Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018

I thought Valerie Jarrett was white, tweeted about Iran

Roseanne Barr is expressed relatively without worrying about the ugly tweet of Valerie Jarrett who canceled her restart "Roseanne": "I thought the b-h was white!"

In a video posted on Barr's YouTube page, a slightly disheveled Barr, 65, smokes a cigarette while talking to a producer of a previous video that has been completely revised.

After a loud moan, Barr, agitated, asks her interviewer a question about her now famous tweet in which she claims the former adviser to Barack Obama was a creation of the Muslim Brotherhood and the "Planet of the Apes" .

"I'm trying to talk about Iran! I'm trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett about the agreement with Iran, "Barr roared in the clip." That's what my tweet was talking about. I thought the dog was white, damn it. I thought the dog was white. F-k! "

The tweet had the restart" Roseanne "canceled on May 29, after which Barr was at first extremely contrite and blamed Ambien for his scathing comment.

Barr has previously claimed that his tweet was a comment on anti-Semitism, writing, "Rod Serling wrote" Planet of the Apes. "It was anti-Semitism, which is what my tweet mentioned – the anti-Semitism of the Agreement with Iran She also said that her tweet was "insensitive" but "not racist."

At the end of June, Barr told Rabbi Shmuley Boteach that she was "deadly." 39, was transformed into "magnet of hate" with its imbalance, tweets, which also included calling George Soros a Nazi.

She apologized to Soros.

"I said to God: "I am ready to accept all the consequences that this entails because I know that I have done wrong. consequences, "and I do it, and I did it." But they never stop. They do not accept my apologies or my explanations. And I made myself a magnet of hatred. And as a Jew, it's just awful. It's horrible, "she says on the podcast.

She added that her tweets" did not mean what they thought I meant … But I must admit that it makes hurt people. When you hurt people even unintentionally, there is no excuse. I do not want to run away with excuses. But I apologize to all those who thought or felt offended and thought that I wanted to say something that I did not want to say. It was my own ignorance, and there is no excuse for this ignorance. "

" I lost everything, "laments Barr at the time." And I regretted it before losing everything. "

After the attack, ABC ignites a 10-episode family sitcom of Conner without Barr The show is scheduled for release this fall

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