About TV show Who Is America? season 2
Erran Morad is an Israeli anti-terrorist expert who alternately introduces himself as Colonel, Captain, General, Sergeant, Brigadier, Sergeant Corporal, and Lieutenant. When he talks about his military experience, he always starts with the phrase: In the Mossad, I mean, not in the Mossad. Through the so-called Kinderguardians program Morad promotes the arming of children from 3 years. Morad has been successful on several occasions while seeking the support of famous US politicians and weapons rights activists. Dick Cheney signs a canister for Morad, which Morad says he used for waterboarding, among other things for his wife. Jason Spencer stepped down as a Member of the Georgia House of Representatives after his interview with Erran Morad aired. The founder of the organization Youth Shooters of America bites in an anti-terror training in a strap-on Erran Morad wears.
Ph.D. Billy Wayne Ruddick junior
Ph.D. Billy Wayne Ruddick junior is a far-right conspiracy theorist who publishes the results of his research on his website, truthbrary.org. He often refers to the International Institute for Truth and Knowledge. Ruddick considers Obamacare to be a failure, because he was in good health and then had to see the doctor, which several diseases were detected. In the first episode, he conducts an interview with Bernie Sanders.
Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello
Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello is a lecturer in gender studies at Reed College and condemns the assignment of gender roles that he also rejects when educating his son and daughter. His partner, who, according to Dr. Cain-N'Degeocello identified as a woman, had an affair with a dolphin. In the series, he seeks the conversation with the supporters of the Republican Party and wants to listen to his political opponents to change their mind. He often talks about his family life. In Kingsman, Dr. Cain-N'Degeocello threatens to promote the construction of a mosque during a meeting with community members.
Rick Sherman is a former prisoner who was discovered as an artist during his time in prison. Among other things, he portrayed his fellow inmates with his feces and body fluids, which, however, partially beat him up. After his release, he introduces his works to experts from the art scene. As a DJ, Sherman presents electronic dance music with his own groaning and other noises, which he recorded in jail among other things in brawls. In addition, as a chef, he serves dishes to a gastro-critic, which he has compiled through his experiences in prison. These include veal in a strawberry condom and meat, which according to Sherman's statement comes from a vegetarian.
Gio Monaldo is an Italian photographer and Playboy from Milan who produces his own television program for Canale 5. He supports charity programs that provide child soldiers with financial support for the purchase of weapons. For this he shoots a promotional video with a reality TV actress. In a conversation with a yacht salesman he wants to buy a motor yacht for the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, while his assistant on Monaldo's lap under a blanket carries out an order.
In the satirical reportage series, Sacha Baron Cohen ("Da Ali G Show") presents a variety of characters that represent the people of the United States. The focus is on both known and unknown figures from the political and social spectrum.