Talk about your priority issues. After the Derick Dillard charity fundraiser was pulled, the "Counting On" star is shopping for a Harley-Davidson. His wife Jill Duggar Dillard, of"19 Kids and Counting" just had a baby. The couple dropped or were made to stop their missionary work. The unemployed Derick tried to raise $6.5K for Bible school but the site he fundraised on didn't agree that it was a charity.

Derick Dillard's dubious mission work

As Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo work to help Hurricane Harvey and Irma victims, their "Counting On" co-star began a fundraiser on Pure Charity to pay for a Bible class.

The Dillards have styled themselves as missionaries and collected money under Dillard Family Ministries. The reality TV stars said they were quitting the mission field but it may not have been voluntary. They reportedly lack training, credentials and church sponsorship.

Derick Dillard 'charity' violates TOS

The former "19 Kids and Counting" star decided, after two years of playing missionary to become one. The reality television celeb asked for tuition donations making it sound like folks were contributing to a mission. The Duggar Family member promised he would do extensive humanitarian outreach work in Arkansas. It would involve sports but be undefined. The fundraiser was to pay his Cross Church School of Ministry to teach him how and to pay for travel.

Jill Duggar's husband scams money

A Facebook user pointed out that the "19 Kids and Counting" family lives in Ark so this was just a ruse to get gas money and school fees.

Pure Charity agreed that this was not a legit non-profit and took Derick's fundraiser down. Now the "Counting On" celebrity wants a Harley to do mission work. That seems to be spreading an anti-LGBT agenda. As Ben and Jessa Seewald offer prayers on Twitter for Puerto Rico and Mexico, their brother-in-law continues to bash a transgender tween.

Derick Dillard confuses charity with GoFundMe

The Duggar son-in-law struggles with transparency and accountability on Dillard Family Ministries and Pure Charity. The charity donation site seeks fundraisers that help others, not those that pay people to do volunteer work. Other CCSM "missionaries" are having trouble raising money on the site because they try to sell it as a stand-alone charity. If the "Counting On" star wanted to raise money for himself, he should have used GoFundMe.

Why does Derick Dillard need money?

The Duggar family sees themselves as televangelists on their reality show. Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar claim to do it for the glory of God. But Reality TV pays well--like $45,000ish per episode.

Jill's almost a millionaire. Jana Duggar is worth nearly half a million. If the victims of Josh Duggar-- Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna Duggar-- win their lawsuit, they should be even better off. So no one felt inclined to give Derick $6,500.