Actress blames her racist tweets on sleeping pill

Actress blames her racist tweets on sleeping pill

Actress blames her racist tweets on sleeping pill

Many conservative commentators and the president himself attributed at least some of that success to the lead character's backing of Mr. Trump. She says in one of her tweets, there were three rapid-fire today, where she said: 'It was a joke. Ms. Clinton herself corrected Ms. Barr online.

Her tweet yesterday about former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett was a lapse too revolting to be ignored.

She's a flawless avatar for this moment in our history: white, loud, mean (she also took time Tuesday morning to tie Chelsea Clinton to some weird George Soros-related conspiracy) and enamored with unhinged narratives based on nothing but lies, like the tale of a global child-trafficking ring linked to Hillary Clinton that is jaw-dropping in its stupidity.

"Look at Roseane. I called her yesterday, look at her ratings! Forgive me- my joke was in bad taste".

Barr also blamed her outburst on the sleeping pill Ambien and asked fans not to defend her - although she has since liked and retweeted dozens of messages of support.

"I honestly thought she was Jewish and Persian-ignorant of me for sure, but...i did.", she said.

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"I'm fine - I'm anxious about the people out there don't have a circle of friends and followers who come right to their defense", Jarrett said on MSNBC.

Barr was quickly condemned. The consulting producer on Roseanne tweeted that she would not be returning to the show.

She also fired back at Michael Fishman and Sara Gilbert's statements. In some, she doubled down on her original remark, while in others she blasted her former television network for giving her the axe. These statements make it seem as if ABC is invested in doing the right thing. "What changed, ABC? Because Roseanne has been writing racist tweets since forever".

ABC's Roseanne stars Roseanne Barr and John Goodman. The Wrap reports that the revival of the beloved Nineties sitcom earned an estimated $45 million from advertising when it opened to vast audiences in April. The firm estimates that the 13 episodes that had been ordered for next season would have brought in as much as $60 million, with more through repeat episodes. Viacom also announced that they will be pulling all Roseanne reruns from their cable networks as of Wednesday.

The cancelation has no clear precedent in television history, said David Bianculli, professor at Rowan University in New Jersey.

"It's not surprising that Disney made the decision; they had no choice", Brad Adgate, an independent media consultant, told FOX Business. Was it really that savvy for ABC to further enrich and empower a celebrity whose well-documented racist and transphobic beliefs only serve to worsen the pain and vulnerability felt by America's truly marginalized communities? She later apologized for the racist tweet.

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