Well, well, well, what do we have here? Jinger Duggar's husband Jeremy Vuolo shared a shady tweet about people who argue on Twitter on May 23, and it could easily apply to his brother-in-law Derick Dillard. So, was he taking a dig at Jill Duggar's husband specifically, or just thought the meme was funny? Watch the video above to see for yourself!
While Jeremy seems to only use his Twitter for connecting with friends, promoting his conferences and blogs, and sharing silly memes, Derick's is full of controversy. Let's be honest: the guys loves starting s–t. Just one day earlier, Derick once again attacked a transgender star of TLC's show Lost in Transition, after losing his job earlier this year from going after I Am Jazz star Jazz Jennings. He has also attacked TLC itself repeatedly, and is more than happy to go engage in snarky exchanges with fans online.
Perhaps Jeremy didn't like that Derick was once again trying to bite the hand that feeds them, or just finds Twitter drama annoying in general, but the timing seemed suspicious. Jeremy isn't the first family member to potentially express frustation with Derick's rants, either. After Derick lost his spot on Counting On, Jessa Duggar's husband Ben Seewald went so far as to unfollow him on social media, and so did the Bates family.
Meanwhile, Jill refuses to stop supporting her husband's obnoxious actions. She keeps sharing posts that preach about acceptance while ignoring that her husband has been teaching their kids about building Trump's wall. On May 22 she Instagrammed a post that said, "Silence in the face of evil itself is evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act." and yet, she doesn't take any action against Derick's hate.
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