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NOT FUNNY: Here’s How ABC Plans To Kill Off Roseanne’s Character

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Roseanne Barr said that ABC plans to kill off her character with an opioid overdose when the Disney-owned network launches “The Conners” this fall.

Roseanne was fired from the show and relinquished her rights to the spinoff, which does not include Barr. Barr tweeted about Valerie Jarrett, whom Barr thought was white. Jarrett has done a significant amount of damage to the country, principally through her appeasement of the Iranian regime and her corruption of federal government agencies in the United States including the IRS.

Barr spoke of the “insult” to her TV family — and the viewers who loved them dating back to 1988 — in her interview with #WalkAway founder Brandon Straka.

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Barr’s ex-husband Tom Arnold — brother of the original Iowa “Meth Queen” — is making headlines for confronting and brawling with President Donald Trump’s friend, reality show producer Mark Burnett.

Hollywood person Tom Arnold ambushed President Donald Trump’s friend Mark Burnett, the reality show producer, and his wife “Touched By An Angel” actress Roma Downey, as part of his upcoming anti-Trump television show.

 

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YouTube Temporarily SUSPENDS One America News Network’s Channel for Violating “COVID-19 Misinformation” Policy

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YouTube has temporarily suspended and demonetized the conservative One America News Network (most often referred to as OAN or OANN) for ostensibly violating their policy against “COVID-19 misinformation.”

Axios first reported the story Tuesday afternoon. YouTube spokeswoman Ivy Choi told the news outlet that OANN “uploaded a video promoting a phony cure for COVID-19.”

The suspension will last one week. In that time OANN cannot upload new videos or livestreams, and neither will they be able to make money from video monetization unless they re-apply and YouTube approves.

According to YouTube this is the OANN channel’s first “strike.” If they receive two more “strikes,” they will permanently ban their channel.

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Axios also notes that “YouTube, like other platforms, has grown more willing to take action against conservative-leaning accounts that spread misinformation” and that “it has also been trying to provide greater visibility to legitimate news outlets.” In other words, grown more willing to suppress channels that don’t adhere to The Official Narrative and prop up channels that exuberantly do.

Back in September YouTube also censored Dr. Scott Atlas, a Hoover Institute senior fellow and Trump coronavirus advisor, for spreading “COVID-19 misinformation”:

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