Roseanne Barr says she thought Valerie Jarrett was white, didn’t mean to make racist tweet

Roseanne Barr hasn’t gotten over the infamous Valerie Jarrett tweet scandal yet.

During a recent interview, a visibly frustrated Barr lost patience with her interviewer and burst out, “I thought the b***h was white!”

Watch below (Warning: language):

All Gone

If there was ever anyone that wishes they could take a tweet back, it is Barr.

Her tweet about Jarrett elicited calls of racism the moment it was sent.

While Barr immediately apologized for it, that was simply not enough in many eyes, including those of network executives.

Her newly greenlighted reboot of “Roseanne” was canceled.

Soon after, the network announced it was going to move forward with a Roseanne-less “Roseanne.”

Even with everything taken away, Barr continued to take the high road.

“I lost everything,” she stated.

Barr continued, “And I regretted it before I lost everything.”

Never Stops

As happens today for liberals, they continue to rehash the incident and refuse to let it die down for even a second.

Roseanne does not seem to be able to get away from her comments or her support of Donald Trump.

In this case, her interviewer was making outrageous comments about setting up the piece, and Barr seemed to reach her breaking point.

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Already visibly agitated and disheveled, Barr lashed out at the interviewer with a profanity-laced tirade that immediately blew up on social media.

Barr would be well-advised to let this run its course and stay away from Twitter and interviews until that happens.

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