Roseanne finally realizes she made a huge mistake during the scandal surrounding one of her tweets.
Her mistake? Apologizing to the left.
Never Should Have Happened
Sadly, Barr came to the realization the left is incapable of forgiveness these days far too late.
When you show a sign of weakness, they continue to pound it until you have been erased.
Barr says her friends told her, “‘You made a fatal mistake… apologizing to the left.’”
She went on to say she “should never have said I’m sorry.”
The tweet that Barr may never live down was about Valerie Jarrett, formerly an adviser to President Barack Obama.
Roseanne Barr comparing Valerie Jarrett, the black senior adviser to President Obama, to an ape. pic.twitter.com/hXHltBnI1r
— David Mack (@davidmackau) May 29, 2018
As soon as the ill-advised tweet was published, it went viral and brought a storm down on Barr.
Barr immediately apologized, stating the tweet was meant to be political, not racist.
But that one tweet signified the end of Barr’s entertainment career, as ABC announced it was pulling the plug to her series.
Even after having taken a beating in public, Barr has kept her head held high. She has no ill-will for her former castmates, who are moving forward with “Roseanne” without Roseanne.
She feels “neutral” about the show’s new direction, saying she would neither “curse or bless it.”
“I got to stay in the middle or I’ll go dark, and I don’t want to go dark again. I’ve done it.”
“After all, I was married to Tom Arnold,” she quipped.
The show has been renamed “The Connors” and is due to air this fall.
Barr says she is going to take this opportunity to head over to Isreal to learn from some of her favorite teachers.
Next time, Roseanne, follow Agent Gibb’s Rule #6: “Never say you’re sorry. It’s a sign of weakness.”