Roseanne Barr explains controversial tweet

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Roseanne Barr has text and an explanation of the tweet that her last month, her television series took. The ‘racismetweet’ about Valerie Jarrett, who as an advisor to former president Barack Obama, according to Roseanne anti-semitic and not racist intended.

“I have never engaged in racism and will never do so”, tweeted Barr.

“I’m not where I was of accuse.” The offending tweet, in which the comedian to the afro-American muslimah Jarrett the “baby of the Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of The Apes” called, went according to the actress about “the anti-semitism of the deal with Iran”. “People with a low IQ can think what they want.”

Barrs tweet about Jarrett made a lot of los. ABC network immediately decided to stop with the reboot of Roseanne, the television series in which the comedian the leading role played.

Now she is unemployed, has Barr had much time to think. “I want you to know that I am”, tweeted them on Thursday. “I have taken the time to reflect and get an insight into what I have said and how that is wrong in the world.” Also let the actress know “quickly” her story in the media.

1) I want you all2 know I’m fine. I’ve been using this time2 reflect &2 gain insight on what I said & how it was misunderstood.. Needless2 say I’m NOT what people have accused me of! I’ve never practiced “RACISM” in my entire life & never will. Meantime…(next page)


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02:13 – 14 June 2018

After posting the controversial tweet on may 29, responded to many of his colleagues, of Barr wroth, and did not want to cooperate. Shortly thereafter it was announced that the new season Roseanne no passage.


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