"It wasn't enough to [fire me], they had to so cruelly insult the people who loved that family and that show," Barr said.
Comedian attempts to clarify comments he made during Hollywood Reporter interview and on Howard Stern's radio show.
"There are very few people that have gone through what they have, losing everything in a day. Of course, people will go, 'What about the victims?' But you know what? The victims didn't have to go through that."
ABC cancelled Barr's show, Roseanne, in May after the star went on a racist Twitter rant that included calling a longtime adviser to President Barack Obama the baby of "Muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes."
ABC isn't the only network with sitcoms about "tight-knit, working class" families.
Barr said she was going to leave Twitter after receiving criticism for her racist rant toward Valerie Jarrett on Tuesday, but it seems the comedian is still actively tweeting.
"It's time for you to strike back against these THOUGHT POLICE and really shake them up!"
Fans are suggesting Fox could pick up the series similar to how NBC did when Fox canceled "Brooklyn Nine Nine."
There was a special significance to Dungey bringing down the ax on "Roseanne."
Roseanne Barr's show was canceled by ABC Tuesday after a series of controversial tweets.
Barr, a devoted supporter of President Donald Trump and purveyor of far-right blogs, also earnestly shared a series of conspiracy theories with her Twitter followers.
"We missed all the shows about black and Asian families."
And he'd likely carry a tiki torch at a white nationalist rally.
The 65-year-old actor resumes his role as Dan Conner on the sitcom "Roseanne."
Ivanka Trump started following Roseanne Barr on Twitter.
"A lot of women have compromised, given in, raised their kids and not had the luxury of being able to think for themselves."