Roseanne Barr has a new comedy show coming to FOX News streaming service FOX Nation this Monday, and she sat down with Tucker Carlson for an interview to discuss it.
Barr recalled how he was dismissed and said the Left had no sense of humor, especially about them.
He says he wasn’t even allowed to apologize and was just blackballed. He condemned the abolition of culture, calling it fascist.
Watch the clip below:
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Roseanne Barr on Money Talks About Repeal: “The left has no sense of humor at all, or they have no sense of humor about themselves. A man in power who cannot even laugh at himself is a dangerous man.” pic.twitter.com/PYWWKJ70Qg
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Roseanne’s comments here mirror what she said in a recent interview with the LA Times
The Hollywood Reporter has the story:
Roseanne Barr accuses Hollywood of double standards: “I’m the only one who’s lost everything”
Roseanne Barr has lashed out at Hollywood in a new interview, suggesting she’s being held to a double standard in a throwaway culture.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times published Thursday, the comedian blasted ABC for firing him from his top-rated sitcom Roseanne (later renamed The Connors) in 2018 and compared his behavior to two other popular transgressive comics. Did, Dave Chappelle and Louis C.K
“They haven’t done that with anyone else in Hollywood, although they always do [mention] Dave Chappelle and Louis CK,” he told the Los Angeles Times. “Well, Louis C.K. lost everything, but he did a real job [offense]. And Dave Chappelle was secured by Netflix. I am the only person who has lost everything, whose life’s work has been stolen, stolen by people who I thought loved me. And there was silence. There’s really been no one in Hollywood to publicly defend me, except for Mo’Nique, who is a brave, close, dear friend.” …
“It was a magical burning,” she adds. “They denied me the right to apologise. Oh my god, they hate me so bad. I didn’t know they hated me like this. They hate me because I have talent, because I have opinions.
Roseanne’s comedy special debuts on Monday, February 13