Roseanne Barr Smacks Down ‘Comedian’ Michelle Wolf in Epic Tweetstorm

A lot of people found Daily Show contributor Michelle Wolf’s attacks at Sarah Huckabee Sanders during the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner Saturday night to be vile and despicable. Actress Roseanne Barr also expressed his opinion about Wolf’s performance. In an epic tweetstorm, Barr gave comedienne Michelle Wolf, brutal lesson and taught her who the three rules of comedy are.

Barr argued that the dinner’s organizers were using “women to attack and bully women.” She then offered Wolf three rules for comedic performances.

“First rule of comedy: NEVER target someone more famous than U who is in the audience,” Barr wrote. “U will lose the entire crowd.”

“Second rule of comedy: comedy comes from LOVE, not from HATE! If u feel hate, you won’t get laughs,” she added.

“Comedy comes from love, not hate.“ Everything good in life stems from love. Roseanne Barr is exactly right. Have you seen Jim Carey lately? People used to love that guy, now they see a bitter, hateful, nasty man. Hate has taken away Carey’s humor.

Barr added: “Third rule of comedy: the comic has to be the ‘asshole’ not the audience.’”

Barr ended saying: “note: these rules of comedy r my own-learned from bombing 10k times.”

Roseanne Barr is right. Showing respect to our leaders is important. We did it for Obama and he didn’t deserve it.

Also, I remember “comedy” when comedy was funny!!! The greats like Bob Hope, Red Skelton, George Burns are gone with the wind. They use to have Roasts of their peers and it was always in good taste and FUNNY!!!! What we have now is sad…no respect, vulgar language, cruelty etc….and nothing funny about it!!!!

This is why we don’t need any White House Correspondent’s Dinner. Bad enough we have to deal with the media trashing us every day. Someone thinks we should celebrate this?

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Natalie D.

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