Roseanne Barr: Coronavirus a conspiracy to “get rid of my generation” – National

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Roseanne Barr spoke with Norm Macdonald for her YouTube show, Quarantined with Norm Macdonald and she shared her thoughts on the new coronavirus pandemic.

Barr used his time on Macdonald’s show to share his theory that the new coronavirus is part of a plan to kill baby boomers.










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“I think we have to evolve. Do you know what it is, Norm? I think they’re just trying to get rid of my entire generation, “said Barr of the COVID-19 crisis.

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“The baby boomers who, you know, who inherited from them, you know, are widows. They inherited the money, so they could go anywhere and find a way to get it from people, “she added.

“There are so many baby boomers who have money and are not working. So if you took them out of society, it would be a good thriller, ”replied Macdonald.

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Barr self-isolated in Hawaii, where she said they had “no toilet paper and no more white rice.”

She added, “99% of Hawaiians are kidnapped and do exactly what they are told to do.”










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The old Roseanne The star said she feels “blessed” to be isolated as she now has “time to search and find the perfect trial … against Hollywood” for her 2018 dismissal of her eponymous sitcom on a racist tweet.

“I am designing the perfect trial and I am so fortunate to have this time and sit here and be able to compile my thoughts,” she said. “So I can understand how f-k on everyone f-king out there. “

In March, Barr accused Sara Gilbert of destroying “the show and my life” with a tweet.

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While speaking with The Washington Post Barr said she could not forgive Gilbert, who returned to play Darlene Conner in the revival and was also an executive producer, for tweeting that her comment on Valérie Jarret was “heinous”.

“She destroyed the show and my life with this tweet,” said Barr. “She will never have enough until she consumes my liver with a fine Chianti. “

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Gilbert said The Washington Post that her conversations with Barr before the restart reassured her that the show was a good idea.










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“I knew Roseanne, the person, was sometimes unpredictable, but she told me it was her takeover,” said Gilbert. “I chose to believe it. “

In May 2018, Barr was dismissed from Roseanne restart after a tweet on Jarrett, senior adviser to former US President Barack Obama.

Barr’s tweet – which has since been deleted – can be seen in a screenshot below.

Barr tried to apologize, saying it was a “bad joke” and that the tweet was the result of his “intoxication” caused by the mixture of Ambien and “two beers” .

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After the tweet, Gilbert denounced his co-star on Twitter.

“Roseanne’s recent comments about Valerie Jarrett, and much more, are obnoxious and do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or anyone associated with our show,” Gilbert tweeted at the time. “I am disappointed with his actions to say the least. “

Questions about COVID-19? Here are some things you should know:

Health authorities warn against all international travel. Return travelers are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days, starting March 26, in case they develop symptoms and to prevent the spread of the virus to others. Some provinces and territories have also implemented additional recommendations or enforcement measures to provide self-isolation for people returning to the region.

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Symptoms may include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing – very similar to a cold or the flu. Some people may develop a more serious illness. Those most at risk are the elderly and people with serious chronic conditions such as heart, lung or kidney disease. If you develop symptoms, contact public health authorities.

To prevent the virus from spreading, experts recommend washing your hands frequently and coughing up your sleeve. They also recommend minimizing contact with others, staying at home as much as possible, and keeping two meters away from others if you go out.
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