The former Vice Presidential candidate revealed she flew across the USA to be interviewed by a disabled veteran, who, spoiler alert, looked a lot like a "heavily disguised" Cohen, "fake wheelchair and all".
'Yup - we were duped. "Ya" got me, Sacha", Sarah writes.
Only, her disabled vet was really a "heavily disguised" Cohen using a "fake wheelchair" - and their thoughtful discussion was apparently so "perverse", Palin removed her mic and walked out.More news: China vows retaliation for US$200B USA tariff threat
Palin says she and one of her daughters were met by a man she assumes was Baron Cohen, who was heavily disguised as a bogus USA military veteran and in a wheelchair.
But she added this twist: She challenged them to donate all proceeds to a charity that "actually respects and supports American vets". "Truly sick", she wrote. Palin noted the decision to pose as a wounded veteran was a disrespectful choice on Cohen's part. Cohen, she said, "had heavily disguised himself" as a disabled wheelchair-bound USA veteran.
Matt Drudge, founder of conservative blog The Drudge Report, tweeted on Monday from his personal account that Cohen's show will feature interviews with political figures from both sides of the aisle, including Bernie Sanders.
"Ali G" star Baron Cohen, who was born in Britain, is famous for his characters and comedic antics, often disguising himself for sit-downs with unsuspecting interviewees. This time for CBS/SHOWTIME.
The politician stamped her statement with a scathing sentence: "By the way, my daughter thinks you're a piece of ****, Sacha".More news: American woman killed in Mexico after U.S. issues travel warnings
Sunday, the British comedian is launching a new half-hour series, "Who Is America?".
Meanwhile, Fox News anchor Shannon Bream had to make changes to a scheduled show from the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court due to threats from peaceful, tolerant liberals, and NBC News just can't stop with the epic screw-ups.
Somehow the comedian scored an interview with former Vice President Dick Cheney for Who Is America?
It was revealed on Monday the show - titled Who is America? - would explore "diverse individuals" in the USA "across the political and cultural spectrum".More news: Croatia President wins hearts at the World Cup