Roseanne Barr Has Been ‘Reflecting’ On Her Twitter Drama & Now Claims Her Planet Of The Apes Comment Was About Anti-Semitism!

She just figured it out!

Roseanne Barr is getting some much needed r&r: rest and Rod Serling-inspired excuses!

On Wednesday, the disgraced sitcom star let her Twitter followers know she’s been reflecting on things — and is still sure she’s not racist — in the weeks since ABC canceled her show over a racist tweet she wrote about Valerie Jarrett.

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While the network scrambles to salvage her hit with some form of a Roseanne-less reboot, the comedian is still making excuses for describing Barack Obama‘s former advisor as a cross between “muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes.”

And after sitting on it for weeks, Ro-Ro finally realized why her comment was so “misunderstood.” She claims the “apes” descriptor wasn’t about race, but a reference to Rod Serling’s 1968 sci-fi film “about anti-semitism.”

She twitsplained:

Hear that, low IQ ppl? Roseanne’s tweet was so nuanced, it took her almost a month to figure it out herself!

Still think she’s racist? Well then you should know Roseanne has also been watching a documentary about Malcolm X, directed by her “dear friend” Thomas Muhammad — who will also apparently tell you she’s not racist.

See what the comedian had to say (below).

As for what else she’s been up to, Roseanne shared:

Roseanne has previously claimed she had no idea Jarrett was even black. Do U think her tweet really was misunderstood, or is she just rodding for excuses?

[Image via YouTube.]

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