Roseanne Kills Women's Band Leader for Linking Anti-Semitism
Roseanne Barr did not hold back on her feelings about anti-Semitism allegations in the leaders of the women's march. The former ABC sitcom star said she sees herself as a proponent of women's rights. She has worked hard over the years to give women a voice in the media, but when it comes to women's march leader Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez and Tamika Mallory, "B — h, shut up!" [1
9659003] Roseanne Barr hit the word "fg" and said she was "queer" in a minute-long post on YouTube Sunday.
"Man, the word fg is a really hateful word, is not it? "Barr, who seems to be sitting in a golf cart, started." Especially when it's like a homosexual would call another homosexual. Where where! Have you ever been in the middle of one of them, hate marriages? Who of it! "
She continued," It's like, "Wait a minute, we're not supposed to say that word, how come you say that word, what, okay, I just can not say the word. Well, I can do it when I'm in the house, but I can not say it outside the house, okay, I understand your rules. "
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Barr, 66, goes on to say that "fg" is a "hate-filled word" and people "should get rid of it."
"Let it go when it's spoken," she added, "All the LGBTQ stuff, okay, just let me be real, I put the Q in LGBTQ, okay, because I'm gay as two mothers, me I'm a stranger I'm a stranger I'm not one of those people They make no sense They're very weird And that makes me weird But I put the Q in there Bye. "
It is unclear whether Barr referred to her sexuality or used the term to say that she is not like the mainstream.
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Last May, Barr was fired from ABC and her show "Roseanne" was abruptly cut short after tweeting a comment widely considered racist and to former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett was directed. Barr has not returned to comedy or television, but decided to do a talk show on her YouTube channel, asking people about world issues.