Roseanne Barr went viral on Twitter after she posted a strange video saying that Donald Trump is the “first woman  president.” 

The tweet, which as since been deleted, was posted on Thursday and included a one-minute clip of Roseanne speaking to the camera and holding what appeared to be a cigar. 

She said,  “You know what I think — discuss amongst yourselves if you don’t agree — you don’t really have to burn me at the stake for not agreeing with me — but let me just throw out one idea.”

Barr then explained that no one is going to listen to her anyway and stated, “I’m tired of being monitored and corrected and s—, ya know, f— it. I’ll say what I’m gonna say. Trump — hear me when I say this — Trump is, in my opinion, the first woman president of the United States.”

With that, Barr quickly ended the video without saying anything more. 

Barr’s message quickly grew traction and left many wondering if Barr was trying to insult Trump by saying this. Barr is previously known for for showing support for the current president. 

 

In 2018, Barr revealed that she had voted for Trump and explained that she had even spoken with him on the phone when he wanted to congratulate her on the reboot of her show Roseanne. However, the reboot was canceled after Burr compared Valerie Jarrett, who was an aid to former president Barack Obama, to a Planet Of the Apes character. 

In a 2018 video, Barr blamed the cancelation of the show on her support of Trump. She said, “My show was canceled before even one advertiser pulled out and I was labeled a racist. Why, you ask? Well, the answer is simple. It’s because I voted for Donald Trump and that is not allowed in Hollywood.”