Roseanne Barr on Valerie Jarrett: I Thought the B-tch Was White!

You know what, folks?

We're starting to think that Roseanne Barr may be a tad bit unhinged.

What? That's not exactly a groundbreaking statement? 

Okay, fine. Fair enough.

Many people likely believed this as soon as Barr referred to former Barack Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett as ape, something Roseanne Tweeted that prompted the cancelation of her sitcom.

Others may have believed it after Roseanne ranted and raved in response to this cancelation.

And still others may have believed this after Roseanne said people only dislike her because she's Jewish.

Now, meanwhile, anyone NOT convinced has another reason to question Barr's mental capacity.

Late Thursday night, a NSFW video of the 65-year-old comedian was posted to her official YouTube page.

In the brief clip, which we've shared above, Barr looks rather disordered and distressed as she smokes a cigarette.

She also argues with a male producer about the editing of a previous video, one that was evidently spliced together from multiple shoots and showed Roseanne wearing different outfits.

Soon, the irritated actress/comedian brings up the since-deleted tweet in which she likened Jarrett, an African-American ex-advisor to President Obama, to an “ape.”

Screams Roseanne:

“I’m trying to talk about Iran! I’m trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett about the Iran deal. That’s what my tweet was about."

“I thought the bitch was white!” she then says, growing even louder. “Goddamnit, I thought the bitch was white. F-ck!”

This really is quite the minute-plus of footage.

In the past, Roseanne tried to defend herself in a somewhat more reserved manner.

“I’m not a racist, I never was & I never will be,” she tweeted in May, for example, adding back then:

“One stupid joke in a lifetime of fighting 4 civil rights 4 all minorities, against networks, studios, at the expense of my nervous system/family/wealth will NEVER b taken from me.”

Also in June, Barr gave a tearful interview on Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s podcast.

"I have to face that it hurt people,” she said.

“When you hurt people even unwillingly there’s no excuse. I don’t want to run off and blather on with excuses. But I apologize to anyone who thought, or felt offended and who thought that I meant something that I, in fact, did not mean.

"It was my own ignorance, and there’s no excuse for that ignorance. I definitely feel remorse. I’ve lost everything. And I regretted it before I lost everything."

ABC has given the green light to The Connors, a spinoff sitcom that, we presume, will center around the death of Roseanne's long-running character.

Check out Barr's ridiculous video above.

Roseanne barr posts unhinged video defense of valerie jarrett tw

Roseanne says Valerie Jarrett Comment Wasn’t Racist, ‘I Thought the Bitch Was White!’

Roseanne Barr let out a primal scream with her latest explanation of the racist tweet targeted at Valerie Jarrett … “I THOUGHT THE BITCH WAS WHITE!!!!!” Roseanne was being interviewed about her comment, comparing former Obama White House staffer…


Duggar Pants Scandal: Has Jinger Been Rocking Jeans For Longer Than We Thought?!

The narrative regarding Jinger Duggar’s decision to wear pants in defiance of her family’s dress code usually goes something like this:

Jinger married Jeremy Vuolo, and like a wizard granting freedom to a house elf, he gave her the gift of liberty in the form of an article of clothing.

Jeremy allowed Jinger to wear pants as a sort of public but extremely mild eff-you to her domineering dad.

Or at least that’s the story we’ve been told up to this point.

But perhaps Jinger earned her rebel cred much earlier than anyone thought.

And perhaps she didn’t need the help of a man to assert her independence.

The photo below first appeared on social media in 2017.

But eagle-eyed fans recently noted that it was taken in 2015!

Yes, that’s Jinger wearing pants months before her courtship with Jeremy began.

And second from left? That’s Joy-Anna Duggar — who’s also wearing pants!

Granted, these are snow pants we’re talking about, and the ladies are clearly about to embark on some sort of wilderness expedition.

But for most of their upbringing, the “no pants” rule was inflexible.

Women were forced to wear long skirts at all times, even while playing sports or engaging in other outdoor activities, as evidenced by video in which Joy-Anna lifts weights in a floor-length skirt.

So the revelation that exceptions were made is rather surprising.

The above photo appeared on Jinger’s Instagram page earlier this week.

As you can see, she’s proudly rocking both pants and a sizable baby bump.

Fans have had nothing but praise for both the pic and Jinger’s rebellious spirit:

“I love how she is just always herself and doesn’t conform to others’ orders — for example, the pants. #strong #blessed, ” one fan wrote on Instagram. 

“You look so beautiful, @jingervuolo — even in your pants. I’m glad to see that you’re being the person I always knew you would grow up to be, your own person,” commented another.

Something tells us Jinger will soon be the most free-spirited mother the Duggar clan has ever seen.

Watch Counting On online for more from reality TV’s most controversial family.