Earlier this month, Peace and Freedom Party presidential candidate Roseanne Barr announced that her personal Twitter account would be reserved solely for comedic tweets. Ladies and gentlemen, the comedy stylings of Roseanne Barr:
jewish mind control is the hardest to break out of.
— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) August 22, 2012
Anti-Semitism with a heaping side of ooey, gooey conspiracy-mongering: always a knee-slapper.
This is hardly the first time Roseanne has let her true anti-Semitic colors shine through under the flimsy guise of supposed comedy. Last year she told Chelsea Handler, “My kids are half-Jew. I couldn’t wait to like breed with non-Jewish people.”
What antisemitic nonsense. You are pathetic. RT @TheRealRoseanne: jewish mind control is the hardest to break out of.
— Sarah Rumpf (@rumpfshaker) August 23, 2012
Batsh*t crazy and an anti-semite RT @TheRealRoseanne: jewish mind control is the hardest to break out of.
— Geaux Galt (@PolitiCajun) August 22, 2012
Heard tin hats help RT @TheRealRoseanne: jewish mind control is the hardest to break out of.
— vbspurs (@vbspurs) August 22, 2012
Roseanne proceeded immediately to the last refuge of stomach-turningly anti-Semitic scoundrels.
I'm a Jew, so refrain from calling me an anti-semite.
— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) August 23, 2012
Sorry, Roseanne. That won’t fly among sane, decent people. How ’bout you refrain from being an anti-Semite?
Folks. Being Jewish is not a defense against claims of anti-Semitism. That goes for you, @TheRealRoseanne.
— Daniel Wein (@danielwein) August 23, 2012
Next time Roseanne wants to flaunt her hatred and bigotry, perhaps she should make a date with Cher.