Actress and converted Conservative, Roseanne Barr, spoke on Sean Hannity’s show to explain how her tweet was taken out of context. She spoke directly to Valerie Jarret for a moment in her light and heartfelt own way. The actress explained how she is hurt by social media calling her racist because her tweet was ‘strictly meant as political’. Calling the entire media uproar a ‘misunderstanding’.
Roseanne explains that she has been outraged at the lack of accountability from the previous administration and Mrs. Jarrett’s whole party. Stating that her outrage was the only motive behind her tweet.
Barr on Thursday night, during an interview On Fox News, said that she “made a mistake. It cost me my life’s work.”
“I was so sad, and I’m so sad that anyone thinks that of me,” Barr told Hannity. “I never meant to hurt anybody, or say anything negative about an entire race of people.”
Barr also addressed Jarrett directly and apologized for the tweets, advocating for a broader dialogue on race relations. “We need to talk about race and everything that’s connected to it,” she said.
Hannity attempts to dive deep into Roseanne’s alleged abusive past and mental health issues. Barr seems to speak somewhat openly about her problems with Hannity.