Roseanne Calls Louis Accusers and #MeToo Founders “Ho’s”

Rosanne Barr isn’t through getting in trouble for offensive and controversial opinions. While being interviewed by Candace Owens on her podcast The Candace Owens Show, Roseanne Barr said the originators of the #MeToo movement are “ho’s”. The episode debuted on Sunday. “They’re pretending that they didn’t go to trade sexual favors for money,” she said referring to women who have come forward to report sexual misconduct, and went on to say many more flagrant things.

Roseanne has opinions about the women who accused Louis C.K. of assault too: That’s who I’m talking about, too,” she said, and “I know a ho when I see one.”

Barr attacked Sen. Kamala Harris calling her Kama Sutra Harris, and accusing her of sleeping her way to the bottom. She also took shots at Christine Blasey Ford who she thinks should be in prison. She took shots at former colleagues Sandra Bernhard, Kathy Griffin and Sara Gilbert, saying she helped get them jobs when the networks told her that all three women were “too ugly to go on TV,” Barr said. At the time, she says she stuck up for the women, called the network response sexist, and said you can’t reduce women to facial flaws. But now, she feels differently. “Nowadays, I’m like, you’re right. They are too ugly to be on TV,” she says, but not because of their appearance. She claims they have “gone ugly on the inside.”

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