'You ain't nothing but a ho' - Roseanne Barr slams women of #MeToo in shocking interview

Roseanne Barr appears on the Candace Owens Show.
Roseanne Barr appears on the Candace Owens Show. Photo credit: PragerU

Disgraced television star Roseanne Barr has labeled women of the #MeToo movement "hos" in a shocking interview on The Candace Owens Show.

During her hour long conversation with Owens, Barr also alleged there were Hamas terrorists in the US Congress, and attacked her fellow female comedians for their looks.

The 66-year-old victim-shamed women who had spoken out as part of #MeToo, claiming it was their own fault for being in men's hotel rooms late at night.

"They're pretending that they didn't go to trade sexual favours for money," she said.

"Well, you ain't nothing but a ho. I know a ho when I see one."

Last year, Barr was dropped from her sitcom Roseanne following a series of racist tweets in which she said former adviser to President Obama Valerie Jarrett was part of the Muslim Brotherhood and resembled an ape.

Referring to a democratic US Senator, Barr said, "look at Kamala Harris, who I call Kama Sutra Harris. We all know what she did... she slept her way to the bottom".

Barr also claimed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford "should be in prison", and had only been protected by her "white women privilege".

The actress also agreed with Owens, who claimed the closest thing she had seen to white supremacy was radical feminism.

She then turned her attention to the appearance of her industry peers, claiming she felt they weren't attractive enough to appear on television.

"When I went to bat for Sandra [Bernhard], Kathy [Griffin] and Sara [Gilbert] to get them on TV... you know what people at the networks told me? Those girls are too ugly to go on TV," Barr said.

"And I said, 'This is so incredibly sexist. Look at me, I'm no beauty. You can't take talent, for a woman, and reduce it to their facial flaws.

"Nowadays, I'm like, you're right. They are too ugly to be on TV."

Before she was dropped from her TV show in 2018, Barr's long history of offensive comments saw her face a public boycott.