Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, continues to prove that he is a Left-wing elitist, hell-bent on pushing his radical Leftist agenda into all of Disney’s entertainment outlets.
But he may have gone too far in this infuriating interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Bob Iger just revealed why he fired Roseanne Barr from her show and trashed her in a way that will make every single Trump supporter furious with Disney.
Rosanne Barr’s TV show was a huge success from day one.
It was an overnight success and received so much positive feedback that it quickly gained a loyal audience.
But Bob Iger fired Rosanne Barr from the TV show when she tweeted something offensive.
Roseanne immediately apologized and explained that she was suffering a side effect from a drug she was prescribed to at the time.
Still, Bob Iger decided to throw her under the bus.
Disney CEO Bob Iger recently said that his decision to fire Roseanne Barr from her own hit TV show was an “easy” one to make.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her Super Soul Sunday talk show on the Oprah Winfrey Network, Iger said that he did not really have to give any thought at all to the firing of the sitcom star. It was just the “right” thing to do.
In May of 2018, Barr tweeted out a slam on former Obama operative Valarie Jarrett by invoking the Planet of the Apes. Barr later apologized for her tweet, said she was not aware that Jarrett was a black woman, and said she was suffering a side effect from the drug Ambien when she wrote the tweet.
Despite the apology, liberals called Barr a “bigot” for the comment, and in only a matter of days, Iger decided to fire her from her hit show.
Now we know the truth behind Roseanne’s firing from her hit TV show.
Iger used her ill-advised tweet as the catalyst to fire her and destroy her legacy.
The reality is that Iger’s decision was more than likely politically motivated.
He couldn’t stand the idea of a popular TV show featuring a Trump supporter.
What do you think?
Should Bob Iger have fired Roseanne Barr?
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