“Give Ireland back to Britain” Actress Rosanne Barr goes on bizarre late night twitter rant

“Give Ireland back to Britain” Actress Rosanne Barr goes on bizarre late night twitter rant

​The American comedian spent the evening telling her twitter followers that Ireland was “anti-Jew” and that Ireland should be given back to Britain.

Comedian Rosanne Barr, best known for her self-named TV show, went on a twitter rant last night, claiming that Ireland had an anti-semantic problem.
Claiming that the Irish were “occupying Ireland” in the same way Palestine’s “occupy Israel”, the actress wrote: “the lefty Irish R up to their armpits in hosting anti semitic festivals abt killing all jews in Israel, but h8 me saying give Ireland away2.”
This came after she demanded that the Irish “give Ireland back to Britain”, attacking any followers who disagreed with her, deeming them “abusive” or “imperialists”.
When a concerned fan asked if she was okay, Rosanne replied: “I have a chip on my shoulder for genocidal jew haters. I don’t pander to them I don’t forgive and I don’t forget.”
This isn’t the first time the actress has spoken out about antisemitism, just a few years ago having another explosive rant in which she attacked the whole of Hollywood for being against the Jewish faith, claiming she would never work in television again.
Daily Record
 

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