What did Derick Dillard do this time? The former Counting On star — who was fired for his transphobic comments on fellow TLC star Jazz Jennings — recently went after his haters on Twitter. When one troll claimed he has “no problem with child molesters,” Jill Duggar‘s “Best Hubby Ever” felt the need to clap back.

It all started when Derick posted a quote from the Bible. “‘Unequal weights and unequal measures are both alike an abomination to the Lord.’ (Proverbs 21:10),” he wrote on Dec. 20. In response, one commenter wrote, “So in other words, he hates people who bully teens online and call gay families a ‘travesty’ yet have no problem with child molesters.” When another wrote, “Derick what’s your response to RJ’s comment?” he simply replied, “Not true.”

Derick Dillard Responds To Haters

ICYMI, the father-of-two took aim at Nate & Jeremiah by Design stars Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent earlier this year, calling their family a “travesty.”

“What a travesty of family,” he wrote on a promo for the home improvement show back in April. “It’s sad how blatant the liberal agenda is, such that it both highlights and celebrates a lifestyle so degrading to children on public television as if it should be normal.”

ICY(also)MI, Derick’s brother-in-law, Josh Duggar, confessed to sexually molesting several female minors, including his sisters and a babysitter. Recently, Jill Duggar — one of Josh’s victims — opened up about her traumatic experience.

“But it’s OK to be a homophobic, cheating, child molester, who is literally making money from having their family on a reality show,” one hater wrote on Jill’s Instagram in May, to which she responded, “I have never said those actions were OK.”

Although the famous family doesn’t often talk about the scandal that rocked their family, sometimes they just reach their breaking point. And TBH, we can’t say we blame them.

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