Roseanne Barr commented quite unreasonably on the vile tweet of Valerie Jarrett, who canceled her "Roseanne" newbie: "I thought the B-h was white!"
Slightly disheveled in a video posted on Barr's YouTube page, Barr, 65, smokes a cigarette while talking to a producer about a previous video that has been thoroughly edited.
After a loud moan, an agitated Barr strikes her interviewer as she is asked for her infamous tweet claiming Former Barack Obama counselor was a creation of the Muslim Brotherhood and "Planet of the Apes."
"I'm trying to talk about Iran! I'm trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett about the Iran deal," Barr yells in the clip. "That's what my tweet said, I thought the bitch was white, damn, I thought the bitch was white Fk!"
The tweet was canceled on May 29, after which Barr was extremely contrite and Ambien for blamed her devastating commentary.
Barr previously claimed that her tweet was a commentary on anti-Semitism, writing, "Rod Serling wrote" Planet of the Apes. "It was about anti-Semitism, and that was what my tweet ̵
At the end of June, Barr Rabbi Shmuley Boteach said she had turned herself into a "hate magnet" Twitter, in which George Soros was also referred to as a Nazi.
She apologizes to Soros.
"I said to God," I'm ready to accept the consequences because I know I did something wrong. I'll accept what the consequences are, "and I do, and I have it." But they never stop. They do not accept my apology or explanation. And I have made myself a hate magnet. And as a Jew, it's just awful. It's awful, "she said in the podcast.
She added that her tweets" did not mean what they meant in my opinion … But I expect it to hurt people. If you even hurt people reluctantly, there is no excuse. I do not want to run away and continue with apologies. But I apologize to anyone who thought or felt insulted and said that I meant something I did not mean. It was my own ignorance, and there is no excuse for this ignorance. "
" I've lost everything, "Barr complained," and I regretted it before I lost everything. "
After the indignation, ABC presented a 10-piece Conner family sitcom without Barr will be broadcast this fall.
Warning: Explicit Language