Actress Roseanne Barr is offering her thoughts on the coronavirus pandemic, including suggesting that this “could be what some people call the rapture” and saying, “I think they’re just trying to get rid of all my generation.”
Barr was ousted from a comeback of the “Roseanne” show after she wrote a racist tweet in which she called Obama aide Valerie Jarrett the child of the “Muslim Brotherhood” and “Planet of the Apes.” She later apologized.
While being bunkered down in Hawaii, Barr began her appearance on comedian Norm McDonald YouTube show by telling him that “99% of the Hawaiian people are sequestered and doing exactly what they were told to do.” She later claimed that there is only one case of coronavirus on the island.
However, there are 371 confirmed coronavirus cases in Hawaii and four deaths, as of Monday morning.
McDonald later joked, “This is not the rapture. F***, I hope it’s not the rapture,” to which Barr responded, “Well, it could be what some people call the rapture, absolutely.”
Barr also said that she is plotting an all-encompassing lawsuit, saying of her quarantine time, “Solitude — to be able to think about how you’re going to sue everyone on the f***ing Hollywood … I have the time now to research and come up with the perfect lawsuit.”
Asked what the “perfect lawsuit” is, Barr said, “The lawsuit I am going to wage against Hollywood.”
“My situation that happened to me in Hollywood. I’m devising the perfect lawsuit and I am so blessed to have that time to sit here and be able to compile my thoughts and, you know be introspective so I can figure out how to f*** over everybody in the f***ing world over there.”
She also appeared to claim that the CIA is behind her downfall, declaring, “There exists an operative in each town that reports back to Central Intelligence false information to ruin my career.”
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McDonald’s call with Barr appears to have confirmed the suspicions that the actress is still sour about being ousted from show business. And she has kept that tone for a long time — in October of 2018, she declared, “I ain’t dead, b****es.”Published in