Days after the world learned that comedian Sacha Baron Cohen had duped former Vice President Dick Cheney into signing a “waterboard kit,” news spread that the satirist of “Borat” and “Ali G” fame had tricked another victim: Sarah Palin.

Palin confirmed on her Facebook page that she’d been the subject of a “truly sick” and fairly elaborate plot to dupe her into saying unintelligent things on camera.

Cohen has been promoting a new show on Showtime called “Who is America,” which, despite its existential title, seems to consist of classic Cohen-isms: the comedian, in character, getting famous faces to do and say silly things.

Palin said she’d been contacted by a speaker’s bureau offering a “legit opportunity” to honor American veterans and contribute to a “legit Showtime historical documentary.”

She and her daughter flew across the country, where she met a disabled U.S. veteran conducting the interview. Now, she says, she realizes that veteran was really Cohen, “heavily disguised” with a “fake wheelchair and all.”

“Out of respect for what I was led to believe would be a thoughtful discussion with someone who had served in uniform, I sat through a long ‘interview’ full of Hollywoodism’s disrespect and sarcasm,” she wrote.

Palin didn’t specify what she’d been asked or how she responded, but she told how the interview ended: She had “finally had enough and literally, physically removed my mic and walked out.” She challenged “shallow Sacha boy,” CBS and Showtime to donate proceeds from the show to a charitable group that supports vets.