Is killing Roseanne’s character symbolic of killing Trump supporters?
Roseanne seems to think so…
Brandon Straka, the founder of the wildly successful #WalkAway movement, is using his newfound voice to expose the lies of the left.
Straka interviewed Roseanne Barr about The Roseanne Show reboot, her namesake show, that Barr was fired by ABC executives after making what many considered to be an offensive tweet about Barack Obama’s radical advisor, Valerie Jarrett, even though Barr claims her tweet was misinterpreted.
Watch Roseanne explain how her character was killed off in “The Connors” the new spinoff of her namesake “Roseanne Show” reboot that will continue without her character.
Here’s a part of the transcript from Straka’s interview of Roseanne Barr:
Straka – “What’s gonna happen to Roseanne Conner?”
Roseanne – “Oh they killed her. Yeah. They have her die of an opioid overdose. So it wasn’t enough to just do what they did to me, they had to so cruelly insult the people who loved that family in that show. They had to cruelly insult them and that’s what they chose to do. So there’s nothing I can do about it. It’s done. It’s over. There’s no fight left. I did what I had to do to save my own life.”
Straka – “Don’t you feel or do you feel like the way that they’ve written your character out is a message that’s being sent to the American people? Killing Roseanne, killing a Trump supporter what do you think? Do you think there’s a symbolism there?”
Roseanne – “I do, kinda… do you?”
Straka – “I think that it’s an ominous warning to a certain degree, that they’re giving us. Look what happens if you think wrong.”
Roseanne – “Right, I think so. We will ruin you, we will libel you, we’ll take your life’s work.”
Roseanne – “I’m very upset because I feel like they insulted my audience, too. For everybody who doesn’t hate Trump’s guts. They insulted all of us. I was just a tool they used to knock them down.”