Borat is back to make fun of Trump and COVID-19


Borat is back – and around this time, he supports Donald Trump.

The 2006 mockumentary “Borat: America’s Cultural Ideas for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” is set to return with a sequel to Amazon Prime Video on October 23, 11 days before the US presidential election.

On Thursday, Amazon released the first trailer for the new film – full title: “The Borat Subventor Movementillum: Delivery of Productive Bribes to US Governance for Delivery”.

The film, it turns out, was secretly filmed and screened for a select few during the COVID-19 epidemic.

Borat relies on his usual moves in the new trailer, which sees him traveling the country with a daughter, trolling Vice President Mike Pence at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, and riffing with strangers during the coronovirus crisis. Has been doing.

“What’s more dangerous: the virus or the Democrats?” He asks his host.

“Democrat,” they tell him.

Preparing the drama for the sequel, on Tuesday, a parody “Republic of Kazakhstan” Twitter account tweeted a video praising Trump, “to win the debate today.”

“Impressive and surprising results for a strong premiere that always put America and Kazakhstan first!” Now the pinned tweet reads.

In fact, the president’s tweet and the film were mocked. The 30-second clip features Borat, a fictional Kazakh journalist who voices a voice in praise of Trump, as it contrasts pictures and video play in the background.

“Donald Trump: The Strongest Premier in History,” Cohen explains. “He’s not a racist. Black people love him so much, they kneel before him.” Pictures of rapper Kanye West shaking hands with Trump in a red “Make America Great Again” cap, as well as protest Click on a photo of NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

“Because of Trump, 350 million Americans are still alive,” Cohen continues. “Trump has never suffered a stroke. Vote for Premier Trump, or you will be crushed. “

The Twitter account @KazakhstanGovt, which posted the video, began tweeting two days before Tuesday’s first presidential debate. Previously, its posts included weather reports and updates on mundane government business.

During the debate, the account changed gears.

“Apologies,” it tweeted. “We are unable to follow the debate due to poor WiFi signal despite recent rule [sic] Broadband account purchase. Please inform us of the events! # debates2020