WATCH: Georgia Lawmaker Strips, Screams 'N-Word' On 'Who Is America?'

Georgia lawmaker Jason Spencer is once again facing backlash after his appearance on Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series "Who Is America?".

In the segment, Cohen, masquerading as an Israeli counter-terror specialist, takes an unwitting Spencer through a series of "anti-terrorism" exercises, which include yelling the 'n-word' and pulling his pants down to distract would-be ISIS kidnappers.

Spencer can also be seen impersonating an Asian tourist while using a selfie stick to take photos under a person's burqa, before which he offers his defense of burqa ban legislation which he calls an "anti-masking statute." 

Spencer told the Atlanta Journal-Consitution

"In posing as an Israeli agent, (Cohen) pretended to offer self-defense exercises. As uncomfortable as I was to participate, I agreed to, understanding that these 'techniques' were meant to help me and others fend off what I believed was an inevitable attack. My fears were so heightened at that time, I was not thinking clearly nor could I appreciate what I was agreeing to when I participated in his 'class.' I was told I would be filmed as a 'demonstration video' to teach others the same skills in Israel. Sacha and his crew further lied to me, stating that I would be able to review and have final approval over any footage used. I deeply regret the language I used at (Cohen's) request as well as my participation in the 'class' in general. If I had not been so distracted by my fears, I never would have agreed to participate in the first place. I apologize to my family, friends, and the people of my district for this ridiculously ugly episode." 

Though it is obvious that Spencer is oblivious to the 'punking' he is experiencing at the hands of Cohen, it's hard not to notice the gusto with which he follows the instructions of Cohen's character in the segment, Colonel Erran Morad. 

CNN also points out that this is not the first time Spencer has received calls for his resignation. An incident last year in which he warned former state Rep. LaDawn Jones that she would not be "met with torches but something a lot more definitive" if she continued to advocate for the removal of Confederate statues in Georgia was also cited in many criticisms of Spencer for this latest incident.