Derick Dillard should probably wear a crash helmet he does himself so much damage. The ex-Reality TV star started another charity GoFundMe after other fraudulent charity drives failed. His mean tweets to transgender teen Jazz Jennings lost he and wife Jill Duggar Dillard their slots the Duggars' show "Counting On." Now, after bullying the "I Am Jazz" star, the former "19 Kids and Counting" celebrity is crying religious persecution.

TLC deletes Derick Dillard for harassing LGBT kid

The unemployed ex-missionary of "Counting On" spends a lot of time preaching on Twitter.

One of his missions is to debunk the transgender "myths" starting with reality television celebrity Jazz Jennings. Dillard accused Jazz of disobeying God and the parents and TLC of exploiting the teen to promote a homosexual and lesbian agenda. TLC warned the "19 Kids and Counting" star to lay off. He persisted, claiming it honors God to hound sinners to repent, so TLC severed ties.

Ex "Counting On" star plays persecution card

After TLC's announcement, Dillard took to Twitter to blame others. He says faulting people doesn't mean you hate or fear them. Interestingly, Michelle Duggar, mom of sister-molester Josh Duggar, spread hateful, fear-mongering rumors that LGBT people are child molesters. The "Counting On" celebrity claims he has a right to criticize lifestyle and was just expressing conviction in a compassionate way.

TLC objected, not to Dillard living his beliefs but for shoving them on kids. The reality TV network affirmed Jazz's right to lifestyle, just as they let Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar promote their agenda on "19 Kids and Counting.

Out-of-work Derick scrambles to fundraise

As soon as Dillard was "fired" from "Counting On", he started a GoFundMe to raise money for "charity." The dad of two tried this before and was kicked off Pure Charity for scamming.

The funds were not to be used for any non-profit ministry but to pay the Duggar Family member to attend Bible school. The "19 Kids and Counting" star, who is an accountant by trade has had trouble accounting for other monies donated to Dillard Family Ministries. Derick claimed to be a missionary but was untrained and lacked church backing.

Duggars' dubious incomes

Derick has raised some funds but the sources are spurious. A few $5 donations came in but a big chunk came from an anonymous donor who "Counting On" fans believe to be his "19 Kids and Counting" in-laws. Many wonder why the Celebrities are fundraising when Jill, Jinger Duggar Vuolo, and Jana Duggar are worth one-half to two million each. Jill, Jinger, Jessa Duggar Seewald and Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth were faulted for suing police for a settlement in Josh's abuse case.