Roseanne is returning to stand-up comedy, and she’s making fun of cancel culture and the “woke left.”
Roseanne Barr is finally going to do stand-up comedy again for the first time in almost twenty years. She was fired from her show because of a tweet she sent about Valerie Jarrett, a former advisor to Barack Obama.
Barr Slams Cancel Culture
The Daily Mail said that in her special, Barr, who is 70 years old, spoke out against the “cancel culture” by pointing out that while she was cancelled, other people were given second chances.
She said, “They didn’t do it to anyone else in Hollywood, but they always bring up Dave Chappelle and Louis C.K.” “Well, Louis C.K. did lose everything, but it was because he did something wrong. And Netflix looked out for Dave Chappelle.”
“I’m the only one who’s lost everything and had their life’s work stolen by people they thought cared about them. “And there was nothing but silence,” she went on. “No one in Hollywood really stood up for me in public.”
Barr also made fun of the “woke left” for their fixation on pronouns and gender identity.
“These people have no idea what’s going on in the real world. They have always lived in a bubble. She said, “Asking questions doesn’t have anything to do with the real world.” “‘Mom, what is my gender? What is my gender?’ Your gender is, get a job. That’s what you are.”
Barr then waited for cheers from the crowd before going on.
“What on earth do they think? Ask a woman what she is. Don’t they know that? That’s the question they always ask. Describe a woman. Let me explain what a woman is. “I am a woman,” she said. “Yes, that’s what a woman is. A woman is a person who cleans up after everyone else. Isn’t that what a woman is?”
“A woman is someone whose breasts hang down to her knees and whose uterus has fallen out because she gave birth to five ungrateful, spoiled brats who have never had to work for anything in their lives,” she said. “Kiss my a, those are my pronouns!”
Barr was “fired” in 2018 after a late-night tweet in which she compared Jarrett, who is black, to a character from the movie Planet of the Apes. Even though she apologized right away and said she didn’t know Jarrett was black, ABC fired Barr right away from the reboot of her sitcom “Roseanne.”