Republican politicians endorse gun program for four-year-olds on Sacha Baron Cohen's show

Jun 25, 2023, 4:14 AM

Republican politicians endorse gun program for four-year-olds on Sacha Baron Cohen's show

The political divide in the United States has reached new heights as a shocking new policy proposal has emerged from Republican lawmakers. On Sacha Baron Cohen's new comedy series 'Who is America?' the British comedian introduced his latest character, Israeli anti-terrorist expert Col Erran Morad, to some of America's most prominent conservative figures. The result? An endorsement of a gun program for four-year-olds.

During Sunday's premiere, former congressman Joe Walsh, former Senator Trent Lott, California congressman Dana Rohrabacher, and South Carolina Congressman Joe Wilson were all persuaded by Morad to back a new initiative dubbed "kinder-guardians". According to the character, the program is aimed at providing firearms for children between the ages of four and twelve, offering military-grade training that includes both pistol and rifle usage.

The politicians featured in the episode are no strangers to controversy with Rohrabacher, Walsh, and Wilson all being identified as far-right figures. They were joined by Senator Bernie Sanders, whose appearance on the show has caused a stir amongst his supporters.

The episode has sparked fierce debate across social media, with many condemning the political figures for their support of the gun program. However, some have praised Baron Cohen for exposing the concerns around gun control in America, albeit in a rather unconventional way.

The controversial skit has shone a light on the need for gun control legislation in the US, especially concerning the ease of access to firearms. It has also highlighted the vulnerability of American children, who often fall prey to gun violence due to inadequate regulations and policies surrounding access to guns.

As the debate over gun control intensifies, it remains to be seen whether the American government will act in the interest of its citizens. However, after the uproar following the endorsement of the "kinder-guardians" initiative, it is clear that the nation is divided on how to tackle the issue of gun violence.

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