Donald Trump Jr. Openly Supporting Roseanne Barr’s Nazi Comments Just Hours Before Being Fired From ABC Fired Her

ABC has announced that it is canceling “Roseanne” after a racially insensitive tweet was posted by the show’s star.

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ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey declared this Tuesday that: “Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show.”

The shocking decision to shut down the rebooted sitcom — which debut to record-high ratings in March — followed hours after Roseanne Barr sparked a firestorm with what she later described as a “bad joke” about Valerie Jarrett.

“Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj,” Barr posted, using Jarrett’s initials. The message was a direct response to a tweet which accused Jarrett of helping to “hide” alleged misdeeds for the Obama administration.

The often controversial comedian later issued an apology, announcing that she was “leaving Twitter” following the comment.

ABC deciding to cancel it’s top-rated comedy could be a huge financial blow for the network, which saw its audience numbers peak with the politically charged reboot of the series.

“Look at Roseanne. Look at her ratings,” Trump had declared during a March speech in Ohio centered on infrastructure.

“Over 18 million people [watched] — and it was about us!” Trump told the crowd. “The fake news hasn’t quite figured it out … but they will.”

Donald Trump Jr. was the first to show support for Roseanne’s comments by sharing them on his own twitter page in a clear act of rebellion:

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