Roseanne Barr expresses strong support for Trump, stating that she is “all in” for his presidency. She also warns against the perceived threat of communism, urging for action to stop it.

Roseanne Barr All In For Trump In 2024, Calls Out ‘Horrible Communists, Stalinists’

The legendary comedian Roseanne Barr made headlines last weekend when she confirmed that she is “all in” for Donald Trump heading into 2024 while speaking at Turning Point USA’s AmericaFest event in Phoenix, Arizona.

“I’m just all in [with Trump] because I know if I ain’t all in, they’re going to put my a** in a gulag… And I don’t wanna go to a re-education camp and have to give all my money to a bunch of losers that never know how [to] get a job,” Barr, 71, told the crowd, according to Daily Mail.

“If we don’t stop these horrible communists, Stalinists, with a huge helping of Nazi-fascist thrown in,” she continued. “Plus one caliphate to replace every Christian democracy on Earth now! Occupy! Do you know that?”

“We don’t care which party is wrong, we know they’re both nothing but crap!” Barr added. “They’re both on the take! They’re both stealing us blind! We just want the truth about everything we fought and died and suffered to protect!”

Barr later took to social media to explain that she had improvised most of this speech.

“I cannot believe I accidentally deleted my speech when making my last edit just before walking out,” she wrote. “I had to wing it last night, it was so scary. But I’m glad you guys liked it!”

This is not the first time Barr has publicly supported Trump. In a previous episode on Donald Trump Jr.’s “Triggered” podcast, she expressed her admiration for the former president calling him a funny guy and taking what many would perceive as a dig at the left, claiming they “hate humor” and are “fascists.”

Barr has long been one of the only celebrities in the entertainment world who has unapologetically supported Trump publicly.

Earlier this year, the former Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake called for Barr to be Trump’s running mate.

“I know that if President Trump needs a female Vice President, I’m starting to think right now as I’m sitting here: Trump—Barr,” Lake said while interviewing the former “Roseanne” star back in September, according to Newsweek.

“Well, you know, wherever I could be useful fellow and sister citizens,” Barr replied with a laugh. “I have the time and I think I’m smart and I’m definitely committed to the survival of this representational government of, by and for the people and I think that we can’t let it disappear from the Earth because it won’t ever come back.”

Barr’s unapologetic support for Trump has fans of the former president hopeful that she may play a part in his next campaign, whether it be as a supporter or potentially as a running mate.

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