Roseanne Barr left many on social media scratching their heads Friday night after she repeated a right-wing conspiracy theory that President Trump freed children trapped in bondage. "Hundreds each month. He has broken up trafficking rings in high places everywhere", she wrote.
Barr, who's no stranger to promoting right-wing conspiracy theories, was apparently referring to a fantasy birthed on the anonymous online message site 4Chan previous year. Barr retweeted posts and links backing the "untold story" that shares similarities with the "Pizzagate" hoax that Hillary Clinton was running a child sex trafficking ring out of a pizza shop in Washington, D.C.
By all accounts, the comedian appeared to be referring to a conspiracy theory made by "QAnon". "Argh. Hit show on ABC. we have reached peak normalization", Teigen tweeted after Barr tweeted, "NAZI SALUTE".
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Arnold (who costarred in True Lies) and Barr were married more than 25 years ago, but his points about a disconnect between the reality of what Trump has brought down upon marginalized people and what the show has thus far-it's only two episodes in -depicted raise questions about how real the series is willing to get.
The theory, known as "The Storm", is believed to have started after Trump cryptically remarked during a photo op with military leaders and their spouses before a White House dinner last October that reporters were seeing the "calm before the storm". The Daily Beast reported. The actress added hours later, "tell Qanon to DM me in the nexxt 24 hours". "I disagree on some things, but give him benefit of doubt-4 now", she tweeted. Barr has also promoted conspiracy theories about murdered Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.