Sacha Baron Cohen Convinces Gun Rights Activist to Bite Down on Dildo to Fight Terrorism

"Nobody move! Drop your weapons. Stay cool," a gun-rights activist screams with a strap-on sex toy in his mouth on this week's "Who Is America?"

Sacha Baron Cohen targeted high-profile conservative political figures Corey Lewandowski and Sheriff David Clarke on Sunday's "Who Is America?" but his real conquest was pro-gun activist Daniel Roberts, who has made numerous media appearances opposing any kind of gun legislation in response to mass shootings.

Once again capitalizing on the conservative fears of an impending terror attack, Cohen appeared as former Mossad agent Erran Morad and successfully convinced the founder of Youth Shooters of America to get on his knees and chomp down on a rubber strap-on dildo attached to Cohen's waist.

The jaw-dropping, no doubt humiliating prank came under the guise of Roberts learning how to survive a beheading by attacking a terrorist's "only vulnerable point," the groin.

"Do you want to have someone remove your manhood?" Cohen's Morad asked his guest, and that got Roberts in the mood to comply with the ridiculous "training" exercise.

When Cohen gave Roberts the cue, he bit the bait with vigor.

"Nobody move! Drop your weapons. Stay cool. Everybody to the outside," the man screamed with a flesh-colored fake penis in his mouth. "Don't follow us or you're next!"

Roberts even threatened the imaginary terrorists in the room that he could fit two penises in his mouth.

Priceless.

Much like Cohen's Joe Arpaio prank on last week's episode, he appeared as fake Finnish YouTuber OMGWhizzBoyOMG to interview David Clarke. The highlight was comparing the public clashes between white supremacists and anti-fascist group antifa to public demonstrations in 1930s Germany as Adolf Hitler built his loyal Nazi following. Clarke did not take the opportunity to condemn the Nazis in this hypothetical scenario.

"If you were a sheriff in the 30s in Germany and the anti-fascists were marching, the antifa were marching, what would you have done to stop them?" Cohen asked.

"You have to act aggressively. You use force to disperse the crowd, you have to be willing to arrest people, take them to jail," he said.

"Exactly, it’s a shame there weren’t brave sheriffs like you around in Germany in the ’30s. Because you could have protected the fascists and let them speak their mind a bit clearer. And then things could have been done a bit quicker," Cohen said.

Echoing President Trump's controversial "blame on both sides" response to the chaos that broke out at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville around this time last year, Clark said, "You don’t want to take sides when you say, ‘protect the fascists.'"

Meanwhile, Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski didn't really take any of the bait thrown his way by Cohen's conspiracy theorist character Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., who pressed the political strategist on Trump's reaction to Charlottesville. See some of their exchange, that aired on the one-year anniversary of the Nazi rally, below.

COHEN: With Charlottesville, where people attacked our president, why should the president pick a side between anti-fascists and fascists? He's the president of all people.

LEWANDOWSKI: There is a place and a time to disagree with all people, everywhere, okay? You don't have to agree with people. You have to respect them, you can't be attacking them."

COHEN: Exactly, you can't be attacking honest, fascist people who just want to express their right to start a genocide. That is their right.

LEWANDOWSKI: Look, I don't know about that ... but what I do know is this: If the law says that people can do a peaceful protest, then they should be allowed to do that.

Watch it for yourself below:

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