And on the third day, there was contrition.
Roseanne Barr is seeking an opportunity to personally call those she’s insulted on Twitter. No, not all of them — who has that kind of time? — but at least to phone three people she attacked leading up to ABC canceling her sitcom. Namely, George Soros, Valerie Jarrett, and Michelle Wolf.
To refresh: Barr compared former Obama senior advisor Jarrett to an ape on Tuesday and suggested she was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
She slammed comedian Wolf in April for her White House Correspondents’ Dinner performance.
And as far as Soros goes … well, it’s tough to imagine the billionaire philanthropist taking that phone call (“Mr. Soros, the former sitcom star who accused you of secretly being a Nazi is on Line 2 — you in?”).
But in seriousness, Barr has apologized many times online for the controversy that imploded her show and claims she’s trying to turn over a new leaf. ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel has asked for those online to show some compassion for the actress. Here are some of her latest tweets: