Many have criticized Roseanne Barr for her Trump-supporting character on the reboot of her hit show. Roseanne was blunt in her response.
The reboot of Roseanne has stunned Hollywood with its success.
It looks like all those folks in the middle of the country do have a voice.
And Roseanne Barr is tapping into that. The premiere of her show drew 27 million viewers.
On Monday night, Rosanne appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to talk about the show’s success and how her pro-Trump stance is being criticized.
She spoke about how it felt like had only been a month off instead of over two decades.
FALLON: But then also, with a big hit comes people that aren’t so happy, as well. If you say you are a supporter of Donald Trump.
ROSEANNE: Oh, yeah. People are mad about that. But, you know, I don’t give a f***.
FALLON: Yeah, well, is that how you deal with it?
ROSEANNE: Well, everybody had to choose for themselves according to their own conscience who they thought was the lesser of two evils. You know, everybody chose that. So, I’m not gonna put anybody down who didn’t vote like me. This is America. It’s a free country. And, you know, when you weigh it all together, you know, I think — I just felt like we needed a whole new thing, all the way, bottom to top.
Roseanne also talks about her incredible start in comedy.
You’ve gotta love that Roseanne is one of those people that just says what she thinks. Kinda like Kanye. You may disagree with some of her positions on issues like abortion, women’s rights, the role of the state, but she does recognize that there are some policies pushed by the left that have hurt average Americans and her new show touches on that.
With Roseanne’s show, ‘Flyover America’ isn’t forgotten.
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