Roseanne Barr's coronavirus conspiracy

Brenda Watkins
April 9, 2020

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In celebrity news that should surprise nobody at all, disgraced racist Roseanne Barr cooked up a freakish conspiracy theory to explain the coronavirus epidemic.

Though Barr claimed Hawaii has "one [coronavirus] case on the island", as of the morning of April 7, there have been 385 confirmed cases and five deaths, according to a New York Times database.

As Norm sat on his couch and spoke with Roseanne via phone, he said, "The earth is like, 'Here's a virus, you know, here's a little test see how you do, ' " while bringing up the topic.

The disgraced actress appeared on former SNL star Norm MacDonald's YouTube series, Quarantined With Norm MacDonald on Sunday when she made the outlandish claims. "I think they're just trying to get rid of all my generation", Barr began. "I'm devising the flawless lawsuit and I am so blessed to have that time to sit here and be able to compile my thoughts and, you know be introspective so I can figure out how to f*** over everybody in the f***ing world over there".

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Today, Roseanne Barr has produced a second - indicating the coronavirus is only a ruse to kill rich boomers. They inherited the cash, so that they must go where the money is and find a way to receive it from individuals'.

Roseanne Barr claims that the coronavirus is a ploy to wipe out baby boomers. "So if you got them out of society, that would be a good thriller", Macdonald, 60, replied.

Barr also revealed that she's spending her time during the pandemic in Hawaii.

"I have the time now to research and come up with the ideal lawsuit", Barr says, adding she has been gathering her thoughts about her show being canceled in 2018 following a racist tweet, so she can now, "fuck over everybody in the fucking world over there".

The former "Saturday Night Live" comedian seemed to agree with her and even likened Barr's idea to a movie plot.

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