Entertainment 'Roseanne' fans boycott sitcom revival after news Roseanne Barr's character supports Trump

08:16  10 january  2018
08:16  10 january  2018 Source:   9The FIX

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Expect comedian Roseanne Barr to tackle Donald Trump and the current reality of ordinary Americans when a revival of her popular family sitcom debuts on ABC mid-season. And ABC is and has made very easy to boycott there fake, News , and all that they broad cast the fake fake broadcaster that

Roseanne Barr announced at Monday’ s Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour that like herself in real life, her sitcom character is a Donald Trump supporter in the upcoming Roseanne revival heading to ABC in March.

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The revived “ Roseanne ” sitcom will bring the Conner family and the life of the country up to date when it debuts March 27 on ABC. Barr was also pressed to defend her character ’ s support for Trump in light of what one reporter called his “racism and xenophobia.”

Roseanne Barr and Donald Trump Getty Images. Roseanne Barr said her character ’ s support for President Donald Trump in the revived sitcom “ Roseanne ” is a reflection of her own views and also true to the show’ s roots.

When Roseanne returns to ABC in March, it returns with the revelation that the titular character voted for Donald Trump.

"I've always tried to have it be a true reflection of the society we live in. Half the people voted for Trump and half didn't. It's just realistic," star Roseanne Barr, who is an outspoken Trump supporter in real life, said on Monday.

Executive producer Bruce Helford added that Roseanne's husband Dan (John Goodman) "didn't necessarily" vote for Trump, ("I don't think he voted," he said.) while Jackie (Laurie Metcalf) was pro-Hillary Clinton.

Barr went on to note that the show in its original run always set out to explore working class people, and many working-class people voted for Trump. Additionally, she said that she is not a "Trump apologist" and there are things he has done that she doesn't agree with.

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PASADENA, Calif. — Roseanne Barr said her character ' s support for President Donald Trump in the revived sitcom " Roseanne " is a reflection of her own views and also true to the show' s roots.

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Actress Roseanne Barr attends the Disney ABC Television TCA Winter Press Tour. © VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images Actress Roseanne Barr attends the Disney ABC Television TCA Winter Press Tour. "No one is brainwashed into being in agreement 100% with [anyone]," Barr said.

But not everyone is pleased with the decision to have Barr, an outspoken Trump supporter in real life, play a Trump supporter on TV.

"I won't be watching," commented one fan on the show's official Instagram account. "This was my all-time favorite TV show and you're tainting its legacy and ruining it with political bulls**t. There's no redeeming a racist, homophobic, misogynistic, ignorant, dangerous hate-mongering "President" no matter what your blue collar angle or justification is.

Added another, "I was really excited about this until I read that Roseanne’s character will be portrayed as a Trump supporter."

Dozens of other fans sounded off on Twitter.

Still, others took issue with the boycott and threw their support behind Barr instead.

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