Roseanne Barr called the Boston Marathon bombing a ‘false flag’ attack intended ‘to remove the 2nd amendment’

Roseanne Barr called the Boston Marathon bombing a 'false flag' attack intended 'to remove the 2nd amendment'

Roseanne Barr. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, File) The URL of actress Roseanne Barr is aptly named "RoseanneWorld.com." It is in this world that the conspiracy-peddling Barr was allowed to roam free with her words; and while her blog posts did not have the same impact as a single racist tweet that led to her show cancellation on Tuesday, they are attracting a second look. Of her bizarre history of blog posts includes a November 2013 "Letter to Congress," in which Barr asserts the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing attack was a work of fiction designed by anti-gun advocates. In the blog post (unearthed in a Salon piece later that month), Barr writes to Congress to "stop the dictatorship initiated in the Executive Branch," referring to acts of then-President Barack Obama. "These acts include the attack on whistleblowers, contriving false flag terror attacks to remove the 2nd amendment (Boston Marathon; case in point)," Barr writes. In the same post, Barr describes herself as the "Peace and Freedom Party" presidential candidate, and claims "Obamacare" had "Nazi origins." The unhinged internet activity of Roseanne Barr has been ongoing for years. But it was a single racist tweet on Tuesday, in which she called former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett a product of the Muslim Brotherhood and the "Planet of the Apes," which led to not only an apology and Twitter departure by Barr herself, but the cancellation of the rebooted "Roseanne" show on ABC. Barr has openly admitted to suffering from mental illness in the […]

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