Jill Duggar is finally speaking out! In the wake of her husband Derick Dillard's controversial anti-gay tweets, Jill posted a statement on her Instagram account on Monday.

"To disagree doesn't [equal to] hate, or judgment. Love doesn't always [equate to] approval," Jill Duggar stated.

While Jill did not exactly mention her husband, her timely post is assumed to refer to the backlash Derick is currently getting from the LGBT community. Last week, Derick blasted TLC again over its stars Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, calling them a "travesty of family." The same-sex couple's reality show, "Nate & Jeremiah by Design," follows their lives as interior designers and parents to their two children.

Jill Duggar stands by her husband

Jill expounded her statement by giving a parenting example. According to the 26-year-old mom-of-two, just because she doesn't always agree with her children doesn't mean she hates them.

"You can be friends with, love and care for people you don't agree with 100%," Jill added.

Interestingly, other Duggar Family members, including Derick Dillard, have liked Jill's latest IG post. However, many "Counting On" viewers pointed out that her statement cannot be applied to Derick's situation. They pointed out that the Duggar son-in-law has continuously slammed the LGBT community with his hurtful language.

"If this is in defense of Derick, I think it's an apples and oranges comparison," replied one fan.

"Derick isn't just saying he disagrees. He has said that other people's lifestyles are 'a travesty.' That's not disagreement."

"You don't have to agree, but you also don't have to say hurtful things," wrote another.

Derick Dillard claims he is being 'bullied' for his beliefs

Derick's rants on Twitter have been noticed by "The View" hosts, who lengthily talked about the former reality star in their morning show last week.

The all-female panel slammed Derick for his lack of openness and said that families come in all shapes and sizes.

But Derick Dillard is clearly not backing down. After watching the segment, the Christian minister responded on Twitter and unapologetically defended his stance. According to him, "conviction does not equal lack of open-mindedness." He also claimed that many Americans share his beliefs, but are just scared of being bullied.

Last year, Derick and Jill cut their ties with TLC and stopped appearing on "Counting On," the Duggar family's long-running reality show. This was after Derick first dissed "I Am Jazz," a reality show featuring transgender teen Jazz Jennings.