The United States has never had a female President…. unless you ask Roseanne Barr.
The controversial comedian thinks Donald Trump is "the first woman President of the United States."
On Thursday, Roseanne tweeted out a bizarre one-minute video clip in which she voiced her opinion.
"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," she said in the video. "And I hope that the hungry dogs in the street have enough meat as to not come after me for thinking and speaking. I'm tired of it."
After saying she's tired of being "monitored and corrected," Roseanne said, "Trump — hear me when I say this — Trump is, in my opinion, the first woman President of the United States."
Roseanne abruptly ended the video, which has since been deleted, following her theory that Trump has two X chromosomes. Some social media users were able to copy the video before it was purged.
Fans were understandably confused, with many wondering if this was meant as a show of support or disapproval. Roseanne, of course, was a staunch supporter of Trump while he was a candidate for president.
In June 2016, she told The Hollywood Reporter that America would be "lucky" if Trump were to win. She even credited Trump's victory as the reason for the reboot of her eponymous show, "Roseanne," which scored huge ratings upon its return to network TV.
Roseanne's view from the top wouldn't last long, as she had a very public fall from grace and was fired from her ABC show in 2018 after referring to former Obama White House staffer Valerie Jarrett, who's Black, as an "ape" during a middle-of-the-night tweet. She later apologized and said she was taking Ambien while tweeting. Last year she admitted that although she still tweets from her confirmed Twitter account, she also uses anonymous accounts to troll people.
"I have a lot of troll accounts so I say what a want under anonymous names," she told TMZ in May 2019. Under these anonymous accounts, she said, "I say the stuff I want to say."