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Duggar Divide! Michelle & Jim Bob Confront Derick Dillard Over Transphobic Tweets

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:50 a.m. ET

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Fans aren't the only ones up in arms over Jill Duggar's husband Derick Dillard's transphobic tweets.

A source exclusively spilled to RadarOnline.com that the disgraced family member has become so problematic that his own in-laws, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar, have scolded him!

"Everything that Derick has said has caused the family bad press," said the insider.

The entire family, especially the famous matriarch and patriarch, have become "pissed off," the insider continued.

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As Radar readers know, Dillard was booted from the family's show, Counting On, after he slammed trans star Jazz Jennings after her gender confirmation surgery.

Most recently, Dillard praised a homophobic baker who refused to make a gay wedding cake.

The insider said that Dillard's famous in-laws have tried to respect the fact that Derick is married to Jill, but they recently decided to confront him because "they don't like what he is doing."

The source continued to Radar that the Duggars are concerned about "what he says and how he says it."

Ultimately, Dillard's insensitive tweets have died down in recent weeks. Jill's husband has also changed his Twitter account to private.

What do you think of Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar stepping in to confront Dillard? Let us know in the comments.

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