“I Thought The B**ch was White!” Exclaims Roseanne Sharing Why Show Cancelled


In eight days it will be two months since the ABC network abruptly announced that it was cancelling its hit tv show “Roseanne.” I imagine that many in America know by now that the reason “Roseanne” found itself suddenly cancelled on May 29, despite the fact that it was doing awesome in its ratings is because the star of the show Roseanne made what many feel was a racist tweet against former Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett. It is no secret to anyone with enough intelligence to turn on a light bulb or work the microwave that more times than not liberal controlled media only want their side to be seen and will not allow people who do not share their view the same courtesy. We saw this just recently with Whoopi Goldberg and “The View.” On Friday, the star of the hit show “Roseanne” made several YouTube videos where she explained the situation that occurred last May from her own point of view.

In Roseanne’s video she looks into the camera and starts to share her side of what really happened May 29 when she says, “Hi, this is Roseanne Barr and I’d like to welcome you to my own studio, where I’m able to speak for myself to my fellow and sister Americans without the filter of the biased media. This was my statement from the very beginning, and it will continue to be forever because it is the truth. When ABC called and asked me to explain my ‘egregious and unforgivable tweet,’ I told them I thought Valerie Jarrett was white. And I also said I am willing to go on The View, Jimmy Kimmel, or whatever other show you want me to go on and explain that to my audience. Now instead what happened was about 40 minutes after that my show was cancelled before even one advertiser pulled out and I was labeled a racist. Why, you ask? Well, the answer is simple. It’s because I voted for Donald Trump and that is not allowed in Hollywood.”


Before the star of the hit tv show “Roseanne” made her video explaining her side of the story regarding why her show got cancelled on May 29 after making the tweet about Valerie Jarrett she had made another video where she explained her racist tweet. In this video it is clear that she is speaking to someone off camera who we the viewers can not see. Whoever was out of the camera range may have been asking what Roseanne was doing because she explains that she was just trying to talk about the Iran deal and Valerie Jarrett which she says was what her tweet was about. At this point in the video she turns toward the camera and screams, “I thought the b**ch was white!”