Jason Spencer, the representative of Georgia, who shouted the N word and in the recent episode of Sacha Baron Cohen's "Who Is America?" His buttocks uncovered, want to resign his office.
Spencer wrote to Georgis House spokesman David Ralston Tuesday that he will resign on July 31, CNN reported.
Spencer, a Republican from Woodbine in southeastern Georgia, appeared in a segment on Sunday's episode alongside Cohen, who played a character named Col. Erran Morad, a supposed Israeli counterterrorism expert
Cohen also got Spencer to repeatedly call the N-word in a wrong exercise to thwart an IS hijacking attempt. At another point, Spencer pulled down his pants when Cohen told him that the danger of a male buttock could stop ISIS agents who are afraid of contact with buttocks that make them "homosexual."
Spencer said Monday in a statement to the Washington Post that Cohen "exploited my crippling fear that my family would be attacked."
"I deeply regret the language I used at his request, and my participation in the" class "in general, if I had not been distracted from my fears, I would never have agreed to take the first place." Spencer continued.
Although he is a member of a number of prominent Georgian politicians, including Gov. Nathan Deal, denounced by Spencer, first refused
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