Roseanne Barr’s sitcom cancelled following celeb’s “Chelsea Soros Clinton” attack on Twitter

The sh*t hit the fan in Hollywood on Tuesday after several powerful leftists appear to have banded together behind the scenes to orchestrate a full-court press retaliation against Bar for tweeting out how she really feels

(INTELLIHUB) — The hit television sitcom Rosanne, starring Roseanne Barr, has been cancelled by ABC on Tuesday after the famed comedian made a several controversial tweets which left wing ideologues used as a tool in order to get her show barred.

It appears to have all started when the comedian tweeted late Monday evening: “Chelsea Soros Clinton.”

However, Barr’s stab at Bill and Hillary’s daughter was enough to send Chelsea herself into a frenzy, forcing her to pledge her allegiance to George Soros and Open Society.

Chelsea tweeted: “Good morning Roseanne – my given middle name is Victoria. I imagine George Soros’s nephews are lovely people. I’m just not married to one. I am grateful for the important work @OpenSociety does in the world. Have a great day!”

Rosanne immediately responded, replying to Chelsea’s tweet with: “Sorry to have tweeted incorrect info about you!I Please forgive me! By the way, George Soros is a nazi who turned in his fellow Jews 2 be murdered in German concentration camps & stole their wealth-were you aware of that? But, we all make mistakes, right Chelsea?”

Rosanne followed up by firing out another tweet which read: “I’m sorry-Chelsea Clinton IS NOT married to a nephew of George Soros-i apologize for the mistake! ! #Sorry.”

Several hours later Roseanne vowed she would be leaving the social media platform altogether after ABC’s announcement of the cancellation made headlines. “I am now leaving Twitter,” the newly jobless star wrote.

ABC’s official statement in regards the cancellation of the Roseanne show was given from the top down by the President of ABC Entertainment Channing Dungey and was posted on Twitter by Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger who apparently does Dungey’s dirty work.

From Channing Dungey, President of ABC Entertainment: “Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show.”

There was only one thing to do here, and that was the right thing.

As it turns out, supposedly, Barr’s show was not canceled over to her tweets about “Chelsea Soros Clinton” and Soros being a “Nazi” but rather over a “joke” tweet in which the comedian referred to former Obama Advisor Valerie Jarret as an “ape” in which the ABC Network apparently didn’t find very funny.

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The cancellation of the hit sitcom also came after left wing civil rights activist and Black Lives Matter affiliate DeRay Mckesson took advantage of the pickle Barr was in when he asked ABC corporate on Twitter how they could stand to “profit from Roseanne’s racism.”

Launching his tweetstorm, DeRay wrote: “We know racism sells in this country, it always has. But you don’t have to participate in it. This apology is meaningless. Cancel Roseanne.”

Following ABC’s cancellation of the Roseanne show DeRay threw out a follow-up tweet into Twitterland which simply stated: “Good riddance. Bye Roseanne.”

To make matters worse, as rumor has it that DeRay may himself be funded by George Soros in some capacity.

DeRay is most famous for orchestrating the “Summer of Chaos” which was a Soros/Black Lives Matter plan to undermine the 2016 election by creating an environment of chaos on the streets in America.

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From the Hollywood Reporter: “Axing the Roseanne revival was no small decision for ABC. The rebooted comedy debuted its nine-episode run midseason and finished as the TV season’s No. 1 scripted series on all of broadcast. Roseanne had been averaging a 5.5 rating among adults 18-49 and 19.3 million viewers with live-plus-3 lifts. With a full week of time-shifting, those numbers climbed to a 6.4 rating in the key demo and 22.1 million viewers. Either way, Roseanne was the highest-rated and most watched series of the broadcast season, eclipsing NBC’s This Is Us and CBS’ The Big Bang Theory — which had been in a heated battle for top status.”