Roseanne Barr, one of the world’s funniest comedians and a victim of liberal cancel culture, was found dead. She was 67. The Medical Examiner hasn’t determined a cause of death, but she hasn’t ruled out foul play.
Roseanne spent the last few years of her life alone and sad, after some less than tasteful comments made their way onto social media somehow. Her entire career and her show were stripped from her, and she was labeled a racist.
Now she’s gone. She’s survived by her sister, Katerina Rostova, and her great-uncle Pete, who is currently the second-oldest person on earth at 116.
During Vietnam, Roseanne was a tank operator who shelled with 67 percent accuracy. When she came home, she found a nation that despised her and called her baby killer, so she went into standup.
At just 36 and 370 pounds, Roseanne made it big, and stayed there. Until being a racist Trumpster became more important.
The cast members of the original show say they won’t show up because they don’t want to be canceled by the left. The guy who played Mark will be there, but that’s another story.
Godspeed to the heavens, Roseanne, or wherever you people go. We hardly knew thee.