This week, Counting On star Jeremy Vuolo shared a tweet about people who argue on Twitter, and people think he might have been throwing shade at his brother-in-law, Derick Dillard. Did Vuolo just think the meme was funny? Or, was he specifically taking aim at Jill Duggar’s husband?
The 30-year-old retweeted a video of two animals making random, annoying noises with the caption, “How your intense Twitter argument sounds to everyone else.”
He then added his own comments by writing, “EXACTLY. P.S. Why doesn’t Twitter let me underline, italicize, or embolden?”
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According to In Touch Weekly, Vuolo seemingly only uses his Twitter account for promoting his conferences and blogs, connecting with friends, and the occasional sharing of silly memes. At the same time, Dillard’s Twitter account is filled with controversy.
The former reality star loves to start arguments, and just the day before Vuolo’s post, Dillard went after the new TLC show Lost In Transition – a reality show that follows four women whose husbands have recently announced they are transgender and beginning to transition.
Apparently, losing his job after attacking transgender teen Jazz Jennings didn’t stop Dillard from posting hateful comments on his social media. He also goes after his former network and is always thrilled to exchange snarky comments with fans.
Vuolo could just be annoyed by Twitter drama in general, but the timing of his tweet seemed a bit suspicious. He isn’t the only member of the family to seemingly express frustration with Dillard’s social media activity. After TLC fired him from Counting On, Jessa Duggar’s husband Ben Seewald unfollowed all of Dillard’s accounts.
But, Dillard’s wife, Jill, continues to support her husband’s obnoxious behavior by sharing posts that preach acceptance. At the same time, he is letting the world know that he is teaching his young sons about building Trump’s wall.
She recently posted about the Santa Fe high school shooting, “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.”
But, Duggar does nothing when it comes to Dillard’s hate speech.
As for Jeremy Vuolo, he and his wife Jinger are expecting their first child in July, but some fans are concerned that he won’t have time for his new daughter. Jinger recently posted about her husband having to work Saturdays, and fans expressed their concerns about him working too much and not honoring the Sabbath.
New episodes of Counting On will return to TLC later this summer.