Roseanne Barr is back on Twitter after the big brouhaha surrounding her controversial tweet about Valerie Jarrett, Barack Obama’s adviser and confidante. Roseanne previously was a rabid Twitter user, posting her thoughts on various subjects including politics. Now, supporters of President Donald Trump are going wild as Barr breaks her silence with an epic announcement.
Roseanne Barr has profusely apologized many times following her controversial tweet calling Valerie Jarett “an ape.” The comedian who rebooted her mega-hit TV series, Roseanne, got fired from the show after the leftist Hollywood crowd demanded ABC terminate her as they deemed Barr was an unforgivable racist.
Of course, American patriots are well aware of the double standard in Hollywood for anyone calling themselves a Trump supporter and rallied to Roseanne’s side. The firing of Roseanne took on new meaning as we watched Judge Jeanine Pirro get kicked off The View by Trump-hater Whoopi Goldberg.
According to Judge Jeanine, Goldberg screamed at her backstage, “F*ck you! Get the f*ck out of here!” Pirro was attacked right on the ABC lot, but there were no consequences for their darling Goldberg.
Roseanne Barr has kept a low profile since the firing and has been completely absent from Twitter, until now. She did give Sean Hannity an hour-long interview, and it was evident she was utterly broken over losing her show. Most importantly, she was haunted by the thought anyone believed she was a racist.
After the Hannity show, she made one more appearance with her rabbi at New York’s “Stand Up NY” Comedy Club, reports People Magazine, a small venue where she spoke about the backlash from the left.
“I was afraid to go out, and also because when you’re called a racist and you live on an island full of brown people, it’s kind of terrifying,” she told the rabbi. (Ten percent of Hawaii’s population is “Native Hawaiian,” meaning of Polynesian descent. The majority of Hawaii’s population is Asian and white.)
“It was the end of the world and my life’s work. But I lived through it and God has shown me great love and so have people and that’s very healing,” she continued. When asked about whether The Conners, ABC’s spinoff-show starring her former costars, most of whom condemned her tweet, would succeed without her, Barr said, “I’m over it now.”
“It is going to be interesting to see a bunch of really privileged people who grew up in Hollywood writing for the working class,” she said. “But I don’t know, I don’t wish anybody to be destroyed or disrespected like I’ve been.”
Roseanne added, “I don’t think I could have lived through 13 more [episodes.] When you’re in a room with 25 writers who hate Trump’s guts — it was kind of a relief [to get out.]”
Now, after suffering through one of the worst periods of her life, Roseanne Barr is back on Twitter where it all started, and she just made an epic announcement basically giving the middle finger to all the Trump haters in the Hollywood crowd. Barr’s tweet shows her wearing sunglasses and a “Trump 2020” hat with the caption “2020 vision.”
Trump supporters lavished Roseanne with praise for sticking to her guns and breaking her Twitter silence with a statement that resonates with middle-class Americans. She’s proving she won’t bend to the Hollywood crowd’s political correctness nor will Roseanne lower herself to Valerie Jarrett’s level.
Jarrett appeared on The View after the controversial tweet which Roseanne explained had to do with Jarrett’s manipulation of the Iran Deal under Obama. Barr made it crystal clear she had no idea Jarrett was African-American.
In turn, Obama’s live-in adviser laughed it up with the shrews on The View and said, “Roseanne who?” As the architect of the Iran Deal, Jarrett sucked up to the Iranian Mullahs and sent $1.7 billion dollars secretly to the regime.
Maybe Valerie Jarrett could have stopped laughing long enough to explain to the American people why she has so much allegiance to Iran. Or maybe explain why her family members are reportedly Communists. The Ameican people see right through Obama’s henchmen like Jarrett, and we are so glad Roseanne Barr is still fighting, supporting President Trump in his quest to make American great, again.