If you think Jill Duggar’s husband, Derick Dillard, learned his lesson about targeting Trans Rights online, then you would be wrong. You see, Dillard was kicked off the TLC Duggar Reality Television Show "Counting On" a few weeks ago after he made some transphobic remarks towards Jazz Jennings. His remarks were so offensive that it caused TLC to kick him off the series as they didn’t want his views to be associated with their network. Well, now Dillard has launched another online attack towards trans rights, and you can continue to read below to find out more information on this story.

What did Derick Dillard say this time?

What Jill Duggar's husband did this time may be worse than what he previously did. He has criticized the topic of gender identity in children. The Duggar family member decided to share a video, on Dillard's Facebook page, of transgender singer Laura Jane Grace talking about gender identity in kids. He then wrote about how he perceived the video saying,A friend shared this and called it out for what it is, Child Abuse.” He then continued his tirade by saying, “How unfortunate what children are subjected to in the name of progressive understanding.”

Once some fans saw what Dillard posted online, they were furious with him. For example, some Duggar fans brought up the fact that if you don’t love your child and accept them for who they are then that is child abuse.

While a few other Duggar commenters said that they had enough of Dillard’s constant transphobic remarks, so they unfollowed his page.

What other controversies has Derick Dillard gotten himself into?

Dillard is a big reason why the Duggar family is frequently in the news for the wrong reasons. For example, earlier this year Dillard was accused of trying to scam Hurricane Harvey victims out of money online.

Dillard had started a fundraising page for himself around the same time Hurricane Harvey hit Houston. This meant some people thought that Dillard was trying to take money away from the victims, so the website hosting the fundraising page decided to delete it. They too saw it as being quite selfish. Nevertheless, you can catch up with the Duggar family on their TLC reality television show “Counting On,” or you can follow them on their social media accounts. I should also mention that Dillard isn’t the only Duggar family member that won’t be appearing on the show anymore. Josh was also fired from the show, for his relationship scandals.