On Monday night, Roseanne Barr has made it clear that she does not care about the backlash she has received for her support of President Trump.
In an interview on “The Tonight Show,” the former ABC sitcom star told host Jimmy Fallon about her political views. The actress revealed what she thinks of critics of her vocal Trump support and recalls running away from Johnny Carson after her terrifying first Tonight Show stand-up appearance.
“Oh yeah, people are mad about that. But you know, I don’t give a f—,” Barr told Fallon.
The “Roseanne” star has been open about depicting her iconic TV character as a working-class Trump supporter.
“I mean, everybody had to choose for themselves, according to their own conscience, who they felt was the lesser of two evils,” she said of the 2016 election. “You know, everybody chose that, so I’m not going to put anybody down who didn’t vote like me. This is America, it’s a free country, and when you weigh it all together, I just felt like we needed a whole new thing. All the way. Bottom to top.”
One of the things I liked about the original Roseanne was that it depicted a typical American family with all their pluses and minuses. The new one does the same thing. Hollywood hates it because they just can’t believe people believe differently than they do. With all their tolerance and love of diversity, the fact is if you don’t believe like they do tolerance goes out the window. They can’t stand diversity of thought and they are completely intolerant if you do.
Roseanne knew she would be hated by the left when she said she supported Trump, but, she said it anyway. We are proud of her for standing up to the hate the liberals all have.
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