Roseanne Barr Says Women Who Came Forward as Part of #MeToo Are "Nothing But Hos"

Roseanne Barr slammed the #MeToo movement, California Sen. Kamala Harris and more in a wide-ranging interview on The Candace Owens Show 's inaugural episode, which went live Sunday morning.

Barr, whose reboot of the hit ABC show Roseanne was canceled last May when she tweeted racist remarks about former Obama administration adviser Valerie Jarrett, said women who find themselves in men's hotel rooms at 3 a.m. and later come forward with accusations are "pretending that they didn't go to trade sexual favors for money."

"We all know what she did … she slept her way to the bottom," Barr said, referring to the senator's previous relationship with former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown.

Barr also said at one point during the interview that Christine Blasey Ford , who last year accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault in the 1980s, "should be in prison."

("These funds have been used exclusively for necessary costs of physical security and housing occasioned by coming forward about her sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh," Ford's lawyers said at the time , adding that any unused money would be donated to "organizations that support trauma survivors.")

During her appearance on Owens' show, Barr also discussed her version of the events that led to her ousting, the 2016 election, capitalism and more.

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