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The crowd at CPAC sure talked gung-ho about fighting ISIS. But just to find out how serious they really were, Australian comedian Dan Ilic went right in to see whether he could sign up any volunteers — to be knights in a holy war, complete with his own medieval costume. Ilic was even claiming divine inspiration — from Bill O’Reilly.

Click above to watch this absurd performance at the conservative gathering — though maybe it was too easy for him to blend in — then share this video!

Video via Al Jazeera Plus.

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