Roseanne Barr Says She Got Cancelled For Opposing Hillary Clinton

( )- Comedian Roseanne Barr is promoting a new documentary, “Roseanne: Kicked out of Hollywood” that debuted on Reelz this past Sunday.

In the documentary, Barr said any tweet of hers that didn’t include “I love Hillary Clinton” resulted in a phone call. She said her family was begging her to stop using Twitter, but she refused because she loved Twitter too much.

Describing herself as a “bad girl,” Roseanne said she will say “f**k it and f**k you until I take my last breath.”

Barr also addressed the tweet that finally got her barred from Twitter and fired from ABC.

Barr said of the tweet, which compared former Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett to one of the ape characters from the movie Planet of the Apes, that she probably shouldn’t have done it, but she was “really pissed off that day.” She said she only tweeted the Planet of the Apes meme because she was on Ambien, and that “makes you do a lot of crazy sh*t.”

Barr did release an apology at the time, saying she was sorry for making a bad joke about Valerie Jarrett’s looks, arguing that she wasn’t being racist because she didn’t know Jarrett was black.

But the apology wasn’t enough because it never is.

ABC fired her from the reboot of Roseanne, calling her comments “abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values.”

In the documentary, Barr said she was never given the chance to apologize properly or try to redeem herself. She even offered to go on ABC’s “The View” to explain herself and apologize.

Barr believes that she was unfairly targeted. Describing it as “intellectual witch-burning,” Barr blasted the media for their arrogance and ignorance. She said the country is “under such terrible censorship,” adding that it is frightening.