The comedienne spewed some troubling sentiments.
Roseanne Barr took to Twitter on Monday to proclaim a bevy of anti-semitic and Islamophic remarks (they have all since been deleted.) This Twitter storm came out of nowhere, and took the general public by surprise.
Firstly, Barr tweeted "Chelsea Soros Clinton," falsely accusing Bill Clinton's daughter of being married to the nephew of George Soros, a billionaire investor and Holocaust survivor. The comedienne then began to share a conspiracy theory aimed squarely at the business magnate, tweeting "soros’ goal; the overthrow of us constitutional republic by buying/backing candidates 4 local district attorney races who will ignore US law & favor ‘feelings’ instead-and call everyone who is alarmed by that ‘racist.’" She also accuses Soros of being a "nazi who turned in his fellow Jews 2 be murdered in German concentration camps & stole their wealth."
After having been probed about what Clinton was hiding "under her winter clothes at the end of May," Barr replied "its a colostomy jug cuz full of shite."
Clinton eventually responded to the allegations on Twitter. "Good morning Roseanne – my given middle name is Victoria. I imagine George Soros’s nephews are lovely people. I’m just not married to one. I am grateful for the important work @OpenSociety does in the world. Have a great day!"
However, Clinton and Soros were not the other people who felt the wrath of Barr, as she also targeted Obama's former senior adviser Valerie Jarrett. The comedienne wrote how if the "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj."
Tuesday morning, Barr tweeted out that she will be leaving the social media platform, whilst also apologizing to Jarrett for "making a bad joke about her politics and her looks."