Roseanne Barr has a new comedy show coming out this Monday on the FOX News streaming service FOX Nation, and she sat down for an interview with Tucker Carlson to talk about it.
Barr recalled being fired and said the left has no sense of humor, especially about itself.
She says that she wasn’t even allowed to apologize, they just defamed her. She condemned the cancel culture, calling it fascist.
Watch the clip below:
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Roseanne Barr on Tucker talking about cancellation: “The left has no sense of humor at all, and they don’t have a sense of humor themselves. Someone in power who doesn’t even know how to laugh at himself is a dangerous human being.” pic.twitter.com/PYWWKJ70Qg
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Roseanne’s comments here echo 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 person who has lost everything”
Roseanne Barr has lashed out at Hollywood in a new interview, suggesting it holds itself to the double standards of cancellation culture.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times published Thursday, the comedian criticized ABC for firing her from her top-rated sitcom Roseanne (later renamed The Conners) in 2018, and compared her treatment to that of two other popular transgressive comics, Dave Chappelle and Louis CK
“They didn’t do it to anyone else in Hollywood, even though they always did [mention] Dave Chappelle and Louis CK,” she told The Los Angeles Times. “Well, Louis CK lost everything, but he did something real [offense]. And Dave Chappelle was protected by Netflix. I am the only person who has lost everything, whose life’s work has been stolen, stolen from the people I thought loved me. And there was silence. There was no one in Hollywood who really defended me publicly, except for Mo’nique, who is a brave, close, dear friend.”…
“It was a witch burning,” she adds. “They denied me the right to apologize. Oh my god, they hated me so much. I never knew they hated me so much. They hate me because I have talent, because I have my own opinion.
The Roseanne comedy special debuts on Monday, February 13.