Roseanne Barr dubs Trump ‘MAGA-dor in Chief’ at Florida rally

Actress and comedian Roseanne Barr fired up the Florida crowd at a rally for former President Donald Trump, delivering a new slogan calling him the “MAGA-dor in Chief.”

The outspoken 71-year-old was one of the more fiery opening acts in the lead-up to Trump taking the stage at Ted Hendricks Stadium in Hialeah, Florida, on Wednesday, coinciding with the Republican Party’s third presidential primary debate.

Telling the MAGA crowd that it was her first Trump rally, Barr thought it was “so cool” as she screamed into the microphone and got the crown to chant, “U.S.A.!”

She went on to tell the crowd how she could “hardly control” herself after meeting the former president and getting her picture taken with him at Mar-a-Lago.

She thanked the Trump supporters for saving her life over the last four years as she dealt with her own multiple controversies, saying “You built me back up when they tried to take me back down.”

She joked about her own run for president back in 2012 against Barack Obama, telling the crowd, “This is his third term we’re living through, you know that right?” while reminding that, as part of her campaign, she vowed to “outlaw bullsh-t.”

Barr then displayed a jacket a friend had made which showed an animated version of a bull with Trump as a matador, and the words “MAGADOR-IN-CHIEF” across the top.

“Trump is the Magador,” she declared. “And that’s the deep state bull!”

“That kinda went along with my thing for president. I want to outlaw bullsh-t. But I want to say right now, aren’t we all tired of the deep state bullsh-t?’ she asked the cheering crowd.

The Trump supporters chanted back, “deep state bullsh-t” as Barr laughed along.

“End the bullsh-t! We want Trump the Magador to kill that godd— bull!” she shouted.

She thanked the crowd and began her exit off the platform when a staffer redirected her back to the podium where she admitted, “I forgot my assignment.”

“Got too excited,” she added as she announced the next speaker for the event.

Trump echoed Barr’s words later when he took the stage.

“I will totally obliterate the deep state,” he vowed. “We will start by exposing every last crime committed by crooked Joe Biden because now that he indicted me we’re allowed to look at him.”

Barr’s heartfelt praise of the former president and her gratitude to supporters was appreciated by many on social media where her call to end the bull drew plenty of compliments. Of course, it was no surprise that stalwart anti-Trumpers had something to say as well.

“Brain worms. Someday we will look back and be amazed at how many people fell for someone who had a mental illness, and how that illness spread by contact,” former Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) tweeted.


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