Roseanne Barr Loses It In Latest Interview About Twitter Racism Scandal

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The network canceled Roseanne (which had stellar ratings, by the way), pulled re-runs, and green-lit a spin-off. "I'm trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett, who wrote the Iran deal".

In the May tweet Barr likened Jarrett, who is African-American, to the hypothetical offspring created by the Muslim Brotherhood and "Planet of the Apes".

After ABC cancelled her show, Roseanne said she was quitting Twitter, blamed her rant against Jarrett on the sleeping medication Ambien and said she was done doing TV interviews.

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"I thought the b--h was white!"

In a new clip, a seemingly unhinged Barr smokes a cigarette and talks to a producer about the editing of a previous video in which, from the sounds of their discussion, she wore several different outfits.

In front of her son and a couple members of her team, she says. "Goddammit! I thought the b**** was white!"

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After being ousted from her show Roseanne following racist remarks against an Obama administration official, actress Roseanne Barr is all set to create her own talk show.

It's far past time for Barr to fade away into obscurity. Later, she tweeted a more concise, PR-friendly apology, which was also not well-received. If you can somehow believe she's not racist (even after perusing the history of other racist drivel she never apologized for), she's revealing herself to be, at minimum, rude and incapable of showing respect toward a fellow successful woman.

"This was my statement from the very beginning, and it will continue to be forever because it is the truth", she continued.

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As reported by the Huffington Post, the video starts with the interviewer trying to establish sound levels and saying, "Hello, hello", after which Roseanne repeats the words, brushes back her messy, now bleached blonde hair and groans.

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