Roseanne Barr has released a new video discussing the racist tweet she wrote about Valerie Jarrett that got her fired from ABC, claiming she thought the former Obama adviser was white.

"I thought the bitch was white!" the comedian screams in the video released Thursday on her YouTube channel.

"Goddammit!" Barr, 65, continues between puffs from a cigarette, before repeating, "I thought the bitch was white! F---!"


ABC abruptly canceled Barr's top-rated sitcom, "Roseanne," in May, after its star tweeted that Jarrett was the child of the Islamist organization Muslim Brotherhood and the movie "Planet of the Apes."

In the reboot of the 1990s series, Barr's character was a fan of President TrumpDonald TrumpJan. 6 panel faces double-edged sword with Alex Jones, Roger Stone Trump goes after Woodward, Costa over China Republicans seem set to win the midterms — unless they defeat themselves MORE. Like her character, Barr has also expressed support for the commander in chief.

Last month, ABC announced it would in the fall debut a "Roseanne" spinoff tentatively titled "The Conners" — minus Barr.  

Following her tweet, Barr apologized to Jarrett and the public.

The YouTube video is the first time Barr has appeared on-camera to address the controversy. Barr first insisted she didn't know that Jarrett was black in a podcast last month with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, lamenting that she had become a "hate magnet."

Earlier this month, the performer said she planned to give a TV interview to discuss the tweet. But a televised sit-down never happened, with Barr writing to her more than 850,000 Twitter followers that she wouldn't appear on TV because it was "too stressful" and "untrustworthy" for her and her fans.