Michelle Wolf slammed ABC in a new episode of her Netflix show for hiring Roseanne Barr despite her history of being "openly racist." 

“Everyone’s been saying it’s so brave of ABC to cancel their hit show, but the bold move was actually putting this lady Hitler chef back on the air in the first place,” Wolf said on her Netflix show “The Break.”

The "lady Hitler chef" comment was made in reference to a photo of Barr dressed as Hitler and baking cookies. 

“So kudos to ABC, it takes a lot of courage to fire someone after they’ve been openly racist for the thousandth time,” Wolf continued.

Wolf — who sparked controversy with her humor at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner earlier this year — said Barr’s tweet calling former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett a cross between the Muslim Brotherhood and "Planet of the Apes” was clearly not a joke.

“It’s not a joke, it’s barely a tweet,” the comedian said in the pre-released clip of her show. “Her excuse for tweeting it was bad. You got to get better at one of those, Roseanne!”

Wolf also addressed Donald Trump Jr.Don John Trump'Tiger King' star Joe Exotic requests pardon from Trump: 'Be my hero please' Zaid Jilani discusses Trump's move to cancel racial sensitivity training at federal agencies Trump International Hotel in Vancouver closes permanently MORE’s claims that the cancellation of Barr’s hit sitcom, “Roseanne,” revealed a double standard. 


“You’re right. It is a double standard,” Wolf said. “So let’s even the playing field. How about we enslave all white people for a couple hundred years and even after they’re not slaves anymore, still hold them down in society, devalue their existence by comparing them to animals, never apologize, never really make it right, and then after that there will be no more double standards and everyone will get fired for everything they say." 

The move to cancel Barr’s rebooted sitcom — which premiered with record-high ratings in March — came just hours after the actress sparked a firestorm on Tuesday morning with what she later called a “bad joke” about Jarrett.

“Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj,” the 65-year-old comedian and outspoken Trump supporter tweeted, using Jarrett’s initials. Barr's message was in response to a tweet accusing Jarrett of covering up misdeeds for the Obama administration.

The entertainer later apologized, adding that she was “leaving Twitter” following the harsh criticism she received for the remark.

But ABC quickly moved to cancel the show.

“Roseanne's Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show," ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey announced on Tuesday afternoon.

Barr was also dropped by her talent agency, ICM Partners, shortly after ABC canceled her show.