Does Roseanne Barr Still Believe in QAnon?

Rosanne Barr, the star of the TV show Rosanne, has some unique theories which have placed her in hot water more than a few times. Conspiracy theories and her connection to Donald Trump have been the main focus of Roseanne Barr’s Twitter account. What is her current theory about QAnon, and how did it affect her life?

The conspiracy theory QAnon

Roseanne Barr during a press conference on Yom Kippur eve
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QAnon isn’t a what but a who. QAnon is the username of the signer who places messages on the message board 4chan, according to an article by The Daily Beast. The messages the user leaves support the theory that Trump has planned to arrest Democrats for being involved in satanic child sex trafficking rings. Even though QAnon’s predictions and details about the arrest of John Podesta never came true, there are still those who believe in the theories like Barr.

Twitter messages voiced Roseanne Barr’s opinion

Barr’s sharp right turn in politics has led to her tweeting QAnon’s theories and asking to speak with the user directly. She even went on to write, “President Trump has freed so many children held in bondage to pimps all over this world. Hundreds each month. He has broken up trafficking rings in high places everywhere,” even though there is no official evidence that it is true.

Barr did take some time off Twitter and her website but returned to continue her support for QAnon. In one Tweet, she wrote, “MKULTRA,” a reference to the 1960s CIA mind control program, but the reason for the mention remains unclear.  However, she continued to post videos and mentions of the conspiracy, even after attempting to run for President.

The reboot of ‘Roseanne’ was canceled


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Barr’s social media behavior is one reason why the reboot of the lucrative show Roseanne was canceled. According to ET, she posted a Tweet that was considered racist and degrading about former Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. Barr defended herself by stating the Tweet was written while she was on the sleeping medication Ambien, which is known to make its users do weird things.

ABC developed a TV show based on the original Roseanne, that being The Conners, which stars the original cast of Roseanne, minus Barr. The actor blames her former co-star Sara Gilbert for being left out of the new TV show, as she believes it was her denouncement of the Tweet that got Barr fired and Roseanne canceled.

What is Roseanne Barr doing now?

Since the cancellation of Roseanne, Barr has remained silent on social media. Her involvement with the conspiracy theories and her Tweets has effectively ruined her career, and the 65-year-old actor has decided to leave it behind for a short time. However, short messages still appear to her fans, inviting them to watch her YouTube channel.

Barr has made a move to sue Hollywood for wrongful firing off of the reboot’s cast. Barr blamed several people for her firing and didn’t stop tweeting about it. She even went as far as saying she had plenty of time to think about how to ruin everyone’s lives that were involved. None of her former co-stars have commented on her lawsuit yet.

Barr continues to interview and make short videos on her YouTube channel. According to ET, one video even shows her support for the LGBTQ community, where the actor states she identified as “queer” and calls for the removal of hateful words. She continues to live in her Hawaii home and is healthy despite rumors of a heart attack.