It was early in the morning and the star of Roseanne was on Twitter. She was replying to Tweets and re-Tweets as usual. The comedian had a funny thought and decided to share it.
A Tweet was sent that outlined a recent release of information from Julian Assange. A handful of replies began to lead the discussion toward Valarie Jarrett. A powerful member of the Obama Administration she has long been suspected of covering up misdeeds during the eight-year reign of lawlessness.
Roseanne, a comedian by trade, was taking sleeping medication and decided to Tweet a reply. Far from being a racist and not surrounded by writers she thought it funny to compare Valarie Jarrett to a, would be, child.
A child that came from likes of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Planet of the Apes.
In the moments that followed, racists from the left began to pounce. Their own racist worldview became glaringly obvious as they began to call Roseanne a racist for her Tweet.
Her tweet mentioned nothing about race. The only way her Tweet could be interpreted as racist is if the reader saw a connection between apes or Muslims and a human race. Apes are not human and it is nothing short of absurd to conclude that they in any way relate to race.
In fact, the actors who played the “Apes” in the various movies were from a myriad of races. The Muslim Brotherhood is a political organization with religious ties to the Islamic faith. Neither of which have anything to do with race.
No, Roseanne was making a joke about the appearance of Valarie Jarrett and her political views. Jarrett’s smile and facial features are distinct and obviously similar to the characters from the movie Planet of the Apes. Her political movements during her time in the Obama Administration were obviously aligned with the same desires of the political organization called the Muslim Brotherhood.
Roseanne, seeing the quick and relentless backlash removed the Tweet and quickly apologized. She apologized for the joke. Not because it was racist, but because it offended so many racists and that was not her intent.
Fake news articles were published by the New York Times, the Washington Post, and CNN. All three fake news organizations included their opinion that her Tweet was racist. They did so citing it as a matter of fact.
It was only minutes after her Tweet, Tweet removal, and subsequent apology that ABC announced that it would cancel her show.
After the dust began to settle, President Trump called out the obvious hypocrisy of ABC when he Tweeted.
“Bob Iger of ABC called Valerie Jarrett to let her know that “ABC does not tolerate comments like those” made by Roseanne Barr. Gee, he never called President Donald J. Trump to apologize for the HORRIBLE statements made and said about me on ABC. Maybe I just didn’t get the call?”
It seems to be Ok for Hollywood to continue their relentless and never-ending assault of the 60 MILLION people who voted for President Trump, but it’s not Ok for a comedian to tell a joke. Especially when that comedian supports President Trump!
Thank You, President Trump, for making sure the hypocrisy of the LEFT doesn’t go unnoticed! After all, we all know Trump Digs Roseanne!