Roseanne Barr and Elon Musk were once both heroes of the Left.
But they went from heroes to arch enemies the moment they dared deviate from the false leftist narrative.
And now the free-speech-loving duo are teaming up, and their partnership is triggering all the woke radicals.
Cancel culture strikes again
The woke mob has sharpened their pitchforks and lit their torches with their sights set on canceling comedian Roseanne Barr on several occasions.
But the liberal Trump-supporter has survived all the Left’s best efforts to silence her.
Meanwhile, Elon Musk, in the eyes of left-wing activists, went from the savior of the planet to a supervillain.
And like Roseanne, the richest man in the world is thriving in the face of the hate from the Left.
But the only thing that could trigger a leftist more than a Roseanne joke or an Elon tweet is this new partnership between the two.
Roseanne strikes a new deal
Roseanne – a Jewish comedian – is rebounding from the latest attempt to cancel her.
The Left somewhat successfully tried to deplatform the former sitcom star for making a joke comparing people who deny any election fraud in the 2020 election to Holocaust deniers.
But the joke is on the thought police.
Roseanne just inked a new deal giving her a new show.
PublicSq – the conservative alternative to Amazon – is sponsoring a new Roseanne show to the tune of six-figures.
“PublicSq proudly stands for free speech and against the cancellation of dissenting voices,” PublicSq CEO Michael Seifert wrote in a statement. “We are beyond excited to partner with Roseanne Barr on her new monthly special. PublicSq will continue to honor America’s free speech values that so many corporate behemoths ignore.”
And X-owner Elon Musk is giving Roseanne a platform for her new program, as it’ll be a Twitter exclusive.
And fans of Roseanne will be happy to learn this won’t just be the iconic comedian talking to her webcam.
On the Money is reporting the show will be far more involved than that.
“It could involve a written monologue or sketch comedy, be at least a half-hour long, and air monthly,” On the Money reported.
For her part, Roseanne is a fan of the Tesla founder and excited to begin a working relationship.
Especially since Musk is apparently giving her free rein over her program.
“We’re followers of Elon and it’s pretty evident to us that whatever we want goes,” Barr said. “It’s a great way for people to fight back against totalitarianism.”
Roseanne and Elon a striking pair
Meanwhile, the New York Post is reporting that it was YouTube’s recent removal of the Theo Von podcast episode that intrigued Musk to give Roseanne a new platform to perform.
“Comedy is legal on this platform,” Musk tweeted at the time of YouTube’s censorship decision.
There is no word yet on when Roseanne’s debut episode will air.