Michelle Wolf mocked ABC for the return of Roseanne Barr in the first place



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White House Correspondents Dinner host is not sorry for the insult of the White House women. Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway gives her take on Michelle Wolf ‘ s jokes.

Comedian Michelle Wolf spotted ABC for his headline-making case of cancellation of Roseanne Barr “Roseanne” revival, noting that the network apparently knew what it was getting into when it revived the series.

Barr’s show was shut down on Tuesday after the star made a racist comment on Twitter.

Wolf, on her Netflix show “The Pause” and scolded the network for the set of Barr back on TV in the first place.

The comedian showed off Barr 2009 photo shoot for Heeb, a Jewish culture magazine, in which she dressed up as Hitler while on that pull the tray out of the oven with burnt person-shaped cookies.

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“Everyone is saying it’s so brave of ABC to cancel their biggest hit show, but the daring step was actually this lady Hitler chef back on the air in the first place,” she said.

Wolf jokingly applauded ABC for taking the show off the air.

“So, kudos to ABC, it takes a lot of courage to fire someone after they have been openly racist for the thousandth time,” she said.

Wolf also took aim at what she called the “double standard” that she, Bill Maher and Samantha Bee gone with the make vulgar jokes and keep their jobs, while Barr loses her. They then examine in detail a sarcastic solution.

“About how we enslave all white people for a few hundred years?” she said. “And even after they are not slaves anymore, still hold in the society, and the devaluing of their existence by comparing them to animals, never apologize, never really make it right, and then after that there are no double standards and everyone is fired for everything they say.”

Wolf came under fire for her jokes, including White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders in the White House Correspondents’ dinner. Wolf hit Sanders again on her show debut last week.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

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