American comedian and actress Roseanne Barr will host Trumpettes USA Inc.’s third annual gala. Barr is expected to deliver the keynote address for the Mar-a-Lago event.
According to the Palm Beach Post, the event is scheduled to take place in early February, in the middle of the Super Bowl season, and the president is expected to be the winner of re-election by then, according to BizPac Review.
The event will also be attended by the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr.
“Roseanne is a really loyal Trump supporter. If there was ever anybody who really put their mouth on the line and said how much she loves the president, she is one of them,” Trumpettes founder Toni Holt Kramer told The Palm Beach.
Trumpettes USA Inc. emerged after the then-Republican candidate announced his candidacy for president in 2015. The organization is designed for all those women who are proud to support President Trump.
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As BizPac Review reports, just three months after Donald Trump took office, Kramer founded Trumpettes USA to attract the vote of women who wanted to support the current president of the United States.
Years later, many more famous women have joined the organization, such as the popular video bloggers Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, a duo better known as “Diamond and Silk.”
However, once the announcement was made that Barr would be the keynote speaker at the event, leftists began pointing her out about her alleged racism and anti-Semitism, even though she is of Jewish origin.
As for the accusations, the organization’s president said, “I know Roseanne, and if I know somebody who is not racist, it’s certainly Roseanne, she’s a phenomenal woman.
Kramer also pointed out: “You have to know Hollywood is a very left, Democratic community. They want everybody to be on the left. And if you aren’t, you’re not going to work very often,” she said in connection with Barr’s dismissal from Hollywood for a tweet she posted in 2018 that was supposedly racist.
According to BizPac Review, after ABC canceled the restart of her popular comedy, Roseanne publicly denied the accusations, indicating that her joke was not motivated by aversion to the black race, but rather was directed at Obama’s adviser Valerie Jarret as an individual human being.