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Roseanne Barr shows her support for freedom from mob mentality

Jun 16, 2018
08:44 A.M.
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Roseanne Barr recently became active on Twitter once again following the controversy, which involved the cancelation of Roseanne, and had been talking about her continued fight against mob mentality.

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Barr has been using the social media platform to express her thoughts on several issues.

The now-disgraced comedian first wrote on June 14th about how she grew up with survivors of Auschwitz and Belsen.

She shared that because of them, she had been made aware of the issues of mob mentality which pushed her to become an advocate for the oppressed.

‘My childhood was spent growing up in an apartment house owned by my grandmother filled with survivors of Auschwitz and Belsen. I am an advocate 4 them & for all oppressed ppl. I will always be 4 FREEDOM FROM MOB MENTALITY,’ Barr wrote.

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Her next tweet showed an update on what has been keeping her busy these days. Barr wrote that she had been making picture frames with her mother.

She also shared that she had been listening to her ‘beautiful’ and ‘precious’ mom and her partner, Johnny Argent, playing songs together.

Barr added that she was in ‘heaven.’

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In another tweet, she revealed that she had been learning songs by Amy Winehouse and gushed that she had been singing all day.

She continued with a positive message for her followers, writing, ‘Life is great. The hounds bark but the caravan moves on. LAUGH ALL YOU CAN EVERYDAY! love u all.’

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Somehow, the actress seemed to suggest that despite the criticisms she had been receiving, she continues to stay positive.

Although her last tweet appeared as a warning to many. She wrote that she has a lot to say but she will only speak her sentiments at the right time and place.

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Barr previously made headlines when she wrote offensive tweets against former President Barack Obama’s adviser, Valerie Jarrett.

The racist tweets she wrote pushed ABC to cancel her hit-show, Roseanne, which was a reboot of the original series.

With the show’s cancelation, more backlash went towards Barr’s way, including the fact that many people lost their jobs because of her.

Previously, Barr also a statement wherein she denied that she was a racist

For more updates about Barr, visit our Twitter account, @amomama_usa.

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