Roseanne Barr Breaks Internet, Trolls Biden with ‘Rape’ Accusation

Roseanne Barr Breaks Internet, Trolls Biden with ‘Rape’ Accusation  Joe Biden
E. Jean Carroll
Donald Trump

Comedian Roseanne Barr sent X into a meltdown after she mocked Joe Biden by levying a fictitious accusation similar to those made by E. Jean Carroll against Donald Trump.

In a video, Barr dramatically claimed that Biden assaulted her decades ago in a department store.

Barr, who acts distressed in the video, recounts her “experience” in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room – a parody of Carroll’s allegations against Trump.

Barr also used the hashtag #believeallwomen and references to o “#meshoe” and “#bergdorfdressingroom” to mock the indiscriminate nature of social media activism.

“No, I’m not okay because I just had a horrible flashback, a horrible memory,” Barr says with comedic timing.

“Right now, I realize that 26 years ago, Joe Biden raped me right here in that dressing room in the shoe department where I went in to change my shoes.”

“Oh my God. He raped me right here,” Barr continued.


E. Jean Carroll filed a lawsuit following her 2019 allegations that Trump had raped her in a department store dressing room in the mid-1990s.

The claim has never been proven, and Trump persistently denied the accusation.

Earlier this year, the former president was ordered to pay Carroll $83.3 million in the defamation lawsuit.

“Mr. Trump’s current situation is a result of his dilatory actions,” Kaplan wrote.

“He has had since January 26 to organize his finances with the knowledge that he might need to bond this judgment, yet he waited until 25 days after the jury verdict.”

Kaplan added:

Trump has not “made any showing of what expenses he might incur if required to post a bond or other security, on what terms (if any) he could obtain a conventional bond, or post cash or other assets to secure payment of the judgment, or any other circumstances relevant to the situation.”