Roseanne Is Sorry If You’re Offended by Her Racism

Roseanne was on Hannity with Sean Hannity on Thursday night. That’s a show on FOX News. And Hannity is the only person not spreading fake news about Donald Trump. This is according to Donald Trump.

As you can imagine, the interview was cringe (via TVLine).

“I was allowed under my contract to have 24 hours to correct any mistake” she made while tweeting, and so she asked for time on ABC’s The View to set the record straight. When that request didn’t come together in a timely manner, she decided, “I could fight this [termination], but … no, I’m just going to walk away.”

Wait, why didn’t they let her on The View? Whoopi Goldberg woulda laid the smack down on her. Also, she wanted to correct her mistake, but then decided not to because she couldn’t do it on television?

“I was excited to show that [the Conner] family is [now] multiracial and also lives next door to Muslims whose ideas they don’t agree with. That was what I brought to television and what kicked everybody’s ass in the ratings,” she noted. “[ABC] should be so lucky that they’ll ever get anywhere near that.”

Yeah! ABC should be so lucky to have a racist white family on television again!

“Every other show is 24/7 hating on [President] Trump — I call it ‘hate-riotism’ — but that’s not going to help nothing. People want to hear balance, they want to hear the truth.”

I prefer my television to never mention Trump. Which is why I don’t watch FOX News.

When given the chance to apologize, Barr pulled the lamest trick in the book.

“I’m so sorry that you thought I was racist and that you thought my tweet was racist, because it wasn’t,” Barr said, after Hannity asked what she might say to Jarrett if they spoke on the phone or if she was watching his show. Barr looked into the camera and said, “I’m sorry that you feel harmed and hurt. I never meant that and for that I apologize.”

Nothing says “I’m sorry” like not actually apologizing.

When pressed for a real apology, she sounded even less convincing.

“I made a mistake, obviously, and it cost me everything. My life’s work. I made a mistake and I’ve paid the price for it.”

Nah, you’re still getting millions from ABC and doing these puff pieces on FOX News. Paying the price would be shamed Game of Thrones style and never heard from again.

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