door to spread the good word of Trump, he said, "Russia interfere with the presidential election....but now, all eyes are on them".

The skit saw Borat vowing to tamper with the electorate's midterm elections, declaring "it's up to Kazakhstan to swing the election for Premier Trump" and knocking over a "polling place" sign.

On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Borat chose to participate in this year's midterm elections by canvassing for Donald Trump and the GOP in Los Angeles.

In one scene, having been invited into the home of a Trump supporter, he asks: 'Who are the fake news who say that [Trump] is not a racist?'

"I'm a racist, it is nice", said Borat.

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Borat drove the conversation with three voters on a variety of, er, touchy subjects, such as immigration policy and whether the President is a racist.

Borat first knocks on a woman's door and is stunned to find it is not against the law for her to vote. He then speaks about the "fake news" reports that Mexican children are being put in cages, getting her to high-five the fact.

Yesterday's big midterm elections in the United States were billed as being one of the most significant polls in the country's recent history - so of course, Borat got involved.

Cohen ended the piece by saying, "Back to you now, Jimmy, you liberal elitist Hollywood bubble globalist Jew mouthpiece".

It doesn't feel like it was 12 YEARS AGO that Sacha Baron Cohen released Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan upon the cinema-going public, instantly creating an iconic character with the most one-liners this side of Austin Powers.