The ABC reboot called ‘The Conners’ aired last night, minus Roseanne Barr, due to her firing over a tweet she made comparing Barack Obama’s puppeteer, Valerie Jarrett, to being a cross between if the Muslim Brotherhood and ‘Planet of the Apes’ had a baby, which would be a very funny observation if it weren’t for the leftists political motivation to eliminate quite possibly the greatest TV sitcom in US history, because Roseanne Conner was a vocal Trump supporter.
In May of this year, selective outrage was placed onto Roseanne Barr over her Valerie Jarrett tweet, which was used as the excuse to pull ‘Roseanne’ off the air. The program resonated soundly with American viewers, and pulled in some 27 million viewers in its first episode upon its return, across all platforms.
Due to the largely unprecedented popularity of the return of ‘Roseanne’ in its latest season since 1997, ABC had already set them up for a second season. However, the Democrats and censor seeking leftists of the entertainment industry intended to shut down the TV show, in any which way that they could.
Roseanne Barr’s hilarious and poignant tweet about US traitor Valerie Jarrett was the catalyst to make their wishes come true, since a TV program which sought to normalise and bring the United States back together was definitely a threat to the failing plans of the multi-faceted fake efforts of Democratic socialism, just like Valerie Jarrett, for instance. Isn’t it ironic, don’t you think?
So, in a sad state of affairs, ‘Roseanne’ re-aired yesterday as ‘The Conners’, without the family matriarch at the helm. Let us now predict what will really happen to this new reboot. Dun, dun, dun… it’s going to TANK massively, and there will be no second or third season whatsoever!
Talk about ABC shooting themselves in the foot, after they absolutely raked in ratings before Roseanne was fired after the first season of the show’s return. Following the new TV program that aired last night, Roseanne took to Twitter and let loose with the truth, tweeting:
I AIN’T DEAD, BITCHES!!!!
— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) October 17, 2018
During the program, before the first commercial interval, the macabre and depressing reason for Roseanne’s death was revealed: Roseanne Conner had passed away from an opioid overdose. A truly melancholy justification for a big mistake by ABC to fire Roseanne in the first place, giving ‘The Conners’ quite a lame commencement to what will most definitely be it’s very first and last season.
Let’s face it, there is no Roseanne show without Roseanne, no matter if you call it ‘The Conners’ and claim that she died of an opioid overdose. It’s just not the same without the central figure which made the show what it was, both in the 1990’s and earlier this year.
Now, we have to say it again, calling Valerie Jarrett out as being likened to the ‘Muslim Brotherhood & Planet of the Apes having a baby’ is not racist, nor is it anything bad to say about somebody who systematically made it her mission to destroy the United States of America from within, as a traitorous ape that accurately resembles a character from Pierre Boulle’s original ‘Planet of the Apes’ from 1963, you see?
Everybody knows that Roseanne Barr being fired from ‘Roseanne’ was largely a political vehicle of selective outrage from leftists to get her off the air, because her popularity would only grow the support for Donald Trump and Republicans, ahead of the midterm elections (in November), and for his administration at a time, when the Democrats were heading on a major downward spiral, which has ultimately continued and escalated to new heights of disaster for the Donkey party. That’s the real good news in all of this, is it not?
So, did firing Roseanne Barr from ABC’s ‘Roseanne’ help the Democrats? Will it even really prevent Valerie Jarrett from facing her impending doom, that’s still yet to come? Wait for it…
The answer is “nope”, and so all we’re really left with is a show called ‘The Conners’ that’s going to sink very badly, because Roseanne is not there anymore. If anything, not having Roseanne on ‘The Conners’ will grow even more support for a Republican vote in the midterm elections, as everybody can now truly see how treacherously fake and two-faced the Democrats, Hollywood, and much of the entertainment industry really are, with their selective bias against anything pro-Trump.
After Roseanne was fired, she attempted to do damage control and truthfully said that she had tweeted about Valerie Jarrett’s uncanny appearance of the Planet of the Apes, intermixed with her true affiliation with the Muslim Brotherhood (a glamourized & legitimized terror organisation of Egyptian origin), whilst under the influence of the common sleep aid, named ‘Ambien.’
So what?! No need to apologise for that perfect tweet, Roseanne, but we know why you did it, and that’s fine. Plus, everybody knows that Roseanne should never-ever have been fired from the ABC show to begin with, as it was a politically motivated social media reaction hit job from the leftist agenda.
Still, that doesn’t take away from the fact that putting out a story of an opioid overdose as the reason for Roseanne Conner’s death is a major “cheap shot” to the memory of one of America’s most beloved sitcom characters of all time, and ABC will now suffer for it, along with the viewing public that will turn off this poor excuse for a continuation of a TV show, which should’ve still remained as ‘Roseanne’, starring Roseanne Barr, in making ABC great again.
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American Rabbi Shmuel “Shmuley” Boteach, a dear friend of Roseanne, wrote a statement over the opioid plot line along with Roseanne, which was released yesterday, as follows:
‘Roseanne Barr and her longtime Rabbi and friend, World Values Network Founder Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, have issued the following statement regarding the cancellation of Roseanne and the premiere of The Conners:
‘While we wish the very best for the cast and production crew of The Conners, all of whom are deeply dedicated to their craft and were Roseanne’s cherished colleagues, we regret that ABC chose to cancel Roseanne by killing off the Roseanne Conner character. That it was done through an opioid overdose lent an unnecessary grim and morbid dimension to an otherwise happy family show.
‘This was a choice the network did not have to make. Roseanne was the only show on television that directly addressed the deep divisions threatening the very fabric of our society. Specifically, the show promoted the message that love and respect for one another’s personhood should transcend differences in background and ideological discord. The show brought together characters of different political persuasions and ethnic backgrounds in one, unified family, a rarity in modern American entertainment. Above all else, the show celebrated a strong, matriarchal woman in a leading role, something we need more of in our country.
‘Through humor and a universally relatable main character, the show represented a weekly teaching moment for our nation. Yet it is often following an inexcusable — but not unforgivable — mistake that we can discover the most important lesson of all: Forgiveness. After repeated and heartfelt apologies, the network was unwilling to look past a regrettable mistake, thereby denying the twin American values of both repentance and forgiveness. In a hyper-partisan climate, people will sometimes make the mistake of speaking with words that do not truly reflect who they are. However, it is the power of forgiveness that defines our humanity.
‘Our society needs to heal on many levels. What better way for healing than a shared moment, once a week, where we could have all enjoyed a compelling storyline featuring a witty character – a woman – who America connected with, not in spite of her flaws, but because of them. The cancellation of Roseanne is an opportunity squandered due in equal parts to fear, hubris, and a refusal to forgive.’ – Rabbi Shmuel “Shmuley” Boteach