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Poor Derick Dillard is failing at pretty much every line of work these days. The missionary position petered out as did a career on reality TV [VIDEO]. His charity fundraiser flopped as did his GoFundMe. The ex "Counting On" star and husband of Jill Duggar couldn't raise the $10,000 he claims to need for Bible school tuition. Some suspect contributions provoked questions about the Duggars of "19 Kids and Counting."

Derick Dillard: Zealot or martyr?

He would say the latter. Derick and possibly Jill Dillard were dropped from the Duggar Family Reality TV show "Counting On" after Dillard repeatedly harassed a transgender teen.

TLC stood with its young star Jazz Jennings of "I Am Jazz" against Jim Bob Duggar's son-in-law. Derick played the religious persecution card, saying he wasn't bashing LGBT but simply expressing his opinion. With echoes of Westboro Baptist Church, the ex "19 Kids and Counting [VIDEO]" star said God hates homosexuality and blamed Jazz's parents and TLC for promulgating the "mockery."

Josh Duggar and Derick Dillard cash-strapped

People found it crazy-ironic that Derick should blast gays when his brother-in-law Josh Duggar was found guilty of so many abominations: lying, cheating adult magazines, adultery, pedophilia, and molestation of sisters. Josh and his mother Michelle Duggar are both anti-LGBT advocates. Duggar [VIDEO]got his family's reality television show "19 Kids and Counting" canceled and found himself unemployed (something he lobbied to enforce on LGBT workers).

Now that Derick lost his "Counting On" part, he can't provide for his family either.

Dillard violates Bible principles

Instead of putting his hand to the plow as the Bible enjoins, the ex-reality television star started what he called a charity non-profit to raise missionary funds which in fact, it was a for-profit to pay his college tuition. Bear in mind that the Duggar family are militant right-wingers opposed to the government paying off students loans. Yet they have no problem cadging money under false pretenses. When Pure Charity busted the "19 Kids and Counting" celebrity on scamming, he started a GoFundMe. Some odd donations are making that one look just as scammy.

Did God smite Derick's GoFundMe?

Derick and Jill Dillard were "Counting On" God to bless the GoFundMe. But so far, the Almighty isn't paying out. The ex-reality TV Celebrities inflated the goal to $10K from $6K on Pure Charity. Either Bible school tuition hiked 40 percent in a few months, or Derick just wanted more money.

The fundraiser ended $4,000 short with two anonymous $2,100 donations comprising most of the take. Perhaps Jana Duggar, Ben and Jessa Seewald, Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo or some other more flush family member donated to make Derick's GoFundMe look legit? If so, few are buying it.

Derick slaves away despite funds shortage

Several are joke donations, and most are anonymous. It seems few people want to be seen supporting a man who will not work. It's not clear how much the Duggar family members will actually get. Despite this, Jill Dillard boasted on Instagram and Twitter that Derick has almost finished six credits. Folks thought it a bit exaggerated how she bragged up his intense schedule and which would earn 27 credit hours this year. That's about 13 per semester or barely full time.