Who Is America? Republican Jason Spencer screams n-word, calls Muslims rapists, bites dummy's penis

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Representative Jason Spencer, 43, was tricked into appearing on Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime program, believing he was being taught self defense to fight off terrorists on the recent episode.
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