Proud Trump-supporting, Jewish comedian Roseanne Barr has little compassion in her heart for the widely panned, hypocritical #MeToo movement, and the numerous #MeToo-spouting women who now all of a sudden claim that they’ve been the victims of sexual assault and harassment.
“They’re hos,” she bluntly said during an interview on conservative activist Candace Owens’s new Prager University show, “The Candace Owens Show,” that aired Sunday morning.
“If you don’t run out the room and go, ‘Excuse me, you don’t talk to me like that, you don’t do that to me,’ and leave. But you stayed anyway because you’re like, ‘Well, I thought maybe he was going to give me a writing job.’ Well, you ain’t nothing but a ho.”
Listen to this part of their discussion below:
When Owens replied by highlighting the women who two years ago accused comedian Louis C.K. of sexual harassment, Barr fired back, “That’s who I’m talking about, too. I know a ho when I see one.”
A number of women claimed at the time that after C.K. invited them to his hotel room during the 2002 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado, he proceeded to strip and masturbate in their presence. It’s still unclear why they didn’t complain then or, better yet, just walk out.
Owens seemed to agree with Barr’s caustic assessment.
“What the hell were you doing in his hotel room. What happens at 3 am in the morning in a man’s hotel room? Business meetings?” she sarcastically said.
“They’re pretending that they didn’t go to trade sexual favors for money,” Barr said in agreement.
“I tried to trade sexual favors for career [advancement], but nobody was buying it, and I was like, ‘You know, come on, this is so unfair,” she added in jest, spurring Owens to burst out laughing. “I had to make it on talent and good looks alone.”
Her point was that she entered the business decades ago intent on earning her keep and paying her dues the normal way. She didn’t expect handouts from men in power such as C.K., among others.
This attitude seems to place her in stark contrast to many women currently in power, including Democrat presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, who reportedly jump-started her career in the 90s by participating in an extramarital affair with then-San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown.
“Look at Kamala Harris, who I call Kama Sutra Harris,” Barr said. “We all know what she did … she slept her way to the bottom. There was a time as a feminist that we don’t do that. We have respect for ourselves and we stick together. But that all went to hell too.”
Willie Brown says Kamala Harris threatened him with indictment after their affair that helped launch her political career https://t.co/VRoiolTWmL
— ?? Jack Ralph ?? (@NevadaJack2) January 28, 2019
Barr had some choice words for debunked #MeToo victim Christine Blasey Ford as well. Last year Ford derailed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings by trotting out a hash of spurious sexual assault allegations at the very last minute.
She said Ford and other women who lie about sexual harassment and rape — and thus place the lives of innocent men in grave legal and social jeopardy — should be in prison.
“Nothing happened to her either. She should be in prison. White woman privilege,” Barr said.
This scathing condemnation was followed by Owens pointing out that during America’s Jim Crow days, white women used false allegations of sexual harassment and assault to destroy the lives of innocent black men, including Emmett Till, who was lynched at the age of 14 in 1955.
Listen to this part of the discussion below:
While the way in which Barr expressed her thoughts may have been somewhat brash, as some snowflakes would argue, her criticisms of the #MeToo movement were spot-on.
When the #MeToo movement first emerged back in 2017 because of since-exposed Hollywood pervert Harvey Weinstein, it centered on women rightly exposing their abusers.
As time has progressed, however, the #MeToo movement appears to have devolved into a veritable witch-hunt against any and all men, including perfectly innocent ones like Kavanaugh.
Check out social media’s reaction to Barr’s tough words below:
I agreed 100% what she said
— Lima_J (@Lima_J_V) March 3, 2019
lol Roseanne hits the nail on the head
— LiberalsRChildren (@LiberalsRChild1) March 3, 2019
She isn’t wrong and many agree with her. Angie Dickinson for one spoke the damn truth about the #MeToo rhetoric!
Angie Dickinson, was asked how she feels about the Hollywood #MeToo movement….
She responded, “I hate it” “An open robe is not a rape”~ Angie Dickinson
— 1????????????? (@1AmericanMama) March 3, 2019
— ❌John H❌ (@Jeh57John) March 3, 2019
Yes!! That’s my girl!
— Toe Knee (@Fallout911) March 3, 2019
BREAKING: “In a new off-the-rails interview, Roseanne Barr calls originators of the #MeToo movement “hos” and attacks Sen. Kamala Harris, Christine Blasey Ford and many other women”; how is she going to be fired now?
— Irving Spud (@IrvingSpud) March 3, 2019
Note how the latter Twitter user asked, “[H]ow is she going to be fired now?”
His point was that Barr is untouchable now. She already had her career and TV show destroyed last year after she tweeted a brash joke about Obama-era adviser Valerie Jarrett.
Watch the full interview with Owens below:
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